Amy Rose makes films and other things.
Working mainly in documentary, she has directed shorts that have screened all over the world and worked with all kinds of people from African musicians and elderly ladies, to world famous pianists and small boys. She has also directed and produced music videos and documentary theatre.
Her first film was called “Kirran and the Hatchmaker”. It was nominated for a BAFTA Scotland New Talent award and selected to screen in the “Trailblazers” strand at Edinburgh Film Festival ’09. Her second was “Twinset”, which premiered at Visions Du Reel 2011 and has now screened at 24 international film festivals.
She went on to direct a 5 part series for the NSPCC and work intermittently in television on projects for Al Jazeera, ARTE and Channel 4. For most of 2012, she was Assistant Director and Director of Photography on PROJECT WILD THING for Britdoc / Channel 4 – to be released in summer 2013
In 2013, she moved from film to work more broadly across the disciplines of interactive art and theatre, directing a piece of multi-media documentary theatre and forming the partnership ANAGRAM with May Abdalla. They were in residence at interactive arts company Blast Theory, in May 2013.
Now, Anagram are residents at the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol and this is Amy’s main focus of work. See the ANAGRAM website for details about critically acclaimed Door Into The Dark and other interactive works.
Outside of work, she runs wild camps for children in the forest and wild interactive games for adults at festivals.
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