Amanda Strong

Director

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'Four Faces of the Moon'

Biidaaban (The Dawn Comes)

Indigo

Mia'

Amanda Strong

Each film is a collaborative process with a multi-layered approach to aspects animation and the sonic spectrum. She studied photography and illustration at Sheridan Institute and extended those mediums into creations in media arts.

Amanda Strong is an Indigenous filmmaker, media artist and stop motion director currently based out of the unceded Coast Salish territory also known as Vancouver. A labour of love, Amanda’s productions collaborate with a diverse and talented group of artists putting emphasis on support and training women and Indigenous artists. Her films Indigo and Mia’ challenge conventional structures of storytelling in cinema and have screened internationally, most notably at Cannes, TIFF, VIFF, and Ottawa International Animation Festival.

In 2017, Amanda was awarded $50,000 for post production services by Technicolor, from famed Canadian filmmaker Alanis Obomsawin.

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