Flo Ankah makes experimental and dance films.
Go to www.thelittlemovie.com to read her articles on experimental works.
Her new film Boudoir Chit-Chat is currently being submitted at festivals.
Directed by Flo Ankah, 2009
Golden Reel Award for Best Short Dance Film (Tiburon International Film Festival, California)
Waterfront Access? is an experimental film that connects a group of people from the City to the Brooklyn shore. As the dance evolves through various landscapes, life and colors arise, unveiling a message at each location: Just – One – Person – Can – Create – Peace – And – Change – The – World. There are very few areas left in New York City where the general public has access to the waterfront; we would like this to change. This project is a collaboration between choreographer Floanne Ankah and set installation by Joe Zolkowski, with an original score by Russ Spiegel – Film Official Website
Directed by Flo Ankah, 2008
Best Experimental Film (Big Apple Film Festival, Tribeca Cinemas, New York City)
ONE WAY is an experimental film about a “performance happening” in SoHo on June 22, 2008. Choreographer Floanne Ankah conceived an event with Joe Zolkowski, whose set design utilized a multitude of street signs and the “peace” symbol. Eight performers revolve in a clockwise motion and improvise on the corners of Prince and Crosby Streets, accompanied by spontaneous live music on guitar and drums. This ten minutes film is a colorful and artistic documentary of the event and highlights the human quality of the performance, with a “green” speech for environment by Piotr Mirowski – Film Official Website.