Anne discovered the film camera late on and started to make films. In a way, her films form part of an ongoing experimental process, of invented techniques, learned and shared transparently. They reflect her humorous thinking and curiosity and, in particular, her interest in concepts such as time and timelessness.
The formal aspects of her works not only present links with the English avant-garde movement of the London Film-Makers’ Co-op (of which she was director between 1981 and 1984), they also explore the way a woman relates to her surroundings and represents her memories. Her films, made with friends and family, are highly personal; in them, cinematographic time acquires a highly personal dimension, like a diary or a memory.
Welcome/Adieu, 1983, 3 min; Grandfather’s Footsteps, 1983, 33 min; Muybridge Film, 1975, 5 min; Sentimental Journey, 1977, 30 min. 16mm screening.