Nancy Andrews

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Nancy Andrews works in hybrid filmic forms combining storytelling, documentary, animation, sound and puppetry. She has created ten films in the last 18 years, each about 30 minutes in length. Her most recent film, The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes is her first feature length production.
The Museum of Modern Art has collected six of her films; and her work is in the collections of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Bibliotheque Nationale-Paris and Franklin Furnace Archives. The Museum of Modern Art, Pacific Film Archive, Anthology Film Archives, Jerusalem Film Festival, Flaherty Seminars, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Nova Cinema Bioscoop, Brussels, Belgium, Taiwan International Animation Festival, Film on the Rocks- Thailand, and others have presented her work. Andrews is a John Simon Guggenheim Foundation Fellow in filmmaking (2008) and has been the recipient of grants and fellowships from the: LEF New England Moving Image Fund, Illinois State Arts Council, The Franklin Furnace Fund for Performance Art (supported by the Jerome Foundation and New York State Council on the Arts), and National Endowment for the Arts.She studied at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received a Master of Fine Arts in 1995, and her undergraduate studies were at the Maryland Institute.

Woods Marm from Nancy Andrews on Vimeo.