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And the award for Best Director goes to… Josephine Anderson!

My sister Josephine is an up-and-coming filmmaker and, as with all four of my siblings, I’m extremely proud of her. Back in mid-December, Josephine got an invitation from Nokia to participate in their Nokia N8: Direct and Project 1 minute film competition after Nokia saw her website: JosephineAnderson.ca, which I helped her build and maintain (yes, I’m bragging).

So, on January 19th, my sister headed downtown to the Vancouver Art Gallery where all the film entries were to be screened. The room was filled to capacity, over two dozen short films were shown, and people were amazed over and over by what can be accomplished when working with only 60 seconds.

Then, the host announced the winner: Josephine Anderson.

Check out her creative video below. Then, if you’re interested to see some of her other projects, head over to her website and take a look!

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Now, if you enjoyed watching any of her films, how about sharing the love by sharing this here link with a few of your friends?

If you’re curious about the Nokia film competition itself, check out this informative article.

About the Good Life

My sister, Josephine, is a filmmaker starting off in the big world of moving pictures. She’s made a few really neat vids so far, and I’m sure she’ll be cranking out some more amazing stuff in the coming months and years. This is her latest little project:

About The Good Life – Internet Version from Josephine Anderson on Vimeo.

A tiny stop motion film made in the spur of the moment one Saturday morning in August 2010. Photographed by myself and Gala Milne, and edited by me. Music by Of Montreal. Enjoy!