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Annie Marr

Documentary Filmmaker
San Francisco, California United States


Annie Marr is a San Francisco-based documentary filmmaker whose produced and directed works have screened at the Tribeca Film Festival, SXSW, Camden International Film Festival, Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, the United Nations, and on the New York Times Op-Docs Channel. Recently, Annie produced and co-edited “not even for a moment do things stand still,” which won special jury recognition at SXSW 2022 and was acquired by the New York Times. She directed "death and her compass," about a death doula in rural Maine, which screened at the 2021 Camden International Film Festival and is featured as a Vimeo Staff Pick, and "Small Family, Happy Family," about female sterilization and population control in India, which screened at the United Nations and is currently distributed by Documentary Educational Resources. She has also worked as a story producer and associate producer on projects for Netflix and Amazon. She holds an MFA from Stanford University in Documentary Film, and a BA from Dartmouth College in Film/Media Studies and Philosophy.