Friday 8th March 2013 at 1.00pm
in Scott Sutherland building Lecture Theatre SB42
Anne Milne is an award-winning Scottish filmmaker. She is an explorer of both people and places. In 2010 she completed an MFA in Film Directing at the Edinburgh College of Art.
That same year she was a Trailblazer at the Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2010, which highlights the top 12 promising talents in the UK. Her film María’s Way was nominated for the European Film Award 2010, and won several awards (BAFTA New Talent) while playing at numerous international film festivals, including IDFA 2010 where it was included in The Best of IDFA Tour 2010. She was awarded a Worldview travel grant in 2011 and spend one month in Nepal where she filmed Himalayan Sisters which won an editing award at the 2011 Underwire Festival. Since then she has been working on a number of commissioned films. Into Deep Space, a short film about the search for exo‐planets was recently shown at the Imagine Science Film Festival in New York. Her most recent, Dark Skies, was screened at the 1st International Cultural Summit, held at the Scottish Parliament in August 2012.