Hand drawn, bleached and scratched 16mm animations mixed with found footage.
A CHEMICAL IMBALANCE
2013, Documentary, 13.35 min
(Co-Directed with Siri Rødnes)
Animation, effects and music by Marie.
A short documentary film about science and gender inequality, that asks why Edinburgh has such a long history of successful female chemists and why women are still under- represented in all science fields.
It was funded by the Royal Society Rosalind Franklin Prize awarded to Professor Polly Arnold, Crum Brown Chair of Chemistry and Director of Research in chemistry at the University of Edinburgh.
The film aims to highlight some of the persistent challenges faced by women, and hopes to contribute to the wider debate about how science can progress towards equality.
(Co-directed, co-written, co-produced with Maja Borg)
For centuries the Romanian Romas have been discriminated against, as has been the unfortunate case for Romas all over the world. However, there is one area where the Romanian Romas have for a long time also been celebrated; for carrying on and preserving the amazingly rich folk music tradition of Romania. In Gilengo Lon this music is the focal point, transcending political tensions and cultural differences.