Rowena Potts

filmmaker-anthropologist-mother

Sydney, AU

About

Rowena Potts is a filmmaker with a PhD in Cultural Anthropology from New York University and a graduate diploma in documentary from the Australian Film Television and Radio School. Her short films have explored a wide range of subjects, from the entanglements of people and animals in contemporary urban landscapes to the ethics and complexity of our unfolding relationship to off-Earth environments. These have screened in international festivals and museums in the United States, Australia, India and Europe. She is a co-founder (with Ceridwen Dovey) of The Archival Futures Collective, a creative collaboration dedicated to making archival experimental films about human relationships with nature and landscapes on Earth and in outer space.

Films

Moonrise

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