Ausrian filmmaker Constanze Ruhm, whose film The Notes of Anna Azzori / A Mirror that Travels through Time debuted at last month in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section last month. Photo: Vitoria MonteiroAusrian filmmaker Constanze Ruhm, whose film The Notes of Anna Azzori / A Mirror that Travels through Time debuted at last month in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section last month. Photo: Vitoria Monteiro
Ausrian filmmaker Constanze Ruhm, whose film The Notes of Anna Azzori / A Mirror that Travels through Time debuted at last month in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section last month. Photo: Vitoria Monteiro
Clarence Tsui
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The Projector by Clarence Tsui

A filmmaker remakes a classic documentary about a homeless woman – without the male bias

  • Constanze Ruhm’s version of ‘Anna’ gives a voice to the protagonist of the original film
  • In doing so, she highlights the way that women have long been exploited by the film industry

Ausrian filmmaker Constanze Ruhm, whose film The Notes of Anna Azzori / A Mirror that Travels through Time debuted at last month in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section last month. Photo: Vitoria MonteiroAusrian filmmaker Constanze Ruhm, whose film The Notes of Anna Azzori / A Mirror that Travels through Time debuted at last month in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section last month. Photo: Vitoria Monteiro
Ausrian filmmaker Constanze Ruhm, whose film The Notes of Anna Azzori / A Mirror that Travels through Time debuted at last month in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section last month. Photo: Vitoria Monteiro
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