Josephine Anderson is an award-winning documentary filmmaker + digital storyteller
Josephine Anderson is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and digital storyteller based in Vancouver, BC. Josephine creates long and short form documentaries, with a special interest in interactive storytelling. Sometimes she dabbles in writing and photography. She is committed to telling stories that make a positive difference by engaging people in fresh and meaningful discussion.
Josephine is also known as one half of Moosestash Films (Co-Founder/Owner). Their recent feature interactive documentary, The Sticking Place, was recognized as an official Webby Award Honouree, won two Pixel Awards, and was nominated for a Digi Award.
In 2013, Josephine was awarded the One to Watch alumni award from Capilano University, honouring alumni who have distinguished themselves early in their careers. She holds a B.A. in English Literature from UBC and graduated from Capilano University’s Documentary Film Production program. She is also an alumna of Berlinale Talent Campus 2011 and of DOXA Connexions 2010.