FLO ANKAH is a French actress/director based in New York. Her choreography background led her to the camera; she now focuses on creating experimental documentary works about environment and people (Film Awards). She also directs commercial voice-overs for New York production companies and ad agencies. French and American Citizen.
This is her essay about Women Directors in Hollywood published on the Clyde Fitch Report: When Will Women Lead Storytelling in Hollywood?
Known for presenting her work at Joe’s Pub and 54 Below, Flo Ankah appears in indie films opposite Jonathan Pryce, Helen Hunt and Jason Schwartzman. Her global accent led her to being the voice of luxury brand commercials and film ADR for prominent directors. Starring in ‘Loving the Silent Tears’ at Los Angeles’ Shrine Auditorium, she performs as a songstress with her jazz band ‘Floanne & The Third Set’.
Ankah didn’t go to film school, and started this site so she can be articulate about what she appreciates. It’s fun.
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Still unable to decide what he wants to be when he grows up, Jon Hill is a quant with a Ph. D. in mathematical genetics, and is an authority on something called model risk management. By night Jon haunts jazz clubs, art museums, theater, cinema—he became an ardent film buff since he saw Federico Fellini’s “8 ½”. Jon lives in New Jersey with two cats and two sports cars.
Sherry Bokser is a NYC-based playwright. Her plays include R/Evolution (Characters Ink), With the Best of Intentions (360 Repco), Sally and Sibyl (The Players), and collaborative work includes The Pulse Project (Steppenwolf Theatre/Judson Church); All Hail (360 Repco); and Marvelous Country (Great Plains Theatre Conference/WPIC Mumbai). Sherry is a member of the Dramatists Guild and the ICWP.