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- Country: Canada
- Province/State: Ontario
- City: Toronto
- Field of Work: Fiction/Scripted and Documentary
- Union: Non-Union
- Interested In: TV Writing Room, Directing TV For Hire, Directing Film/Digital for Hire, Directing Music Videos/Commercials, Developing my own Film/TV/Digital Material, and For-Hire Work
- Recent Credits: Directorial: An Object of Merit (2020), The Way We Are (2020), Dear Journal (2020), Swim Low (2016)
Amanda Ann-Min Wong is a filmmaker, director, writer, sound artist, and musician. Her debut fiction short Swim Low (2016) was nominated for a Best Canadian Short Award at VAFF, and her film pitches Rosa’s Flowers and Nonya both landed finalist spots in national pitch competitions. Her latest films include documentary short An Object of Merit (2020), about a local Korean-Canadian ceramic artist exploring his craft, The Way We Are (2020), an archival short about the interweaving lives of four queer East Asian women, and Dear Journal (2020), an introspective reading of journal entries.
Amanda is also a sound recordist, sound designer, and composer for hire, with experience in film, television, commercial, and webseries work; notable credits include sound design on CSA-winning short PICK (2019), directed by Alicia K. Harris. Amanda’s past experience also includes working in television research & production for 3 years, on shows such as Reelz’s I Lived With A Killer and TVO Kids’ CSA-winning Science Max: Experiments at Large.
Originally from Singapore, Amanda now lives in Toronto. In her free time, she loves rocking out with her band, cutsleeve, whose debut EP the parts we could not abandon will be released in 2020.