Anna Biller  

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Anna Biller is an independent American filmmaker. She is known for her outrageous visual style, and for her use of period genres and satire to create original and entertaining movies. Her 2007 sexploitation feature film Viva premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam, and won the Best of Fest Award at the Boston Underground Film Festival. She is one of the few women to work in the sexploitation genre, along with Doris Wishman and Stephanie Rothman.

Filmography

  • 2007 Viva
  • 2001 A Visit from the Incubus
  • 2001 The Hypnotist
  • 1998 Fairy Ballet
  • 1994 Three Examples of Myself as Queen




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