Artist

Ann Verrall

Ann Verrall is a graduate form the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. For the past eight years she has been working with video as a writer, director, producer, editor as well as working as Programming Director of the Centre for Art Tapes. Her early video works are short experimental narratives. The most recent and most ambitious work, The Water's Tale, took six years to complete. Currently, Ann is writing a feature film script as well as a children's book based on the story of The Water's Tale. Ann lives in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and her work continues to explore innovative ways of telling stories using the elements of water, the ocean, mythology and fairy tales.

Videography

This Time Last Winter

2010, 25:15 minutes, colour, English

The Water's Tale

1996, 46:30 minutes, English

Critical Writing

The Oxide Mandate: Queer Media in Halifax
by James MacSwain. Queer Looking/ Queer Acting, 1997. Mount St. Vincent: Mount St. Vincent University Press, 1997.