Ann Marie Fleming is an award-winning Canadian filmmaker who has explored a wide range of formats and genres, including animation, documentary, experimental film and fiction. Born on Japan’s Ryukyu Islands, Fleming now lives in Vancouver, Canada. Her films focus on themes of family, history and memory. She has completed 11 projects with the NFB, including New Shoes: An Interview in Exactly Five Minutes (1990), The Magical Life of Long Tack Sam (2003) and I Was a Child of Holocaust Survivors (2010). Fleming’s NFB animated feature Window Horses (2016) earned dozens of awards and accolades worldwide.