Josephine Anderson is an award-winning documentary filmmaker based in Vancouver, Canada. Her first interactive documentary, The Sticking Place, was recognized as an official Webby Award Honoree, won two Pixel Awards, and was nominated for a Digi Award. In 2013, Josephine was awarded the One to Watch alumni award from Capilano University, honouring alumni who have distinguished themselves early in their careers. Her most recent work, The Third Movement, premiered at DOXA Documentary Film Festival 2017 and was awarded the Prize for Best Short Documentary at CineMuskoka World Film Festival 2017. Josephine is an alumna of Berlinale Talent Campus and the Canadian Film Centre, where she was a resident with the NFB/CFC Creative Doc Lab. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from the University of British Columbia, and graduated from Capilano University’s Documentary Film program. Josephine currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Documentary Organization of Canada.




Best Short Documentary, Cinemuskoka (2017)
CFC/NFB Artist Development Grant (2017)
Official Selection, DOXA Documentary Film Festival (2017)
Official Selection, Monmouth Film Festival (2017)
Official Selection, CineMuskoka World Film Festival (2017)
CFC/NFB Creative Doc Lab (2015/2016)
Capilano University, One to Watch Award (2013)
Webby Award Honoree (2013)
Pixel Award: People’s Choice (2012)
Pixel Award: Best Sports Project (2012)
Digi Award Nominee, Best Web Series: Non-Fiction (2012)
DOXA Documentary Film Festival, Panel Speaker (2012)
IndieWire Project of the Week (2011)
Whistler Film Festival Digital Media Lab (2011)
Best Director: Nokia N8: Direct and Project (2011)
Berlin International Film Festival, Berlinale Talents (2011)
DOXA Documentary Film Festival, DOXA Connexions (2010)