This artist portrait written by Flo Ankah was published on Thelittlemovie.com
Boudoir Chit-Chat is an experimental documentary about five New York women artists.
This essay by Flo Ankah was published on The Clyde Fitch Report.
Playing Brandy opposite Jonathan Pryce, Jason Schwartzman and Krysten Ritter, directed by Alex Ross Perry.
Solo performance (work in progress) that has been shown at Symphonie Space, Joe’s Pub and the Miami-Dade County Auditorium in Florida.
Starring in the Broadway-style musical ‘Loving the Silent Tears’ opposite Liz Callaway, Jody Watley, Debbie Gravitte and Jon Secada at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Original song by Floanne and Frank Simms, performed at Joe’s Pub.
A play with music performed in residency at Joe’s Pub/the Public Theater as well as the Metropolitan Room, the Harmonie Club, the NY Botanical Gardens and Sleep No More.
Flo Ankah was the French maid Colette opposite Robin Strasser on the soap opera One Life to Live, and a Yoga Instructor opposite Tuc Watkins.
Original song performed and written by Floanne.
This is a series of short documentary subjects on my dad’s farm that I started when I first got my camera.
Floanne’s music video featuring the French countryside she is from. Directed by her sister Charlotte.
Waterfront Access? is an experimental film that connects a group of people from the City to the Brooklyn shore.
After graduating from Merce Cunningham Studio, Flo created choreography with her artist friends.
Kirk Light is an experimental film featuring two fairy-like dancers evolving in a clearing. At first mysterious, they let us into their world of movement and peaceful beauty.
ONE WAY is an experimental film about a “performance happening” in SoHo.
Appearing opposite Helen Hunt, who was also the director of this beautiful film about a woman looking for her identity.
Dance improvisation on crusted snow shot from the Empire State Building in New York City.
Two dancers evolving on a Schubert melody, shot on the Brooklyn bridge in New York City.
First film ever. Camille the director can see the future. Shot on film B&W silent.
Photographic project after receiving the French Grant “Défi Jeunes” in 1999. Every picture has been taken on my commute from Châbons to Grenoble in France, over a period of about six months.
Traveling to Mexico on an exchange program with Tampico students.