Angeline Gragasin is a writer and filmmaker who tells stories about ecology, memory, and power. Her background is interdisciplinary, and her work is equal parts poetic expression and critical inquiry. She thrives on challenging research and editorial projects and sees each film as an opportunity to ask questions, take risks, and experiment. Prior to pursuing a career as a filmmaker, Gragasin trained extensively in mask, mime, and improvisational performance. Her early emphasis on image and action-based storytelling continues to inform her work today.

Gragasin is currently conducting research for and writing COLONÍA CUBAO, a sci-fi film that dramatizes colony collapse disorder from a human perspective by characterizing insects as people in a future dystopian megacity. For this film, she is working to develop new cinematographic techniques that allow principal photography to be shot on drones. Gragasin holds a BA in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities from the University of Chicago.


Film / Art / Media Criticism



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