Annette Mangaard has written, produced and directed fifteen films in more than a decade as an independent filmmaker. In February 2009 Mangaard was invited to Argentina for a retrospective of her films at the Palais de Glace, Buenos Aires, in 1990 she presented a solo screening of her films at the Pacific Cinemateque in Vancouver, Canada and in 1991 at the Kino Arsenal Cinemateque in Berlin, West Germany. Mangaard has just completed a one hour documentary about the famous artists trio General Idea and their artists activism work around AIDS. She has just completed directing a feature film on the Inuit artists co-operative in Cape Dorset, Nunavut KINNGAIT: RIDING LIGHT INTO THE WORLD. Recent work includes a feature length experimental documentary, INTO THE NIGHT, with the NFB. Other films include THE MANY FACES OF ARNAUD MAGGS, a one hour documentary on the celebrated Canadian artist/photographer Arnaud Maggs for TVO as well as a half hour art film titled BROKEN DREAMS.