Anna Macdonald is a moving image artist who uses film to expose the resonance of simple movements, such as, moving from ‘here to there’, ‘holding’ or ‘getting slower’. She specialise in working directly with the public, using film and movement to articulate people’s experiences in ways that can be understood by others. Alongside her free-lance work, Anna runs the MA/MFA in Contemporary Performance at the Manchester School of Art and publishes in leading dance journals. Last year she was awarded an arts fellowship at Keele Uni, using screendance to re-imagine the pathways connected to the experience of chronic pain.