Amanda Roy

Amanda Roy is Anishinaabe from the community of Buzwah, which is a part of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory on Manitoulin Island. She has worked with the National Film Board as an Associate Producer for their Hothouse Animation Apprenticeship program and is currently an Associate Producer for the Quebec-Atlantic Studio. She has also worked on various film, tv, and digital media projects in various roles with several Indigenous production companies. She spent two years living in Northern Quebec assisting secondary students with learning video game production while travelling amongst several communities supporting the Cree Syllabics Virtual Reality Project – a program for learning Cree syllabics in an immersive and interactive virtual environment. Amanda is also a Hnatyshyn Foundation Reveal Indigenous Art Award Laureate and a Netflix-BANFF Diversity of Voices Fellow.
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