Amy Miller (born 1980 in Sudbury, Ontario) is an award winning Canadian filmmaker media maker and social justice organizer based in Montréal. Her documentaries have been screened in over 100 festivals throughout the world, and have been broadcast in over a dozen countries. She remains dedicated to developing critical documentaries for transformative social change and helping out grassroots campaigns for justice. She is the producer / director of ''[http://anotherwordforlearning.com Another Word For Learning]'' (2019), ''[http://wideopenexposure.com/gaza/ Gaza: Health Under Siege]'' (2018), ''[http://tomorrows-power.info Tomorrow's Power]'' (2017), ''[http://nolandnofoodnolife.com No Land No Food No Life]'' (2013), ''[http://wideopenexposure.com/the-carbon-rush/ The Carbon Rush]'' (2012) and ''[http://wideopenexposure.com/myths-for-profit/ Myths for Profit]'' (2009). [http://wideopenexposure.com Wide Open Exposure] is the production company she founded. She attended Carleton University in Ottawa.
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