Annabelle is a tired-ass showgirl who began her career in front of the camera. Alas, she got sick of being bossed around and switched sides. Her first feature, MICKEY AND THE BEAR, had a critically acclaimed world premiere at SXSW, where it was deemed “a sharp, affecting film that's brimming with darkness and hope, every instant of it vividly alive,” by The Hollywood Reporter. The film was also an Academy Nicholl semifinalist, won the Melissa Mathison award at HIFF, and participated in labs at IFP and Film Independent. Her short, FRANKIE KEEPS TALKING, played over 30 festivals and won some awards, including Best Female Protagonist at NFFTY.

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