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Overview (1)

Nicknames Annie
Rango

Mini Bio (1)

Before Graduating with a degree in Cinematography from Stephen F. Austin State University, she began working on studio films as a production assistant, craft service, and set Medic. While on set, she would pick the brains of her favorite filmmaking mentors, Frank Q. Dobbs, Bill Wittliff, G. Mac Brown, and Billy Bob Thornton. All the while watching and having question and answer sessions with directors of photography Philippe Rousselot, Bruce Surtees, Don Burgess, and Russel Boyd. In 1995 she made her first feature film Camp Charlie, which was shown in the Austin Film Festival as a Texas Work in Progress. To make a living, she works as a Script Supervisor, and Script Revisionist on major studio films. Independently she produces and consults on films and commercials, produced the feature documentary "Nacogodches; The day the sky fell" about Shuttle Columbia, and works with her production company Friendly State Studios in Austin, Texas producing TV series and movies for Internet Streaming.

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Trivia (8)

Organized a medical supplies drive for Haiti at Antones Nightclub with Jessica Jarret after the Haiti earthquake. The drive raised over a million dollars in medical supplies in 48 hours. Carr spent 6 weeks getting the supplies to Haiti where Dr. Jim Smith of Health 4 Haiti received them. A $35,000 box of surgical sutures went missing, and Carr spent an additional 2 months tracking down the sutures. Momma Jeanine Ridore had salvaged the box from Pirates, and successfully delivered the sutures to Gonaives.
At 6 months old, featured on the cover of the National PTA magazine with her mother Dr. Barbara Carr. At the time, her grandmother, Florence Leonard Danforth, was the PTA President of Texas, and the National Vice President.
At age 6, was a participant on the Grandma Whistle show in Bloomington, Indiana.
At age 9, she was paid $5.00 to be a featured Extra in a teaching film produced by Indiana University.
Wrote a poem in her High School English Class about Jim Jones that was published in a national student magazine for teachers.
Her film Camp Charlie was projected Digitally at the Austin Film Festival as a Texas work in progress, and was the first film in any film festival in the United States to be projected digitally.
Not realizing who he was, she tried to convince Director of Photography John Toll that digital was better than film. Toll forgave her because she told him that she would watch "Wind" without the volume because it was so beautifully shot. Wind just happened to be one of Toll's favorite accomplishments.
Maintains her Texas Licensed Paramedic to help with disaster relief.

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