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Astra Taylor


Astra Taylor was born in 1979 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. She is a director, known for Zizek! (2005), Examined Life (2008) and What Is Democracy? (2018). She has been married to Jeff Mangum since January 2008. See full bio »

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Zizek! Director
(2005)
Examined Life Director
(2008)
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(2004)

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 2018 What Is Democracy? (Documentary)
 2008 Examined Life (Documentary)
 2005 Zizek! (Documentary)
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 2018 What Is Democracy? (Documentary)
 2008 Examined Life (Documentary) (written by)
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 2004 Persons of Interest (Documentary) (associate producer)
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 2018 What Is Democracy? (Documentary) (archival researcher)
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 2017 The Organizer (Documentary) (special thanks)
 2011 Elena (thanks for assistance in making the film: providing television material: Zeitgeist Films)
 2006 Off the Black (special thanks)
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 2018 The Birdcage (Documentary)
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 2018 What Is Democracy? (Documentary)
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