Anne Flatté is an award-winning filmmaker whose recent work explores stories about music and community. She is a director and producer of the feature documentary River City Drumbeat (World Premiere, DOC NYC 2019). She directed and produced Symphony for Nature (Ashland Independent Film Festival; PBS National Broadcast 2019). Flatté is a producer of the feature documentary Serenade for Haiti/Serenad pou Ayiti (World Premiere, DOC NYC 2016) which is currently distributed by Good Docs. In 2014, Flatté created and directed the 15-episode web series Music Makes A City Now (PBS.org and YouTube). She co-produced and edited the original feature documentary Music Makes A City (Dir. Owsley Brown III and Jerome Hiler, 2010), which was awarded Britain’s Gramophone Award for Best DVD Documentary, and received a PBS National Broadcast. Her editing work on acclaimed documentary films includes Monumental: David Brower’s Fight for Wild America (Dir. Kelly Duane, 2004), What Do You Believe? and Daughters and Sons: Preventing Child Trafficking in the Golden Triangle (Dir. Sarah Feinbloom, 2003; 2005), and Devil’s Teeth (Dir. Roger Teich, 2004). Flatté earned a B.A. in Middle Eastern Studies from UC Berkeley, and an M.A. in documentary film from Stanford, where she directed the award-winning shorts Interlove Story and Body of Tradition. Flatté lives in San Francisco with her husband and two teenagers.