Elle Flanders

Elle Flanders is a filmmaker and artist based in Toronto. She was raised in Montreal and Jerusalem and holds both an MA in Critical Theory and an MFA from Rutgers University. Her work has been screened and exhibited at the Berlin International Film Festival, the MOMA and festivals and museums worldwide. Her most recent work includes: What Isn't There, an ongoing photo installation project that documents Palestinian Villages that no longer exist; Road Movie, an in-progress 12- screen installation on the Apartheid roads in Palesitne; Bird on a Wire: A Five City Symphony, a dual screen projection and live music performance; and the award-winning feature documentary Zero Degrees of Separation. Flanders is a PhD candidate at York University where she also teaches.

Artist Code: 967


Morte Dell’Arcivescovo

2015, 02:53 minutes, colour, English text

New Old Road to Jericho

2009, 02:48 minutes, colour

Al Almanie (the German)

2009, 03:11 minutes, colour


2009, 03:05 minutes, colour

Slow Emergency

2009, 03:31 minutes, colour

To Biddu

2009, 03:18 minutes, colour

Opel Cadet

2009, 03:13 minutes, colour

O Caminho

2009, 03:16 minutes, colour

Like Almond Blossoms

2009, 03:20 minutes, colour, English

Road Movie

2009, 31:04 minutes, colour

Road Movie

2009, 31:04 minutes, colour

The PSA Project

2004, 21:00 minutes, colour/B&W, English

Critical Writing

West Bank Road Atlas
by Kate Steinmann. Fillip, Spring 2012, no. 16.
The Toronto Declaration: No Celebration of Occupation: An open...
by Udi Aloni et al. Toronto Declaration: No Celebration of Occupation, Sept. 9, 2009.