Mirabelle Ang

Director of Photography

Mirabelle Ang is a filmmaker whose interest in social and political affairs in her environment, led her to work in documentaries. Born and raised in Singapore, Mirabelle received her MFA in Film and Video at California Institute of the Arts in 2006.

Her feature documentary, MATCH MADE, has screened at numerous international film festivals and museums such as the Viennale, Cinéma du Réel, Mar del Plata, Full Frame and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York. The documentary broadcasted over KQED this summer and is currently playing at an independent cinema in Singapore. Apart from her directorial efforts, Mirabelle also works in various capacities from sound recording to video editing, mainly in documentaries.

Mirabelle also dedicates her time to independent documentary projects that addresses social justice, culture and history. She was the Director of Photography on several films, including SIGHT OF MEMORY, a documentary looking into generations of corn farmers in St. Louis, and WARCRAFT NATION, a documentary about the popular Blizzard strategy game, Warcraft, and the institution that trains young South Korea boys to compete in international cyber gaming competitions around the world. Mirabelle is also a volunteer videographer with Vote For Equality, California.