Welcome to the official site of the upcoming feature film, ANYA!
An anthropology informed thought experiment gave the Narval their origin story.
Guest post by Jose Moreno-Cortes on creating ANYA’s Narval language.
Fewer than 1 percent of doctorates in math are awarded to African-Americans. Edray Goins, who earned one of them, found the upper reaches of the math world a challenging place. His experiences offer insight into what academic life might be like for ANYA’s Dr. Seymour Livingston.
It’s been a week of fast and furious headlines as the news of the first “CRISPR babies” spreads since the original announcement by MIT Technology Review on 11/25/18. It’s been fascinating to watch how different media cover the story. It will be interesting to see if he public ultimately embraces the technological advance or meets it with a collective shrug. (Preliminary news analysis by ANYA filmmaker, anthropologist Carylanna Taylor).
Diversity is central to ANYA: on screen, in the crew, and in the story. Article by Thessaly La Force (New York Times)