FIlm Ink Feature
“Documentary filmmaker Angie Davis leads a life that most of us can only dream of: a self-proclaimed digital nomad, Angie has been traveling the world for three years with her family producing award winning documentaries.”
World Nomads Podcast Interview
Amazing Nomads: Angie Davis - On the Move
Angie and her young family travel nomadically around the world with barely a possession, while working as a documentary filmmaker capturing stories as a catalyst for change.
KCSB Radio Interview
As part of the Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2019 Coverage, KCSB reporter Harry Lawton sits down with director Angie Davis to talk about her documentary The Laps: Tasmania, her second movie to premiere at the festival.
Finding freedom in the unknown: Meet the young family who are professional nomads
From her home in the Byron Bay hinterland, Angie Davis has reached across oceans and continents to tell the story of Lobitos and its people. The Peruvian coastal village, its self-sustained emergence from under the shadow of ‘big oil’ and the surfing culture that has helped reform the region’s innate strength are examined in Double Barrel, the journalist-turned-filmmaker’s picturesque and deeply humanistic documentary.