Ania Freer is a Jamaican-Australian creative filmmaker, cultural researcher, curator, and artist. Based in Jamaica, Freer works on exhibitions and video installations which document stories and voices from remote communities across the island. She is the founder of Goat Curry Gallery, a non-profit online platform that promotes indigenous crafts from Jamaica, and the documentary filmmaker behind the video portraiture series REAL TALK. Freer has exhibited in the International Art Festival, CHROM/ART (London, 2017) and at the National Gallery of Jamaica’s 2019 Summer Exhibition. She is the awardee of the 2019 Curatorial and Art Writing fellowship at New Local Space Kingston and a grant recipient of 2020 Black Creative Endeavours Grant from Something Special Studio, New York.