Julie Anne Buck (born December 9, 1974) is an American film producer, collage artist, photographer, experimental filmmaker, and film archivist who lives in New Orleans.
Buck studied at the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York. After graduating, she became the manager for the Harvard Film Archive at Harvard University. While sorting and preserving films in the Archive’s collection, she and her friend and co-archivist Karin Segal became interested in the images of women (known as “China girls”) which often appear on the leaders of older films. Buck and Segal began the long process of digitally cleaning, restoring and printing these enigmatic images for an art exhibit titled “Girls On Film,” a visual tribute to the many anonymous women who worked in the film industry.