Anna is an award-winning filmmaker born and bred in Barcelona, Spain. She grew up between
the imaginary worlds of David Lynch and the marginal places and realities of Jim Jarmusch.
Her first experience on set was when at the age of 14 she collaborated as an extra for the
winning Goya award film and Oscar-nominated Pa Negre (Black Bread) in 2010.
She had the chance to observe and talk to the crew and cast and immediately felt
inspired by all of their hard work, the emotions created on set and knew that was her place.
Her work involves the exploration of inner emotional conflicts, feminism and the exploration
of unknown cultures and realities. She fills the screen with her style that fuses her love for
documentary techniques and the use of bold colours, inventive camera angles, as well as
her obsession with the line between reality and fantasy.
An MA Film Production graduate of Goldsmiths University, Anna is now based in North London.
Anna's latest work as a director, NATIA, has garnered international recognition,
winning awards globally, including Best Under 25 at the BAFTA recognised
Underwire Film Festival and Best Short Fiction Film at the Kinofilm Manchester
International Short Film Festival. Up-to-date NATIA has also screened at worldwide
festivals such as FEST in Portugal, BFI London Film Festival and Duemila30 in Italy.
As a producer, she has recently wrapped on a short western called “Downward Motion”,
which was filmed in the North of Spain, in a desert called Las Bardenas Reales. The film
is currently at the post-production stage in collaboration with The Old Film Farm LTD.