Ana Barredo

Ana BARREDO’s first feature A Real Job (2001) was made in a wholly independent way. She financed it with her own credit cards, shot on a second-hand camera she bought on eBay and got the help of family and friends as cast and crew. Five years later she started on The Plight of the Angelenos with the intention of making a film that doesn’t require shooting actors, hiring a film crew or renting movie equipment.


A Real Job (2001), The Plight of the Angelenos (2006, short)