Ana is a young, well-educated Spanish woman from a traditional, middle-class family. She is about to finish her PhD in Law and get married but she doesn’t feel fulfilled. One day, a doppelganger takes her place in life, dealing with all her responsibilities. Realizing for the first time that she is totally free, Ana decides to explore her new anonymity and freedom, testing her own limits and searching for the meaning of life, between a boarding-house and cabaret nights in Madrid. However, at one point routine also arrives to her new life and a question haunts her: Is it possible to ever run away from oneself?
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She has a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Complutense University of Madrid, a Master’s in Directing from ESCAC and a diploma in Dramatic Art from the William Layton Laboratory. She has directed and produced several short films, and in 2018 she made her debut with the feature Ana de día, the closing film of D’A, nominated for a Goya. At the same time, she teaches classes in centres and schools such as ECAM or ESCAC. She is currently preparing her second feature film, Nina.
Filmography: Ana de Día (2018), Algunas aves vuelan solas (curt, 2015), Ballenas aplastadas por el hielo (curt, 2015), Los años dirán (curt, 2013), A pleno sol (curt, 2011)