Ana P. Castillo

Ana Paula is a Production Manager and Post-Production Supervisor with over five years of experience in the Canadian film industry.

Born and raised in Venezuela, she moved to Montreal in 2011 where she obtained a degree in Communication Studies and Film from Concordia University. Then she worked at the Indigenous-owned company Rezolution Pictures where she started as an assistant editor, making her way through post-production as an archives researcher, language versioning coordinator and post-production supervisor. She then decided to focus on production and worked as a production coordinator in several projects. In 2019 she moved to Thunder Bay, Ontario where she started working as a freelance production manager and archives researcher. She is also a polyglot who dominates five languages and has worked in English, French, Spanish and Italian.

Credits include the Emmy nominated feature documentary RUMBLE: The Indians Who Rocked the World, Canadian Screen Awards nominated Mohawk Girls, various APTN series such as Gespe'gewa'gi: The Last Land, Working It Out Together, Indians and Aliens, Dreamcatcher Bios and the TV documentary film The Oka Legacy for CBC.