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Anna Rose Holmer works as a director, producer, and camerawoman on documentary, narrative, commercial, and experimental content. Her work blends documentary and narrative forms and has taken her to Bolivia, Cuba, the Czech Republic, Guatemala, Puerto Rico and across the United States.
Anna’s current producing credits include Ballet 422 (Tribeca Film Festival Documentary Competition 2014), a vérité feature directed by Jody Lee Lipes, and Charge, a documentary exploring humankind’s fraught relationship with natural resources, produced in conjunction with Cinereach Productions. Charge has earned grants from the MacArthur Foundation, the Tribeca Film Institute, the San Francisco Film Society, NYSCA, Paley Center for New Media/Snag Films.
With filmmaker Matt Wolf, Anna co-directed and produced A Ballet in Sneakers: Jerome Robbins and Opus Jazz, a companion documentary to NY Export: Opus Jazz, which premiered at SXSW 2010 where it was recognized with the Emerging Visions Audience Award and played on PBS as part of the Great Performances/Dance in America Series. Anna’s first feature, Twelve Ways to Sunday, was one of ten films to participate in IFP’s 2009 Documentary Filmmaker Lab and premiered with Rooftop Films 2010. Anna Rose Holmer is credited with her maiden name, Anna Farrell, for work created before July 2012.