Anna Weitz is based in Stockholm and currently works as a documentary film producer at Mantaray Film. She also gives lectures about producing and outreach work.
Her filmography includes Detained (Dir. Anna Persson, Shaon Chakraborty) which received The Swedish Film Academy Award “Guldbaggen” for Best Documentary 2015 and was nominated for Prix Europa 2016. For Mantaray she has also produced The Language of Silence (Dir. Frans Huhta) and she was associate producer of the Cannes-Awarded Ingrid Bergman in Her Own Words (Dir. Stig Björkman).
Together with other RåFILM members, Anna stands behind the documentaries Can’t Do it In Europe (2005), Hit Music – Rhythm of the Revolutionary (2007), Repainting Cuba (2009), Once Upon a Hill (2010) and Playtime (2013)
Educated at Skurups folkhögskola, Biskops-Arnö folkhögskola and Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts, and a graduate of EAVE Producers Workshop and Britdoc’s Impact Producers Lab.
She is also a member of Noncitizen, a nomadic film and cultural project highlighting issues around migration and human rights.
Her current projects include an unexpected love story between a Swedish single mother and a beggar from Romania and a documentary about the rapper Silvana Imam.