Anna Molins is a cinematographer based in Barcelona with more than fifteen years of experience behind the camera. She graduated as Cinematographer from ESCAC (Film and Media School of Catalonia) in 2001. Her work particularly shines in fiction and documentary films.
Notably, her collaboration with filmmaker Neus Ballús deserves attention. Their first joint venture was the feature film ”The Odd-Job Men” (2021), which received awards at the Lorcano Festival and the Seminci of Valladolid. This film also secured five Gaudi Prizes from the Catalan Film Academy, including Best Feature Film. Additionally, Ballús and Molins worked on the project “Care” (2022) and, more recently, the fiction short film “Blow!” (2023).
Throughout her career, Molins has worked on feature documentaries such as “Me llamo Violeta” (2019), which won the Audience Award and the International Amnesty Prize at the DocsBarcelona Festival, and “Kanimambo” (2012), which received the Special Jury Prize at the Málaga Film Festival. Furthermore, Molins has filmed documentary series for television and other digital platforms.
Moreover, Molins has collaborated extensively with filmmaker Lyona, producing over a hundred music videos and advertisements. She specializes in stop-motion cinematography, a technique she has applied in both fiction and advertising projects.
Molins’ experience also encompasses the performing arts. She has served as the cinematographer for special TV shows such as “Nit de Nits” (2021) and “El Temps de les Arts” (2022-2023), both directed by Lluís Danés, where various artistic disciplines converge. Molins has also contributed to the filming of theatrical productions by companies such as Dagoll Dagom, La Brutal, and T de Teatre.
One of her most recent endeavors is the feature film “Sica” (2023) by Carla Subirana, for which she handled underwater cinematography and served as the second unit cinematographer.
Her versatility, together with her eagerness for capturing instants and for telling stories is what drives her in all kinds of projects and experiences.