Dona Ana Films & Multimedia is a Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil-based film and multimedia production company. We have worked with international clients ranging from NGOs, corporate clients, and television and radio stations. Our primary focus is on news and long-form documentaries that are filmed in Brazil, and other parts of Latin America. However, the company is also experienced in producing corporate multimedia, and we have a global contact base.
With an experienced multi-lingual team, Dona Ana Films & Multimedia is currently working on productions that are focused on the upcoming mega-sporting events such as the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Dona Ana Films & Multimedia is a Brazilian incorporated company, and is associated with ANCINE, the Brazilian National Film Agency. We are interested in both partnerships and individual projects.
is the co-owner, administrative director, and in-house legal counsel for Dona Ana Films & Multimedia. Born and raised in São Paulo, Sandro has worked with film and television crews from around the world in Brazil as a production manager, executive producer, local legal council, and translator. He was the Brazil-based producer for “Johnny in Oranje”, a six-episode Endemol production for RTL (the Netherlands), and has worked on productions for companies such as Novartis. He’s experienced in dealing with ANCINE contracts, and his legal specialism is entertainment law. Sandro is a member of the Brazilian Bar Association (OAB), has a law degree from Paulista University (UNIP), and a post-graduate degree in International Law from (PUC-SP). Sandro is fluent in English and Portuguese, and currently lives in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
is the co-owner, and creative director of Dona Ana Films & Multimedia. She bases her time between Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo, Brazil. She was previously based in London, UK for nearly three years, and Barcelona, Spain for a year before that. She has worked on productions in Turkey, the Netherlands, Cuba, Panama, Germany, and in her native Canada, where she started her career in Edmonton, Alberta. She produced and filmed lead up coverage to the 2014 FIFA World Cup, as well as sporting coverage of the event itself for Omnisport/Perform Group. Sheena played a key role in pre-production and logistics planning for the Omnisport team, and in video production during the 32-day tournament for a team of 25 reporters and producers—who were spread throughout the 12 World Cup host cities. She is currently working on similar projects linked to Copa America 2015 in Chile, and the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. She is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese, and has a master’s degree in International Broadcast Journalism from City University London.