Moving Mountains Films
Moving Mountains films is a young independent film Production Company based in Berlin, hence with a worldwide perspective. We produce creative films for Art-house Cinema and TV, developing engaging visual narratives with strong social and ethnographic connotations. Our films are characterized by a distinct authorial imprint. Moving mountains is a project founded by Roser Corella and Ana Catalá, who after colliding in Berlin decided to combine forces and their crossed trajectories within the visual sphere to create films that matter. We work independently but believe in the importance of collaborations to travel even beyond.
Ana Catalá is a multifaceted filmmaker, producer and festival programmer. After finishing her film and photography studies in Spain and Switzerland, she moved to Berlin where has worked on international film productions. Her career began with film credits including The Ghost Writer by Roman Polanski and Hanna by Joe Wright. But her passion for arthouse independent cinema soon led her to work in documentary productions and author-generated films. Besides her work as a filmmaker, Ana Catalá is a member of the selection committee of the Cinema Jove International Film Festival in Valencia and is the programmer manager and programmer of the Reykjavik International Film Festival.
Roser Corella is a spanish filmmaker currently based in Berlin. After her degree in Visual Arts at University of Barcelona, she completed her studies at Städelschule in Frankfurt, with Wolfgang Tillmans as supervisor of her Photography Project, and in Cuba at EICTV – International School of Cinema and TV. Roser began her career as video-journalist for the Catalan TV, but her interest in human stories behind global issues moved her to start self-producing and developing a personal vision within the documentary field. Her work has been shown worldwide, winning numerous awards. Her fascination for the documentary genre has led her to travel the world in search of stories that deserve to be told. Not only to witness but to challenge and raise critical questions about contemporary societies.