Ana’s Film

ANA is an actress who can’t seem to do better than landing limiting parts in lurid historical soap operas. One day she impetuously announces to her family that she has won the lead role in a major film, which will enable her to buy the household a new refrigerator. Yet, to actually make the money, Ana will have to take on a different role- she must pretend to be a prostitute for a foreign documentary about Havana’s streetwalkers. It can’t be long before the ruse unravels and trouble begins.

Ana’s Film (2012)




Spanish, with English subtitles




Daniel Diaz Torres

Daniel Diaz Torres

Daniel Diaz Torres

Daniel Diaz Torres  began working at the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) in 1968 as a writer of film reviews and articles for major Cuban publications. Subsequently, he conducted seminars on Film Direction at the University of Havana and taught film workshops in various countries. In 1975, he made his directorial debut with the film Luis Corvalan’s Freedom. He died in Havana on September 16, 2013.

The Trinidad+Tobago Film Festival would like to acknowledge the generous support of our sponsors.

Signature Sponsor

Leading Sponsors

Festival Partners

Join Our Mailinglist

* indicates required

Contact Us

22 Jerningham Ave,
Belmont, Port of Spain,
Trinidad and Tobago, WI

1 (868) 227-8458 or
1 (868) 277-3456 (FILM)