Anna MacDonald is co-founder and joint-principal of London Film Academy. Her production work includes ‘The Summer House’ (with Robert Pattinson and Talulah Riley), which reached no.1 on the iTunes sales charts on the first day of its release.
She acts as an advisor to many film festivals and not-for-profit organisations, and regularly seats on jury panels. She devises and masterminds special events and educational programmes at film festivals and schools worldwide. Her previous work as a Publishing and Marketing Consultant includes production and publicity of events at the Houses of Parliament, as well as embassies in London and New York.
Anna was one of the 30 prominent Londoners with Polish roots featured in the PCI’s ‘London Creatives: Polish Roots’ exhibition at the Museum of London, celebrating the role that Londoners of Polish origin have played in the capital's cultural scene.