Ana Terra Athayde is a video journalist based in Rio de Janeiro. She produces, films and directs documentaries and news videos for national and international media outlets. Ana reported from Rwanda in 2017 with a fellowship from the International Women’s Media Foundation. Her TV documentary on the post-genocide youth in the country (‘Filhos de Ruanda’, GloboNews, 45 min) was the second-prize winner at the ICRC Award for International Humanitarian Coverage 2017 and was nominated for the Gabriel García Márquez Journalism Award 2018. Ana was a staff video journalist for the Guardian in the United States and traveled extensively to produce, shoot and edit videos on topics such as politics, culture and human rights. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from PUC-Rio and is a graduate of the Master of Arts program at Columbia Journalism School. Ana was a news producer at GloboNews, in Rio de Janeiro, from 2009 to 2013. Her work in Brazil won three national awards.

Ana Terra Athayde é videojornalista e vive no Rio de Janeiro. Ela produz, filma e dirige documentários e reportagens para veículos nacionais e internacionais. Como fellow da International Women’s Media Foundation, Ana produziu e dirigiu o documentário Filhos de Ruanda (2017, 45 min), exibido pela GloboNews. Ela fez parte da equipe de vídeo do Guardian nos Estados Unidos e percorreu o país para produzir reportagens sobre política, cultura e direitos humanos. Ana é formada em Jornalismo pela PUC-Rio e possui mestrado pela Columbia Journalism School, de Nova York. Como editora de texto da GloboNews, de 2009 a 2013, ela recebeu três prêmios nacionais pelo trabalho na série Juízes Ameaçados.

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