Adria Baratta is a writer, filmmaker, and yoga instructor living in Los Angeles.
Adria's short films have screened at a variety of festivals and are explorations of the unique challenges facing womxn in today's society. Adria's pilot, Mama Said, advanced her to the second round of the 2021 Sundance Episodic Program, was a second rounder at Austin Film Festival 2020 and 2021. Her pilot ALVA, a reimagining of the life of Gilded Age socialite Alva Vanderbilt, was also a second rounder at AFF 2021. Enough, a short film about the unrealistic expectations put on womxn's bodies, written and directed by Adria premiered in March 2021 at the Garden State Film Festival.
In 2022, Adria served as the lead creative producer and line producer for independent feature A Time Apart, in Paris, France, as well as A Paracosm, a SAG moderate low-budget feature that shot in the Hudson Valley, NY. Both films are currently in post-production.
Adria graduated from Hobart and William Smith Colleges cum laude, with a degree in English. After pursuing a career in front of the camera, Adria turned her passion for the industry toward screenwriting and behind the scenes work. She has worked a variety of jobs in film and television production, including producing several indie film and TV projects. She is a proud member of IATSE Local 871 as an Assistant Production Coordinator/Travel Coordinator.