Angela Ferreira is the Managing Director of Douglas Road Productions where her credits include ‘Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle’, ‘Black Classical Music: The Forgotten History,’ ‘Race Through Comedy’, ‘Lenny Henry’s Caribbean Britain’ ‘Mica Paris on Gospel’ and the single drama ‘My Name is Leon’
Female focused projects include ‘Forgotten Female Composers’, ‘Judi Love: Black Female and Invisible’, docu-drama; ‘Una Marson: Our Lost Caribbean Voice’ and the mini doc series, ‘Fierce Women’. Upcoming projects include six-part drama, ‘Three Little Birds’.
In recognition of her work, Angela won the inaugural ‘Soul Sisters Woman of the Year’ award from the BFI in 2020 and ‘The Premiere Digital Business Award’ from Women in Film and TV in 2021.
Angela is the DEI Ambassador for Banijay UK and a ‘Create Central Champion’ which is an industry body aimed at bringing business, training, and diversity to the creative sector in the West Midlands. She is also part of the Diversity Tax Breaks group with Sir Lenny Henry and Marcus Ryder.
Angela is a Governor at The BRIT School which is a state school in Croydon and she is a registered School Speaker. She has guest lecturing roles at Britain's globally recognised premier media training institutions and teaches at the National Film and Television School where she also sits on the TV Advisory Panel.