Bettina Barrow is a film and television producer based in Austin, Texas. Inspired by iconic characters and propulsive stories, Bettina recently founded Banger Pictures, an independent production company focused on both film and television projects. Prior to Banger Pictures, Bettina formed Kill Claudio Productions. Her short film “Maude” premiered at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, sold to multiple distributors shortly thereafter, and won a large cash prize from Amazon for its popularity on the platform. Bettina also produced the feature film, "Sister Aimee", directed by Samantha Buck and Marie Schlingmann, which premiered at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival and sold to 1091 Media. She has multiple projects in development, including a television series that was developed with HBO. Most recently, Bettina produced "Downtown Owl", a feature film based on the novel by Chuck Klosterman, which premiered at the 2023 Tribeca Film Festival. Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions is distributing.
Before becoming an independent producer, Bettina was a lawyer at an international law firm in Los Angeles. Bettina is a graduate of Princeton University and the UCLA School of Law.