Her father is the film producer ElíasQuerejeta and she studied Ancient History in the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. She worked in several film crafts until she debuted in direction with the documentary El trabajo de rodar (1994).
She studied at the School of Cinema and Audiovisual Catalonia between 1999 and 2003. presented the 2004 short film she had made at school,the last Polaroid , which won the award for best director in the theme New Authorship sponsored by the SGAE in the 38th Festival.
She studied screenplay and Direction Film at the International School of Film and Television of San Antonio de los Banos (Cuba), where she graduated in 1996. In 2008 he debuted in the film with A Boyfriend for Yasmina, romantic comedy role and coral set in Extremadura. The film revolves around the obstacles that the immigrant population is when it comes to a new place and advocates multiculturalism and integration.
Patricia Ferreira was born in Madrid, Madrid, Spain. She is a director and writer, known for The Wild Ones (2012), Para que no me olvides (2005) and I Know Who You Are (2000).
She is one of the most prolific female film directors of contemporary Spain, having directed seven feature-length films since the beginning of her film career in 1988. Her films follow a departure from traditional national cinema of Spain, and help to “untangle films from their national context, clearing the path for thinking about national film from different perspectives. The recurring themes of “emotions, feelings and existential conflict” coupled with her distinct visual style secure the “multifaceted (she directs, writes, produces and acts)” filmmaker’s status as a “catalan auteur”
IcíarBollaín Pérez-Mínguez (born June 12, 1967 in Madrid, Spain) is a Spanish actress, director and screenwriter. Her film TeDoyMis Ojos (Take My Eyes) (2003) won seven Goya Awards, including Best Film and Best Director. Starring Luis Tosar and LaiaMarull, the movie is about a man’s abuse of his wife during their marriage, and their struggles to change the pattern of their lives.