María Fernanda Borregales is an award-winning Venezuelan director, producer, and screenwriter. She is best known for her feature films and documentaries, and for her work on television series.
Borregales was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She attended the University of the Andes, where she received her degree in Social Communication and Audiovisual Production. After college, she went on to work as a production assistant on numerous television projects and feature films.
In 2009, Borregales started her own production company, Producciones Intermedio, where she began writing and producing her own films. She wrote and directed her first feature film in 2011, a romantic comedy called “Amor a Prueba de Todo” (Love in Spite of Everything). The film was a success, and won several awards at international film festivals.
Her next project was a documentary called “La Paz de la Calle” (The Peace of the Street). The film explored the struggles of street children in Venezuela, and was very well received. It won the prize for Best Documentary at the Maracay International Film Festival in 2013.
In 2014, Borregales wrote and directed her second feature film, “Los Últimos” (The Last Ones). The film won a number of awards and was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival. She followed that with two more feature films, “Tentación” (Temptation) in 2015 and “El Objetivo” (The Object) in 2016.
Borregales has also worked on a number of television series, including “Los Últimos”, “El Objetivo”, and “La Paz de la Calle”. She has also written and directed documentaries for television.
In 2020, she was awarded the National Prize for Audiovisual Arts in Venezuela. It is the highest award of its kind in the country, and is recognition of her exceptional work in the field.
María Fernanda Borregales has established herself as one of the leading filmmakers in Venezuela. She is a versatile director, producer, and screenwriter, who has created a wide variety of films and documentaries. Her work has received critical acclaim and numerous awards, and she is sure to continue making an impact on the film industry for years to