Tiago Hespanha, born in 1978 in Lisbon, Portugal, is a film director and screenwriter. He is best known for his feature films “The Great Kilapy” and “Once Upon A Time In The West”.
Tiago began his career in the film industry in 2001, when he wrote and directed “The Great Kilapy”, a comedy about two friends who set off on an adventure to find a legendary treasure. The movie received critical acclaim and was well-received by audiences in Portugal and around the world.
Following the success of “The Great Kilapy”, Hespanha went on to direct “Once Upon A Time In The West”, a romantic drama about a young couple who fall in love despite their different backgrounds and the cultural differences that divide them. The film was a huge success and was nominated for several awards.
In 2009, Hespanha released his third feature film, “The Witching Hour”, an adaptation of a novel by Portuguese author Miguel Esteves Cardoso. The film was a horror-thriller about a group of teenagers who are terrorized by a mysterious entity. The movie was a big success and received critical acclaim.
In 2011, Hespanha released his fourth feature film, “The Art of War”, a drama about a group of friends who are forced to confront their own mortality when one of them is diagnosed with a terminal illness. The film was well-received by critics and audiences alike.
In 2015, Hespanha released his fifth feature film, “The Journey”, a drama about a young man who sets off on a journey to find his long-lost father. The movie was a big success and was nominated for several awards.
Tiago Hespanha is an acclaimed director and screenwriter who has achieved international success with his films. He is known for his ability to tell stories that touch on social and cultural issues in an entertaining and engaging way. His films have been praised for their thoughtful exploration of themes such as love, loss, friendship, and death. Hespanha continues to be a force in the world of cinema, and his work is admired by audiences and critics alike.