Maite Vaquero

Maite Vaquero



Maite Vaquero is a Spanish filmmaker, director, and producer, best known for her feature films, documentaries, and commercials. Born in Madrid in 1977, Maite grew up in a family of filmmakers and was exposed to the world of film from an early age. After finishing her studies in Communication Science, she travelled to Los Angeles to pursue her dream of becoming a filmmaker.

Maite began her career as a scriptwriter and production assistant, working on short films and commercials. In 2010, she wrote and directed her first feature film, “Bailarina”, which earned her numerous awards, including Best Director at the Girona International Film Festival.

In 2012, Maite directed her second feature film, “La Línea”, which was nominated for nine Goya Awards and won the Goya Award for Best Feature Film. Her third feature film, “La Vida Inesperada”, was released in 2015 and won the Goya Award for Best Spanish Language Film.

In addition to her feature films, Maite has also directed several documentaries, including “The Power of the Word”, “The Power of the Image”, and “The Power of the Dream”. She also directed the award-winning short film “Frontera”.

Maite’s work has been featured in numerous international film festivals, including Cannes, Berlin, San Sebastian, and Venice. She has also directed commercials for international brands such as Coca Cola, Samsung, and L’Oréal.

In 2017, Maite was awarded the Goya Award for Best Director for her feature film “La Vida Inesperada”. She has since gone on to direct her fourth feature film, “El Invierno”, which was released in 2018.

Maite Vaquero is a passionate filmmaker whose work is respected and admired by her peers. She has proven herself to be a talented director whose films have earned her numerous awards and recognitions. Maite’s work has made her one of the most respected directors in Spanish cinema.

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