Vítor Carvalho is a Portuguese director and screenwriter. He is best known for his work on films such as The Man Who Killed Don Quixote (2018) and The Grandmothers (2015).
Carvalho was born in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1977. He studied film and television at the University of Lisbon, graduating in 2000 with a degree in Cinema and Media Studies. After graduation, Carvalho worked as a freelancer for a number of television channels in Portugal, directing short films and documentaries.
In 2004, Carvalho directed his first feature film, The Grandmothers, which he wrote and produced himself. The film was a critical and commercial success in Portugal, winning several awards and garnering numerous nominations.
In 2007, Carvalho directed his second feature film, The Last Day of Summer. This film also received critical acclaim, winning several awards and nominations.
In 2012, Carvalho directed his third feature film, A Moment of Silence. The film was a box office success, and nominated for several awards.
In 2018, Carvalho directed his fourth feature film, The Man Who Killed Don Quixote. This film was a major success, winning several awards and garnering numerous nominations.
Throughout his career, Carvalho has been highly praised for his writing and directing style. His films are known for their strong visual style, and for their exploration of themes such as love, friendship, and death.
Carvalho currently lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. He has been married since 2004, and has two children. He is an active member of the Portuguese film industry, and continues to make films that explore the human condition.