Tiago Guedes graduated in Filmmaking from the New York Film Academy. He attended the Directing of Actors course with Patrick Tucker, at Raindance London. He developed several projects for television and cinema, and he directed several television series, television films and feature films of great success within the audiences.
His first feature film, “Blood Curse” (2005), codirected with Frederico Serra, was part of the official selection of festivals such as Hamburg International Short Film festival, Sitges Film Festival and Busan, the most important film festival of Asian cinema. “Blood Curse” was also at Turim Film Festival, amongst other genre festivals. In Portugal, “Blood Curse” was the opening film at Fantasporto 2006, whilst part of the Competition. The film was released on DVD in Spain, France and USA.
The feature film “Noise” (2008), also codirected with Frederico Serra, was selected for several international film festivals, such as the Official Competition at San Sebastián Film Festival - section “Zabaltegi-Tabakalera”; the Official Selection at the Cartagena International Film Festival, awarded with the Best First Work Prize and the Best Actor Prize; the Turim Film Festival – Official Selection, winner of the Ciputti Prize for Best Film; and São Paulo International Film Festival, amongst others.
“The Domain” (2019) is his most ambitious project, whose script was written in collaboration with Rui Cardoso Martins.