Tatiana Saavedra




Tatiana Saavedra holds a degree in Cinema, Video, and Multimedia Communication. She participated in the European competition ‘Cinema and Industry Alliance for Knowledge,’ where she achieved first place in the categories of ‘Best Idea,’ ‘Best Project,’ and ‘Business Plan’ with a documentary series. Her cinematic creations have garnered acclaim at national and international film festivals, notably her 2011 Zon Award-winning work, ‘White Board.’ In 2017, she achieved directorial excellence with ‘Stillness in the Intensity of the Colors,’ premiered at DocLisboa. Venturing into television, she authored and directed the debut 5-episode series ‘Hello, how are you feeling?’ for RTP in 2020. Additionally, she crafted a 14-episode documentary series for Brazil's Globo channel, spotlighting Portuguese Singers.

Beyond her cinematic pursuits, Tatiana's photography has been showcased in prestigious national and international magazines and galleries; being that her latest exhibition was with ImageNation Paris. She was also the recipient of Sophia Awards’ first prize, thanks to the photograph that featured on the film poster for ‘Gold on Blue’.

Tatiana is a member of the Hans Lucas studio and currently works as a photography professor at the Institute of Cultural Production and Image (IPCI). Additionally, she is a member of Canva's photography team, contributing to the creation of diverse and inclusive content.

  • Press & Interviews

Dodho Magazine Our Culture Mag - VOGUE - Newspaper Libération - PARQ Magazine - Atoms Photography - Público - Revista PRIMA  - Revista RUA -  Analogue Magazine - Curated by Girls -Container Love - Artes & Contextos - FALCON Magazine - Cherry Deck - Art Fucks Me - Art Digest - Shoot Film Magazine - Photo Cinematica - Nightwalker Magazine - Kluid Magazine - World View Magazine - Eecstaticc - Nihao Portugal - The WalkMan Magazine - Mull it Over - Nasty Magazine - 9lives Magazine - Classics Magazine - Gerador - Concetta Magazine - TOP POSTERS – - Ramona - New Men - International-Culture - Fisheye Magazine - ArtAboutMagazine-analog - UandArts Pornceptual

  • Exhibitions
Curated By Girls 2022 - Lisbon

ImageNation Paris 2021/2023 - Paris

  • Festivals

DocLisboa – Olhares do Mediterrâneo – Cinema no Feminino – Festival Giacometti
– Vistacurta – WOMAN Media Arts and Film Festival – Baghdad International Film Festival (BIFF) – Festival International du Documentaire – Femina – Shortcutz Lisboa- 8a Mostra do Documentário Português – XIV Encontros de Cinema de Viana – Prémio PrimeiroOlhar – Curta Arruda – Out of the Box, Arte & Cinema – ArtFemme, Artes no Feminino – Prémio ZON – Best Short Film – Fantasporto – Ciclo “Curto” de Cinema Português – Over&Out – PUFF Film Festival – Selection Porto7 -Festival AVANCA – 3a Edição do Curtas e Vinho Verde – 9500 Cineclube – Curtas em flagrante – Festival de Cinema e Curtas do Parque – Frame Canon Portugal – Ensaios Visuais Caminhos do Cinema Português- Exposição Condicionamento, Museu da Cidade – Next Reel International Film Festival – Ópera Prima en Corto
– TAU International Film Festival – Summer Nights Series, Washington Square – Festival de Cinema de Cabo Verde – Fest A ́Film, festival du Film Lusophone – Porto7 – 3a Edição do Curtas e Vinho Verde