Gaby Tagliavini

She holds a degree in Film Directing from the American Film Institute (AFI) in Los Angeles.

Gabriela Tagliavini has written and directed seven feature films, several television series and has won several awards as best director at international film festivals. Two of the films she directed in Mexico opened #1 at the box office in Mexico and the film she directed in Madrid is the most watched Spanish film on Netflix Spain in 2019.

For her first feature film “La mujer que todo hombre quiere”, Tagliavini was recognized as best director and was selected in several film festivals including New York and the official selection of the festival in Munich, Germany and Mar del Plata, Argentina.

Her second film, ¨Ladies’ Night,” produced by Disney/Buena Vista, became the #1 film at the box office in Mexico in all of 2004, won 3 MTV awards and its Sony soundtrack went Platinum in sales.

Her third feature film that she directed for the Viacom/VH1/MTV company was titled “30 días hasta que sea famosa” and Madonna was the executive producer. For this film, Tagliavini was nominated for Best Director at the Alma Awards in the USA.

Her fourth film “Sin hombres” stars Eva Longoria, Christian Slater, Kate del Castillo, Oscar Nunez, Maria Conchita Alonso and Paul Rodriguez. This film was distributed in 25 countries around the world.

His fifth film, “Border Run” starred Sharon Stone, Miguel Rodarte, Giovanna Zacarias and Manolo Cardona. It premiered in the USA on STARZ and in 15 other countries and had its premiere at the Guadalajara Film Festival. It was nominated for best film of the year by the Imagen Awards (at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel, where the Golden Globes are held).

Her sixth feature film, “Como cortar a tu patán”, starring Christopher Ukerman, Mariana Treviño, Sebastian Zurita and Camila Sodi, opens number one at the Mexican box office in October 2017. For this film Gabriela was nominated for best director and best film at the Imagen awards.

As a screenwriter, Gabriela made the adaptation of Luis Buñuel’s classic film “Belle de Jour” and a re-write of the “Cantinflas” film. She also directed Mike Tyson for AMBI Group. Her last film as writer and director, “A Pesar de Todo,” starred Blanca Suarez, Amaia Salamanca, Belén Cuesta, Macarena Garcia, Marisa Paredes, Carlos Barden, Maxi Iglesias, Juan Diego and Rossy de Palma. It was released worldwide in 190 countries in May 2019 and was the most watched film of the year in Spanish language on Netflix Spain.

In 2018, she wrote a bible and pilot for Amazon Studios as writer, director and executive producer (showrunner). Previously, she concluded the adaptation of the best-seller “The Anatomist” for HBO and the pilot of another series for Argos and Telemundo. In 2019, he directed the pilot and 4 episodes of “Claramente” for Clarovideo. In 2020, she wrote the series “Divas” for Sony Latin America. Gabriela is now finishing post-production on the series “Casa Grande”, a thriller for Warner Brothers.

Recently, Gaby finished filming her upcoming, as-yet-unnamed Christmas rom com for Netflix