Vila Nova de Famalicão, Portugal 1983. Lives and works in Porto, Portugal.
Tânia Dinis holds a Masters degree in Contemporary Artistic Practices
from FBAUP, 2015 and a n undergraduatedegree in Theater Studies, Acting, from ESMAE,
2006. In 2013, she directed her first short, Não são favas, são feijocas (They
are not fava beans, they are runner beans), which won multiple awards in festivals. She also directed Arco da Velha (2015), winning two awards at Super
Off and Curta 8, Brazil, dedicated to Super 8 film; a video-installation Linha (2016), Teresa, Laura (2017), which was awarded the prize for best short at
Arquivo em Cartaz – Festival Internacional de Cinema de Arquivo – Brazil and
Armindo e a Câmara Escura.
She also directed in collaboration with Isabel Costa, the show Álbum de Família (Family Album), and is continually developing the project Imaginário Familiar – Arquivo de Família (Family Imagination – A Family