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Maria Ines Manchego's most recent feature film, "Uproar," premiered at TIFF 2023 to positive reviews. Her next project is a collaboration with Piki Films on the upcoming film "We were dangerous," set to be released early 2024. In addition, her short films have been featured at renowned festivals worldwide, including Sundance, Berlin, BFI, TIFF, Palm Springs, MiFF, and SXSW.

She completed her master's degree in Cinematography at 'The American Film Institute' and was the recipient of the Jane Campion CineFem Scholarship from the New Zealand Film Commission.

Maria Ines's commercial work has received acknowledgment from notable figures in the industry, including Best Ads, Shots Awards, Axis Awards, and Ciclope.

Her body of work also includes feature films “Pulp”, "Mothers of the Revolution," "The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F#ck," "Vermilion,” “Love Story” and "Maui's Hook," all of which demonstrate her adaptability and her cinematic storytelling which strives to connect with audiences.

She has been recognized by the New Zealand Cinematography Society with multiple awards for her narrative , documentary and commercial work. And was recently accredited by the NZCS.

She holds passports for the US & NZ.