Guillermo Roques is a filmmaker who has been directing, shooting, and editing narrative and documentary films and videos for ten years.
Originally from Valencia, Spain, Guillermo moved to Denver, US, in 2013 and has worked for companies from Europe, Canada, US, New Zealand and Australia.
Guillermo received his bachelor’s degree in journalism at UCH University in Valencia and a diploma of European Journalism for advanced European students by the European Universities of Aarhus (Denmark) and Utrech (Holland). He also has a Masters of Film Scriptwriting by the UIMP International University.
As a producer and director, Guillermo created the video production company ERREqueERRE (2011-2012) with Rosa Izquierdo. During that time, they directed the short film “Pianola,” which was awarded Best Movie and Best Actress at the Fediscovi International Festival, as well as the Public Award at Quartmetratges 2013. It has also been selected in over a dozen national and international festivals.
He has been awarded for his scripts “Empty Set” (1st Place – Quartmetratges 2010), “The Tow-truck” (Creative Writing – Valencia-Bancaixa 2011), “OMNI” (2nd Place – Quartmetratges 2013), and the short film “Disculpa (Inquiet 2008).