Pandora da Cunha Telles
Daughter of Portuguese producer António da Cunha Telles, who launched the Cinema Novo movement, she graduated in Political Science and International Relations, but opted to work in film and television production.
She worked at UniPortugal, Animatógrafo, and Filmes de Fundo before founding Ukbar Filmes with Argentinian
Pablo Iraola. She’s a member of the European Producers Club and of the European Film Academy, and former
President of the APCA. As a producer, the following films stand out: “Kiss Me”, by father António Cunha Telles,
“How to Draw a Perfect Circle”, by Marco Martins, “Florbela”, by Vicente Alves do Ó, “A Corte do Norte”, by João
Botelho, and “ The Soldier Milhões”, by Gonçalo Galvão Teles and Jorge Paixão da Cost