Tania Tinajero was born in Morelia, Mexico. She studied Screenwriting at the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (CCC) in Mexico City and received a Master’s degree in Screenwriting from the Fundación de Investigación Audiovisual (FIA) in Valencia, Spain. Her short film Malos presagios
won the 1st
National Competition for Short Film Projects launched by the Mexican Film Institute (IMCINE), and was screened in several international festivals. She was the recipient of a grant from both the Mexican Endowment for Culture and the Arts (FONCA) and the IMCINE. Her feature script Verano
was selected to participate in the 5th
Script Workshop Alejandro Galindo. Tania currently lives in Mexico City, where she works as a screenwriter for several TV series.
Hotel Morrison — After the death of their Anthropology Professor during a study trip, a group of students transports the body back to Mexico City.