Raquel Marques (Porto, 1979) graduated in Communication Sciences at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, New University of Lisbon and specialized in variant Cinema. In 2015 she did the Creation Documentary Masters at the University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona).
She directed the documentaries The House I Want in 2010 and All the Days of Our Lives in 2015 with Joana Frazão, produced by Terratreme Filmes, as well as the short films Bellies in 2005 and De pequeña quiero ser in 2014.
Usually lives in Barcelona where she conducts analysis workshops and film production in collaboration with the cooperative Drac Màgic. Since 2010 she has worked in different documentary projects, including Trading Cities by Luisa Homem and Pedro Pinho (direct sound), Amb Titol by Neus Ballús (realization assistant), Fugir de l’Oblit by Abel Moreno (editor assistant).
She is a founding member of analog film association Laboratorio Reversible, created in Barcelona in 2014.