Luciano Quilici was born in Buenos Aires in 1974. During his childhood he lived in Italy, and went back to Argentina in 1984.
In his teens he started studying theatre (acting, actors’ direction, staging, scenography, with renowned theatre personalities/teachers). His theatre education was completed when he was Alberto Ure’s trainee, and became his assistant director for four (4) years. When he was 18 to 24 years old, he started directing his own works.
He was one of Landia founders in the year 2000. Landia is an advertising production company, and throughout the years it has established a solid and renowned advertising image worldwide.
As a partner-producer and director of his own spots, he has produced numerous spots in Argentina, Italy, Spain, the United States, and Mexico. His spots have conquered awards in worldwide festivals. In the 2007 Cannes advertising festival, he was one of the worldwide directors who conquered the New Talent Award (this award is granted to the young directors with the greatest creative potential).
In the beginning of 2007 he founded the FOLK production company, specialized in visual arts, and is currently developing cinematographic, theatrlcal and photographic projects. In 2008 he wrote, directed and opened the play Los Quiero a Todos (I Love All of You) in the Beckett Theatre.
He just recently completed production of his first feature film based on his play “Los Quiero a Todos.”