Mayra Noelia Bottero was born in 1986 in Buenos Aires. She graduate as an Image and Sound Designer at University of Buenos Aires.
Since 2007 she Works in audiovisual content of diverses aesthetics and formats, in the área of production and Project development.
In 2009 she joined Gema Films, a production house dedicated to autor films. Here she coordinate the production of films such as “Vivan las Antipodas” by Victor Kossakovsky and “327 cuadernos” by Andres Di Tella, among others.
Mayra is the producer of the documentary feature films “El Espanto” by Pablo Aparo and Martín Benchimol (2017), a film that received the Best Mid Lenght Documentary award at the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam, IDFA. She is also a producer of “Extramuros” by Liv Zaretzky (2017), and “Photographic Memory” by Pablo Pintor.
In 2015 she directed “Rain is also not seeing you”, a documentary about the tragedy of Cromañón.
"A faraway house" is her first fiction film as a writer and director.
Mayra teachs the subjects Theory and Aesthetics of Media of the Image and Sound Design carrer at University of Buenos Aires. She also teachs in the same University for graduateds the seminar of Documentary Production "Narrating the real". Also she is profesor of the subjects Script III and Script V at the Cievyc film school.
Mayra is a member of Colectivo de Cineastas.