Pilar Miro worked on a variety of projects during her entertainment career. In 1966, she was the first woman to direct dramas for Spanish TV. In 1979, she directed "El Crimen de Cuenca," which was censored in Spain for two years for depicting torture scene by Spanish government police. In 1975, she directed her first feature-length film. Miro began her entertainment career directing independent films, including early work on the drama "La Peticion" (1976) with Ana Belen, "The Crime of Cuenca" (1979) and "Gary Cooper, Que Estas en los Cielos" (1981). She continued to work in film in the eighties and the nineties, directing motion pictures like "Hablamos Esta Noche" (1982), the drama "Werther" (1986) with Eusebio Poncela and "Prince of Shadows" (1991) with Terence Stamp. She also appeared in the Mercedes Sampietro drama "The Bird of Happiness" (1993) and the comedic adaptation "El Perro del Hortelano" (1996) with Emma Suarez. Miro last directed "Tu Nombre Envenena Mis Suenos" (1996). Miro passed away in October 1997 at the age of 57.