Heli Speek (born Häili Speek, 1948) is an Estonian documentary filmmaker. She is best known for her award-winning documentary titled Metskuninganna. Translated, this title means "Forest Queen." Released in 1999, it is a 28-minute documentary about a woman who lives alone in an Estonian forest with her dogs. For the film, Ms. Speek won first prize for a documentary short at the 2000 Balticum Film Festival in Denmark and the Best Documentary Award at the 2000 Blue Sea Film Festival in Finland. Heli Speek is the daughter of Jaan Speek and Aino Võõbus. She was married to Estonian novelist Olev Remsu and has two daughters: Mari (born 1979) and Kadriliis (born 1981), as well as a grandson named Anti (born 2004).