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Verónica Fernández
Verónica Fernández
Was born in Vinuesa (Soria) in 1971. She received a Degree in Filología Hispánica [Spanish Philology] from the Complutense University in Madrid in 1996 and graduated from the Escuela de Cine y del Audiovisual de la Comunidad de Madrid in 1998, after specialising in Scriptwriting. In addition to being the author of texts for theatre, she is a scriptwriter for television and cinema, a novelist, and a teacher of script writing and dramaturgy.
She is author of the following plays, among others: Dos [Two] (1992); Vía estrecha [Narrow Way] (1994); Trabajos de amor perdidos [Lost Works of Love] (1997); Presas [Ensnared] (2006), with Ignacio del Moral; y Sonata de rencor [Sonata of Bitterness] (2007), with Ignacio del Moral.
As scriptwriter for cinema she collaborated in the script for El Bola [The Pellet] (2000), directed by Achero Mañas.
As scriptwriter for television she has been involved in the following series: A las once en casa [Be Home at Eleven], TVE, 1999–2000; Condenadas a entenderse [Girls Condemned to Understand], Antena 3 TV, 2000; Raquel busca su sitio [Raquel is Looking for her Place], TVE, 2001–2002; El Comisario [The Superintendent], Telecinco, 2002–2003; Cuéntame [Tell Me], TVE, 2003–2005; Hospital Central [Central Hospital], Telecinco, 2005–2006; Korta-t, canal Cuatro, 2006; Siete días al desnudo [Seven Days Laid Bare], canal Cuatro, 2006; MIR [Resident], Telecinco, 2007; y Síndrome de Ulises [Ulysses Syndrome], Antena 3 TV, 2007–2008.
As a novelist she has published De qué va esto del amor [What is this Love Business all About?] (2001) and Descalza por la vida [Barefoot Throughout Life] (2007) both with Yolanda García Serrano.
She received the Premio Destino Guión [Destino Prize for Scriptwriting], 2001.
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