Goya Award for Best Screenplay for ‘Take My Eyes’ in 2004, which she wrote together with Icíar Bollaín and for which she received the award for Best European Screenplay in the same year. She began her career as a screenwriter with ‘Pídele cuentas al rey’ (José Antonio Quirós, 1999), a film that won the Audience Award at the 44th edition of Seminci. She would then go on to write the script for titles such as ‘Without You’ (Raimon Masllorens, 2006), ‘La vida empieza hoy’ (Laura Mañá, 2010; Critics’ Award at the Málaga Festival) or the TVmovie ‘22 ángeles’ (Miguel Bardem, 2016 ). Also in 2016 she released ‘Rosa’s Wedding’, co-written with Iciar Bollaín and Special Jury Prize at the Málaga Festival. She has also written the script for ‘La cerda’, currently in pre-production stage (Pecado Films). In the field of TV fiction, she prepares sales bibles and reports for TandemFilms and GloboMedia.
She has written the books ‘Nunca mientas a un idiota’ (“Never Lie to an Idiot”, 2012) and ‘Matad al guionista… y acabaréis con el cine’ (“Kill the screenwriter … and you will kill cinema”(2000). She began working for the stage with the cabaret show ‘For Sale’ (Teatros Luchana), which was followed by the play ‘Mentes desordenadas’ (La Casa Encendida). She directs, together with Carolina Román, the acting and drama workshop ‘Desenterrados’, at the Teatro del Barrio. As a film director, she debuted with the documentary ‘La cabeza de José’ (2016), about the dramaturgical research conducted by José Sanchis Sinisterra, and with Mabel Lozano she has written the scripts for the documentaries ‘New Girls 24 Hours’ (2015) and ‘El Proxeneta – Paso corto, mala leche’ (2018). She has also participated in the script of the collective documentary ‘Yo decido. El tren de la libertad’ (2014).