Panel: South Women: A look at AAMMA professionals

9 October, 2023
17:00 - 18:00
Sala 2. Palacio de congresos

The event

South Women: An approach to AAMMA professionals’.

The main objective of this colloquium is to present the reality of women professionals in the Andalusian audiovisual sector, in the field of television fiction, through the careers and knowledge of the professionals involved in this colloquium, paying special attention to the colleagues who are part of AAMMA. The list of television productions in which AAMMA’s professionals have been involved will be discussed, a point of support to reflect on the advances in the sector and on the importance of collective awareness in the industry.

Through the most recent works of the different professionals:

Isa Sánchez, co-writer of ‘Segunda muerte’, an original production of Movistar +, and the adaptation of the novel ‘Cuando nadie nos ve’, for HBO, a series to be directed by Enrique Urbizu.

Rocío Sepúlveda, creator of the short film ‘Yogur’, which was in the official section of the 26th Malaga Festival and is currently in the distribution phase, as well as scriptwriter for TV entertainment programs.

Ana Graciani, her most recent work is the short film ‘Pompita’, presented at the III GENERAAMMA, an author who combines, like few others, playwriting with scriptwriting for television and film footage.

Ángeles Reiné, on the other hand, combines scriptwriting with directing, which allows us to get a closer look at the double perspective of the creator and director of different formats.

We will discuss the writing process for original productions, adaptations from paper to screen, as well as the new television languages and formats, their path and demands, while addressing the suppression of gender stereotypes in the development of scripts in the sector, at what point is the incorporation of the feminist agenda in television fiction, fiction porous to this issue by audience and subscription. How factors such as gender and age influence the construction of cross-cutting stories.


  • Cristina Consuegra
    Cristina Consuegra


  • Isa Sanchez
    Isa Sanchez
  • Ana Graciani
    Ana Graciani
  • Angels Reiné
    Angels Reiné
  • Rocio Sepulveda
    Rocio Sepulveda
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Cristina Consuegra

Cristina Consuegra is a cultural manager and specialist in cultural innovation. Responsible for the expanded programming of Festival de Málaga (Málaga de Festival), and responsible for Neópolis, section on Science and Technology of Festival de Málaga. Artistic Director of the Festival de Cine Flamenco y Etnográfico de Jerez. Responsible for the audiovisual program Torremolinos Cinema specialized in LGTBIq+ topics. Coordinator of the ‘Anverso/Reverso’ Cycle of the Cervantes Theater. Programmer of the ‘Encounters with Authors’ of the Culture Area of the City Council. of Malaga. Coordinator of the cycle on contemporary thought ‘El MAE se mueve’ organized by the Museo Andaluz de la Educación. He collaborates with literary programs with the Diputación de Málaga. Coordinator of the series ‘Encuentros en la Ría’ organized by the Huelva City Council. Coordinator of the colloquiums of the Alicante Book Fair in the 2021 and 2022 editions. Coordinator of the cycle ‘A qué suena’ of Las Tardes del Foro de la Diputación de Huelva. Collaborator of the Master in Cultural Management at Universidad Carlos III. Programmer of literary activities on feminist issues for different public and private entities. He collaborates in Canal Sur Radio with his own section in Días D Andalucía and with conversations in Secret Olivo and Igluu Magazine. He has an opinion column, La vida quieta, in El Español.

Isa Sanchez

After writing and directing several short films and documentaries, such as Trinidad Grund: una historia sumergida (Nora Films-Canal Sur, 2012), in 2014 she participated in the Official Selection of the Malaga Festival with 321 días en Michigan, co-written with director Enrique García, for which she was awarded the Biznaga Oficios del Cine the following year. He co-wrote with the same director two more feature films: Resort Paraíso (Puraenvidia Films, Encanta Films, 2018) and La mancha negra (Marila Films, 2020). In 2019, he signs Alegría with director Violeta Salama, a film co-produced by La Claqueta PC, Powehi Films and TVE, whose script is a finalist for the SGAE Julio Alejandro Screenplay Award. It is also one of the ten projects selected in 2020 for the Breaking Through The Lens support program at Cannes.

In television he has been part of the script team for the fourth season of El Ministerio del Tiempo, the crime thriller Malaka and the docufiction Centro Médico. He teaches screenwriting at the Escuela de Cine de la Comunidad de Madrid (ECAM) and at the universities of Málaga and Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. He is also a member of the short film selection committee of the Malaga Film Festival and the Film Academy.

Ana Graciani

Playwright, screenwriter and director. As a screenwriter, she wrote the feature films Para toda la muerte, El mundo es suyo (co-screenwriter) and La Boda, where she debuted as a director. She has also participated in TV movies, such as La Rueda, La Soledad del triunfo or Ciudadano Villanueva; and TV series such as Perdóname Señor or Entreolivos, where she was also script coordinator. He has written the screenplays for the documentaries, Elio (about Antonio de Nebrija), and Sembrando Sueños (about the Álvarez Quintero brothers). He also writes and directs short films, such as Where are the keys or Pompita. As a playwright and/or director, she has premiered and/or published more than 15 plays, among them El día del padre, El asesino de la regañá, Compadres para siempre, La ventana abierta, La carta perdida, A que voy yo y lo encuentro or Patente de Corso, adaptation of texts by Arturo Pérez-Reverte. She has several awards as a playwright.

She has been President of the SGAE Foundation. She is currently Institutional Director of Performing Arts and a member of the Board of Directors of SGAE. She is a founding member of the ACADEMIA DE CINE DE ANDALUCÍA, as well as the association CIMA, Andalusian screenwriters, directors and directors.

Angels Reiné

Director trained at the London Film School with over 25 years of international experience in advertising, film and TV series.

He began his career in advertising and debuted on TV directing the series “Dr. Mateo” for Antena 3.

His first feature film “Salir del Ropero” premiered at the Seminci 2019, the second “Héroes de Barrio”, at the Malaga Festival 2022 and became the highest grossing Andalusian film of the year.

He is currently collaborating with Bixagu entertainment, with a movie script “No Estamos Solos” to be filmed in 2024 and with a tv series “Tinta Urbana”.

Rocio Sepulveda

Graduated in film and TV scriptwriting at La factoría del guión in Madrid. With more than 15 short films distributed and awarded by several national festivals. The last one, “Yogurt”, in the official Malaga section of the Malaga Festival 2023.

Scriptwriter of the documentary “Y el verbo se hizo Cádiz” and editor of the second season of “Entre Compadres”, both for RTVA.

Selected with her fiction series BARRIO ASUNCIÓN in the III call of Cima Impulsa and Netflix and in I Generamma Fest. Series produced by Magnetika Films.

Co-writer of the fiction series “The Rock” selected in Dama ayuda 2021.

Selected in Europa Creative Media for the short film Querida Letizia, produced by Pecado Films and with the support of the Malaga Film Festival 2021. He is currently working on the development of the script for his first feature film, TREMENDAS, with Pecado Films. Awarded with the Excellent Screenplay seal by Filmarket Hub

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