Daniela Gómez

She is a Mexican screenwriter born in Cancun who also holds Spanish citizenship. She is a graduate from the Universidad de las Américas Puebla (UDLAP), she has a degree in Communication and a specialty in Audiovisual Media. As a complementary studies, she also holds a Master on Screenwriting for Film and Television from the Universidad Carlos III based in Madrid.

Her career began during her college years, when her first short script “Ladies’ Room” (“Baño de Mujeres”) was selected by the Mexican Film Festival “GIFF” (Guanajuato International Film Festival, 2012) where she took on the role of director and screenwriter. The next year (2013) her second short script “Aunque la muerte nos separe” (Although Death Do Us Part) was selected again, where she repeated her role as director.

This last experience serves her as a platform to join the team of the production company Adicta Films, where she holds the position of Writers’ Room Coordinator as well as Script Dr. of various projects in which the following stand out: “Don’t Blame the Kid” (“¿Qué Culpa Tiene el Niño?”) produced by Diamond Films, “Run Coyote Run” Season 1 and 2 produced by Fox. It is also in this production company where she writes her first television episode “A world for Lucas” (“Un mundo para Lucas” ) a children’s series for the Mexican channel Canal 11.

She has collaborated as a screenwriter with the production company Mr. Woo where she has developed several projects, including the series: “Niñas bien” inspired by the characters in Guadalupe Loaeza’s book, “El Hijo del capitán Trueno” project and original idea of ​​the acclaimed director Manolo Caro and the feature film “Temporada de huracanes” (“Hurricane Season”) adaptation of the book under the same title of the writer Fernanda Melchor which has already received several awards of cinematographic funds, “Las Viudas de los Jueves” adaptation of the book by Claudia Piñeiro and “Anónima” (NETFLIX).

She is currently collaborating with the production company Filmadora for the adaptation of a renowned Mexican novel for Netflix, with Woo Films, the Chilean production company Fábula and The inmigrant.