María Renée Prudencio

María Reneé studied Hispanic Literature at Universidad de Chile. For over two decades she’s been living in Mexico City, where she works as an actress, screenwriter, translator and adaptator, of film, TV and theater.

As a screenwriter she has worked in several areas: she collaborated with Francisco Franco on the script for the films Quemar las naves (2007) and Tercera llamada (premiered in Guadalajara in 2013), for which they won an Ariel Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. Los Adioses (The Eternal Feminine), a script by María Reneé directed by Natalia Beristáin was premiered at the Morelia International Film Festival in 2017 and later shown at Cinema Roma.

For TV she has written series for Columbia Pictures and soap operas for both TV Azteca and Televisa. Her last work for TV was the adaptation of the spanish series El hotel de los secretos, broadcasted by Televisa in 2015. She is currently developing new series.

For the stage she has written adaptations such as Arrepentidos by Marcus Lindeen and Privacidad by James Graham, which had a successful run at Teatro Insurgentes, starring Luis Gerardo Méndez and Diego Luna.