María Renée Prudencio

She studied Hispanic Literature at the University of Chile. She has lived in Mexico City for more than twenty years, where she works as an actress, screenwriter, translator and adaptor for film, television and theater.

As a screenwriter she has worked in different fields: in film she has collaborated with Francisco Franco in the script of the feature films “Quemar las naves”, released in 2007, and “Tercera llamada”, premiered at the Guadalajara Film Festival in 2013, work that earned them an Ariel in 2014 for best adapted screenplay. “Los adioses”, a feature film script of his authorship was selected to participate in the official selection of the Rome International Film Festival.

In television he has written series for Columbia Pictures and telenovelas for both TV Azteca and Televisa. His latest work for this medium was the adaptation of the Spanish series “El hotel de los secretos”, premiered by Televisa in 2015.

In theater his adaptations stand out such as the one he did for “Repentance” by Marcus Lindeen or “Privacy” by James Graham, which is currently in season at Los Insurgentes theater, starring Luis Gerardo Méndez and Diego Luna.

In 2020 he wrote the series “Coyote” for Paramount Network/Sony, and in recent years he has been developing several projects hand in hand with Lucía Puenzo, some for television and others for film.

She has also worked closely with Fábula, participating in two series, one of which is about to premiere and is about to start the development of the second season. She has several large projects in development. She is a writer with a lot of depth and a particular interest in social issues. However, she also enjoys writing fantasy, suspense, thrillers and science fiction.