Verónica Fernández (Vinuesa, 1971) is a graduate in Spanish Studies and has a diploma in Screenwriting from ECAM (the Film and Audiovisual School of the Autonomous Region of Madrid).
Over more than 20 years as a professional in the audiovisual sector, she has worked as a screenwriter, showrunner, script coordinator and executive producer for a number of TV series, including: Hache, Hospital Central, Cuéntame cómo pasó, El Comisario and A las once en casa.
Outside the world of TV, she has written screenplays for a number of feature films. The last two were: Ismael, directed by Marcelo Piñeyro, and Marsella by Belén Macías.
She teaches in ECAM and contributes to the Master’s in Screenwriting at Carlos III University of Madrid.
She has also published three novels: De qué va eso del amor (Destino, 2001) and Descalza por la vida (Roca, 2007) co-written by Yolanda García Serrano, and Lope (Temas de hoy, 2010), based on the film of the same name.
At present she is Content Director of Netflix Spain.
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