Master class of Inés París Bouza (Cinema)
Inés París Bouza (Madrid; 1963) is a film director, film and television screenwriter and creator of Spanish Television series. She has been president of the Association of Women Filmmakers and Audiovisual Media (CIMA) and the first woman to hold the presidency of the SGAE Foundation, the General Society of Authors and Publishers of Spain.
She has collaborated with Daniela Fejerman in two films as co-directors and co-scriptwriters . My mother likes women (2002) with which she was nominated as best new director at the Goya 2003 and Semen Awards , a love story (2005 ).
In 2007 she made her first film as a solo director, of which she is also a screenwriter, Miguel and William.
In 2013 he directed a documentary film about the situation of African women in Spain that he called apples, chickens and chimeras . His next feature film was The Night My Mother Killed My Father, of which she is a screenwriter and director.
In 2017 it has been focused on the creation of a new project together with Daniel Écija, the Spanish Television series The accident.
Duration: 60 minutes
Capacity: 50 people
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