Deborah Vukusic:


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A graduate in Hispanic Philology from the University of Alcalá and in Dramatic Arts from RESAD, she has published several books, including “Guerra de identidad” (2008, 2009 Baile del Sol, 2019 Delirio) with each new edition featuring expanded content, and “Perversiones y ternuras” (2009). Fragments of her works have been translated into four languages. She has contributed to over a dozen collections of poetry and short stories and has participated in numerous international festivals (France, Greece, Croatia, Brazil, Colombia). In addition to being a poet, she works as an actress (in film, theater, and television), screenwriter, playwright, director, and presenter. She hosted and wrote for “Máis Retranca” (2013-2014), a humor program for TVG, directed and wrote the script for the radio drama “Derbi Love: Shakespeare para Hooligans” (2015, Radio Marca), an adaptation of the radio novel of Romeo and Juliet, and “TOP 10” (2007), a musical magazine for Localia. She co-directed, produced, and wrote for the web series “Joke Business” (2012-2014). She is the director and screenwriter of the short film “PINGAS” (2017) and the director, set designer, and co-author of the micro-theater play “Sorpresa” (2018). She also directed the #NOFILTER project at the X Trobada de Creació a Magalia de la Xarxa de Teatres Alternatius. In 2021, she wrote and directed the documentary “As rebeldes do viño” (Sustainability Award, MOST 20202) with Zinqin Audiovisual and the play “Ingobernable” (FITO, 2022). She collaborates monthly with the magazine Versión Original. She received the Best Actress Jury Award at the Festival de Cans (2014), the special mention from the Jury 77 Selectivo UNICA del CEC for the short film “3-1=0,” and the Artabriño for Best Actress for “Paixón.”