Veronica Triana

VERÓNICA TRIANA

Content director

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BROCHURE DRAMAX 29_03_2019

Awards and recognitions

2016

DARLA

Screenwriter for the script that won the FDC’s Proimimages Colombia development grant.

2013

Comando Élite

Winner of the India Catalina award for best adaptation of screenplays.

2010 y 2012

Retrato de familia con Papá Noel

Winner of the scholarship of the 17th Screenwriting Laboratory, sponsored by the Sundance Institute in Mexico and selected to take part in the Producer’s Lab at the Rotterdam Festival, Holland.

2009

Pantaleón y las Visitadoras

In New York, the play was worthy of eight ACE awards and five HOLA awards.

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Doña Flor y sus dos maridos

Winner of four HOLA awards.

Film, literature and television

2019

Los Briceño

Plot design and scripts for the series for Caracol Televisión in co-production with Netflix.

2019

Verdad Oculta

Adaptation and design of the series together with Pedro Miguel Rozo. Based on the book Una Verdad Oscura by Germán Castro Caycedo.

2015

Que viva la música

Director of development of the film.

2013

Comando Élite

Head of development and part of the team of writers of the series based on the book by Germán Castro Caycedo “Objective 4” and produced for the RCN channel.

2010

Retrato de familia con Papá Noel

Co-wrote the film script with Carlos Mario Urrea, an adaptation of the homonymous story by the writer Antonio García. Winner of a grant from the 17th Screenwriting Laboratory, sponsored by the Sundance Institute in Mexico.

2010

ROA

Director of development of the film.

2006-2010

Development director

Development director of the renowned film and television production company Dynamo, in the development of several film projects that won important recognitions in their development stage.

2006-2008

Producer of the script workshops

Producer of the script workshops held in Bogotá with Linda Seger and Ken Dancyger.

2006

Esto huele mal

Scriptwriter assistant for Jorg Hiller, in the film directed by Jorge Alí Triana and based on the novel by Fernando Quiroz.

2004-2005

Head of development

Worked as head of development of different Colombian films with the production company Patofeo Films, among them “Perro come Perro” (Sundance, 2008), “La sangre y la lluvia” (Venice Film Festival, 2009), and the animated short film “El Último golpe del caballero” premiered in the cinemas of Cine Colombia.

2000-2005

Toma Cinco​

Founder and director of the three versions of the Video Festival in Bogotá.

Theater

2009 y 2015

La fiesta del chivo

Made the adaptation of the musical to the theater for the Spanish Repertory in New York and the Cafam theater in Bogotá.

2003 y 2007

La fiesta del chivo

Made the adaptation to the theater of the play by Mario Vargas Llosa. It premiered a year later at the National Theater in Bogotá and at the British Theater in Lima, Peru.

2006-2010

Doña Flor y sus dos maridos

Made the adaptation to the theater of the play based on the novel by Jorge Amado. Premiered at the Spanish Repertory Theater. It was also premiered at the Arlequín Theater in Bogotá.

Graduated in Literature from the Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá, worthy of the ALBAN scholarship to pursue a Master’s Degree in Film and Television Script at the Pontifical University of Salamanca, Spain. She has combined her career participating as development director and writer in different fields such as literature, film, theater, and television. She is currently the content director in Dramax.