Una reflexión activa sobre la violencia machista.

On September 4 and 5 , from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Palacio del Condestable in Pamplona , Lola's Workshop: The Screenplay Experience with Lola Mayo will take place. In this script workshop, Lola Mayo will lead twenty people in the writing of their short film scripts. It doesn't matter the experience or the age, just the story you have in mind. Each script will be born from a short synopsis (300 words) that must be attached to the registration form. Lola Mayo will provide the tools and knowledge necessary to guide these stories to become fictional scripts of ten to fifteen pages. How to structure a short film, basic script tricks and dialogues, among other things, will be the subject of this workshop. To register and go to the selection process, fill in the form that appears in the Script Workshop section on our website and send it to the email address 


  • Ages: No limits.

  • No. of people: 20

  • Experience: The trajectory will be valued (value letter of interest).

  • No. of pages and genre: 10-15min. The themes of the festival will be evaluated.

  • Hours: Friday 4 and Saturday 5 September from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Palacio de Condestable.

  • No. of hours: 8 hours

  • Price: € 30

  • Idea:  Short film synopsis. 300 words.

  • Letter of interest:  200 words.



The creation of short film about the current situation of global pandemic.

Screenwriter, producer and film teacher. He has obtained the Reina Sofía Prize for Journalism. He teaches the Carlos III University of Madrid, the ECAM, the Madrid Film Institute, the Lusófona University of Lisbon and Hamilton College in the United States.


She directs the Feminist Laboratory of Documentary Creation at the Francesca Bonnemaison Center in Barcelona. She is a programmer for the DocumentaMadrid and Alcine festivals. For three years, he coordinated the Documentary Chair at the San Antonio de los Baños Film School in Cuba.


Its production company, Lolita Films , has been dedicated to creating auteur cinema for more than 20 years. He is currently a teacher in the Cinema in Course program, teaching film in public schools.

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