Monika Revilla

Monika is a graduate from the MA in Literature of the Escuela de Letras de Madrid. 

She wrote the series La casa de las flores for Netflix, a comedy about a disfunctional family, created by Manolo Caro and starring Verónica Castro, Cecilia Suárez and Aislinn Derbez.

She has also written the historical dramas Malinche and Juana Inés -for which she won a Pantalla de Cristal award-, about the life of the poet Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, for Canal Once. 

Monika has also written several documentaries for TV, broadcasted by Canal 22 and Discovery Channel, and also documentaries for the cinema. Café, directed by Hatuey Viveros is the portrait of a nahua family in the mountains of Puebla. It won the Kukulkán Prize at the Riviera Maya Film Festival and Best Film at Visions du Reel and the Biarritz Film Festival, among others.

She is currently working on the feature La manzana de Adán, for which she was elected to participate in the Sundance Mexico workshop held by Bertha Navarro; and El baile de los 41, for which she was awarded a grant by FONCA.