Yolanda García Serrano has won the National Prize for Dramatic Literature 2018 for her work "Corre!". The prize, awarded by the Ministry of Culture and Sports, is endowed with 20,000 euros. The jury has chosen this work for "its great dramatic force, its emotion, its creation of characters that portray the eternal battle between beings and their environment, for being a dramatic literature bridge between the most traditional forms and the newest forms and, mainly, for its resolution of the difficult problem of the temporal evolution of history ".
Run! is more than the title of this work of Yolanda García Serrano (Madrid, 1958), it is an order, an appeal, a cry of anguish but also of a push, of last effort. Running ends up being the only way out for both, The COUNTRY had the reason for the premiere of the work.
García studied Public Relations and interpretation. Some time later he studied audiovisual and cinematographic narrative, as well as film direction. From that moment he combined writing for film, television and theater. Some of the series in which he has participated as a screenwriter are Pharmacy open, All men are the same, Summer grandmother Y Clara Campoamor.
In cinema he has participated in the scripts of Why they call it love when they want to say sex, All men are the same (Goya to the best script), Love seriously harms the health, Queens Y Mediterranean diet, among others. Further. has written and co-directed feature films Love of man Y KM. 0, both winners at festivals in Miami, Los Angeles and Turin.