PhD in Film and Media Studies at the University of Valencia and lecturer on the bilingual degree course in Film and Media Studies at the Carlos III University in Madrid, where she forms part of the Tecmerin group (Television-Cinema: memory, representation and industry). She has spent time carrying out research at New York University (Tisch School of the Arts and Department of Spanish and Portuguese Languages and Literatures) and at the Paris-Sorbonne University (CRIMIC, Centre for Interdisciplinary Research into the Contemporary Iberian World) and has written the books, El cuerpo y la voz de Margarita Alexandre (Tecmerin, 2016), Spain is US: la guerra civil española en el cine del Popular Front (1936-1939) (PUV, 2013) and Ser o no ser. Ernst Lubitsch (Paidós, 2005), and co-edited the collective work, Piedra, papel y tijera: el collage en el cine documental (Ocho y medio, 2009). She is currently a member of the editorial board at Kamchatka. Revista de análisis cultural.
Last update of this profile: 2021