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Valeria Vegas (Valencia, 1985) has a degree in Media Studies. She is a regular writer for Vanity Fair since 2015, and a frequent collaborator of other media such as Shangay, Solar Magazine, Candy, Readings or Jot Down.
She is the author of two books; ‘Great Actresses of Spanish Cinema’, edited by 8 y Medio and, more recently, ‘Neither bitch nor saint. Memories of La Veneno’, biography of the controversial television character. She directed the documentary Manolita, La Chen de Arcos, awarded as best Spanish documentary at LesGaiCineMad 2016; it gathers the testimony and experiences of the first transexual mother who managed to adopt in Spain. She has collaborated with the tv show El Legado (Canal Sur tv), destined to remember artists of yesteryear. Other collaborations include the inclusive Tinder spot, shot for Madrid’s World Pride, and more recently the show Yasss, produced by Mediaset for MtMad.
She is a regular guest on various talk-shows, such as El Congreso del Bienestar (The Congress of Welfare – SER radio)), the Trash Culture exhibit at La Térmica de Málaga, or Madrid’s Rizoma Festival.