Leticia Agudo

 

Company name: Whackala

E-mail: leticia@whackala.com

Tel: +353 (0) 87 288 5410

Bio

 

Leticia Agudo´s life and career has taken her from Seville in Spain to Ireland and from theatre to film. She went to the UK at 17 to pursue an education and career in the theatre and in 1997 moved to Dublin and co-founded Common Currency Theatre Company. After three years directing and producing for the stage, she went back into education, obtaining a Masters in Film Production by DIT to fulfil a life-long inclination to telling stories visually. Since then she directed and edited fiction shorts and worked as production manager.

 

 

 

In 2006 she founded Whackala with Paul McGrath to produce their own projects. Their first was the award-winning documentary After the Revolution for Spanish Canal Sur TV, which Leticia directed and edited, followed by the award-winning short doc Forty Foot. She has just finished her first feature doc as co-director, City Wild, and is currently finishing two new docs for Irish broadcasters and is developing a new international documentary with Spain´s Imago Producciones. She is a member of the European Documentary Network, and of Screen Producers Ireland with Whackala.

Awards
 
Forty Foot

 

2009, Best Film, International Documentary Challenge (Hot Docs, Canada).

 

2009 Best Irish Short Documentary & Audience Award, Strangers Than Fiction, Dublin

 

 

After the Revolution

 

2009 Best Film NodoDocFest, Italy.

Filmography

 

Refuge
2017 Live-Action 20'
 
Slow

Documentary 70’

 
Land of Amber

2014 Documentary 52’ 

 
City Wild

2013 Documentary 82’/52’ 

 
Forty Foot

2009 Documentary 9’ 

 
After the Revolution

2008 – Documentary 52’

 

Showreel

 

Leticia Agudo Vimeo (password provided upon request)