Natalia Agudelo Campillo is a Colombian entrepreneur, producer, creative director and founder of MadLove. She holds a B.A. in Social Communication with an emphasis in Audiovisual Production from the Javeriana University in Bogotá. In 2008 she founded MadLove, a production company which has co-produced films such as Nadie nos mira (Nobody’s Watching)
, by Julia Solomonoff, winner of the Best Actor Award at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, or Los días de la ballena (Days of the Whale)
, by Catalina Arroyave, which premiered at the 2019 SXSW film festival, where it was awarded the CherryPicks First Feature Special Recognition. MadLove has become a creative studio which develops, manages and produces high-impact content and experiences such as feature films, series, music videos, events and large-scale productions. With MadLab she has developed training activities in partnership with the Javeriana University, such as The Series Lab, the Diploma in International Management and Financing of Audiovisual Projects or the Creative Production Workshop. She served as General Producer of the Bogotá Audiovisual Market (BAM) from 2012 to 2017 and has taught Production at the International School of Film and Television (EICTV) in Cuba and the “Tengo una Película” workshops of Proimágenes Colombia, among many others. Natalia is currently leading the MadLove writers’ room and researching and developing her first project as a screenwriter and director: Go-Go Girls
Go-Go Girls — Colombia, 1970: A group of activist girls become involved in the disappearance of two comrades at the hands of the State in the midst of riots protesting fraud in the presidential elections. In a race against time and a journey through the counterculture and social movements of the time, they discover the power of collective utopia and the meaning of the feminist struggle.