Curro Royo

Scenic Rights is the audiovisual co-agency of Curro Royo.

Francisco Javier Royo Fernández was born in 1966 in Zaragoza (Spain), better known as Curro Royo, is a cinema and TV screenwriter.

Royo made his television debut in the VIP Noche de Telecinco competition, created in 1990 by Daniel Écija and directed by Emilio Aragón. He later joined the scriptwriting team of Médico de familia and Periodistas, which marked his way into fiction writing.

He later became director of fiction content in Boca Boca, and he performed as the co-executive producer in El Comisario.

From the year 2000, he decided to venture into the world of cinema by writing El arte de morir, Más es menos and Trece campanadas. 

He is known mainly for his works in series like the longeva Cuéntame cómo pasó, Periodistas, Médico de familia and Las aventuras del capitán Alatriste.



In addition to his work as a screenwriter, Curro has developed teaching work at the Universidad Menéndez y Pelayo, Universidad CEU San Pablo and Carlos III University, where he also coordinates the Carlos III-ALMA Screenwriting Master’s Degree in Television and Film. He has also lectured at the Instituto de Cine de Madrid and several courses at the ALMA Writers Guild.