Cesar Deneken is Director, Actor, Dramaturg and a Cultural Manager.
He has a degree in Drama; and has completed the period of the Doctorate
"Sciences of the show" also a Master in Cultural Management.
In 2010 he co-founded El Jinete Verde, space for arts, where he is
Professor of Scenic Interpretation, Interpretation on camera and
Corporal Expression since it opened; and wherein manages three
annual performing schedules.
Currently he is a professor in the Master of Live Entertainment
(MAEV) Science, Faculty of Philology, University of Sevilla.
He made his first publication, with his play "Mis Días Son Tus
Días (My days are Your Days)" in New York in 2015. He has received
numerous awards, including: 9 awards for different own plays.
Winner two consecutive times of the "Fondo Nacional de las Artes
de Chile (FONDART)"; and winner of the "Jury Award for the Best
Short Film of the Year at the Sundance Channel Spain Short
FilmFest" and Special Mention at the "Sundance London Film and
Music Fest 2014" with the short film "I Like Virgins" where he
worked as the writer, director and lead actor.
Cómo me gustaría decirle que no (2014)
Pablo and Laura are a couple who go to therapy to improve their relationship.
"How I would say no" is a comedy that delves into the problems of the couple and their absurd everyday