We are audiovisual professionals pioneers in Intimacy Coordination in Spain with experience in more than twenty productions.
Our experience as actresses and audiovisual professionals, and the numerous conversations we had had with other colleagues about the enormous complexity of filming intimate scenes, made it clear to us that it was urgent to rethink how we approached the filming of these scenes in the Spanish audiovisual industry. In 2021 we were selected to be part of an international certification in privacy coordination powered by Netflix's Grow creative programme and delivered by the renowned South African privacy coordination company Safe Sets. During the certification process we received training in essential subjects for our work such as: specific techniques for sexual choreography in fiction, use of genital barriers and protections, consent theory, sexual diversity, mental health first aid, conflict resolution, working with minors, LGTBIQ+ rights, or trauma mitigation, among others. Once our training was completed in October 2021, we decided to start our IntimAct project together, becoming pioneers in Spanish intimacy coordination and the first to be certified as such in Spain. Since then, we have coordinated intimate scenes in more than twenty national and international productions, working with directors such as Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, Alauda Ruíz de Azua, Carlota Pereda, Elena Trapé, Bárbara Farré, David Victori, Aritz Moreno and Elena Martín. Since 2022 we are a member of IPG (The Intimacy Practitioners Guild), the European association for intimacy coordination.
En 2021 fuimos seleccionadas para formar parte de una certificación internacional en coordinación de intimidad impulsada por el programa “Grow creative” de Netflix e impartido por la reconocida compañía sudafricana de coordinación de intimidad Safe Sets.
During the certification process we received training in essential subjects for our work such as: specific techniques for sexual choreography in fiction, use of genital barriers and protections, consent theory, sexual diversity, mental health first aid, conflict resolution, working with minors, LGTBIQ+ rights, or trauma mitigation, among others.
Once our training was completed in October 2021, we decided to start our IntimAct project together, becoming pioneers in Spanish intimacy coordination and the first to be certified as such in Spain.
Since then, we have coordinated intimate scenes in more than twenty national and international productions, working with directors such as Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, Alauda Ruíz de Azua, Carlota Pereda, Elena Trapé, Bárbara Farré, David Victori, Aritz Moreno and Elena Martín.
Desde 2022 somos miembros de IPG (The Intimacy Practitioners Guild), asociación europea de coordinación de intimidad.
Co-fundadora de IntimAct
Lucía is an actress, intimacy coordinator and Yoga teacher born in Madrid.
She graduated in Journalism at the Complutense University and trained as an actress at the Estudio Corazza.
As an actress she has participated in series such as "Supernormal" or "Paraíso", and feature films such as "El árbol de la sangre", by Julio Médem or "La familia perfecta", by Arantxa Echevarría.
She has a background in body work through Yoga, a practice in which she is trained as a teacher.
Lucía has always been related to the film industry. In 2021 she was part of the crew of the series "Historias para no dormir", for Amazon. This same year she was selected by Netflix as part of its "Grow Creative" programme, to be trained and certified internationally as one of the first intimacy coordinators in Spain by the company Safe Sets. Since then she has worked on multiple national and international productions.
Co-fundadora de Intimact
Tábata Cerezo is an actress, filmmaker and intimacy coordinator from Madrid. She studied drama at the Estudio Corazza and at the end of her studies she travelled to London, NY and LA to continue her training. As an actress, she has participated in productions such as "The Mallorca Files" (BBC) "The Night Manager (AMC) or "Platform 7" (iTV).
Her experience in the film industry has also been developed behind the cameras, directing his first short film "Nahid & Adele" in 2021 and working on different occasions in the casting department of projects such as "Carmen y Lola", Dan Fogelman's film "Life Itself", or the sixth season of "Elite".
In 2021 she was selected by Netflix to be trained as an intimacy coordinator by Safe Sets, becoming one of the first certified intimacy coordinators in Spain. Since then she has worked as such in numerous productions with renowned Spanish directors.
Samantha Murray is an intimacy coordinator based in Madrid and works across the EU, UK and the Balkans. Since training (2019-21), she has supported productions for both series and feature film, including for Apple TV+, Netflix, Amazon Studios, BBC Films, Secuoya Studios, MRC and Esperanto Filmoj.
She is co-designer for curriculum and pedagogical lead with the Netflix/Safe Sets partnership to deliver excellence in IC skills development across the EMEA region. Before training as an IC, Sam's experience spanned a 25+ year career as a professional stage and screen actor in Australia, as well as working with hundreds of young actors as a qualified educator (QTS) and director internationally.
Sam offers international IC services and consultancy for IntimAct (ESP) and is repped by Ness Evans at 42 in London
IC Assistant & trainee
Violeta is a Spanish - English bilingual actress based in Madrid. She trained in Estudio Corazza para el Actor and in the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA). She has a degree in Social Science by Universidad Complutense of Madrid and is also a certified and accredited Neurolanguage English Coach by ELC.
She has developed her professional career as an actress in theatre, film and television, participating in projects such as the film 'The Blameless' and in series such as 'Historias para no Dormir' and 'Reina Roja', among others. In 2020 she founded Caliope English Coach, a service that offers English Coaching for actors and professionals of different sectors.
Violeta is currently working as an Intimacy Coordinator Assist under the supervision of Intimact in different projects while she continues her training as an Intimacy Coordinator with them.
We rely on human exchange in creative processes, what excites us about our industry is the possibility for it to be a space for collaboration between artists from different disciplines. As creators, we put our knowledge in the management and choreography of intimacy at the service of stories, offering an open and honest channel of communication that never overlooks the fact that, ahead of fiction, there are actors and creators who relate to audiovisual material from their own bodies and experiences.
We are aware of the great power of audiovisual language and the enormous impact our stories can have on society. Precisely because of this, we believe that we have the opportunity - and sometimes the responsibility - to take advantage of fiction to make a representation of intimacy that is increasingly diverse, authentic and complex, and in dialogue with the society around us and with which more and more people can feel represented.
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