“How To Screw It All Up” Presented at the “Lo que viene 2022” Festival
The series “How To Screw It All Up,” produced by Boomerang TV for HBO Max, was among the protagonists at the “Lo que viene 2022” Film and Series Festival held from June 1st to June 3rd in Tudela, Navarre.
There to present “How To Screw It All Up” were the series’ creators Jaime Olías and Pablo San Hermelando, together with leading actresses Naira Lleó and Malva Vela.
Moreover, the first three episodes of the series were screened at the event in a public premiere.
In “How To Screw It All Up,” the protagonist, Alba, is a young woman who has a hard time fitting in and has only just recently arrived at her high school. She is given terrible news: the year-end school trip is canceled. Her plans to run away from home are ruined, but she's fortunate enough to find out that some of her classmates have the perfect plan: they'll convince their parents that the trip is still on. They decide to steal a van from one of the kids' brothers and hit the road for three weeks. The plan? Not having a plan, wandering around aimlessly, improvising. They need to follow a few rules: they cannot publish anything on social networks, have to be constantly on the move, and cannot turn around.
The cast of “How To Screw It All Up” is headed by Naira Lleó (Mamá o Papá), Malva Vela (El reino), Gabriel Guevara (Skam), Óscar Ortuño (30 monedas), Nadia Al Saidi (La caza Tramuntana), and Sergi Méndez (Sky Rojo).