Dolores Salvador Maldonado (Barcelona, September 22, 1938) is a writer and screenwriter Spanish who professionally uses Salvador Maldonado.

Self-taught, between 1962 and 1970 he collaborates in artistic and technical work on radio, press, theatre, film and television. Of this last year his activity focused to film writing and the novel, in addition to collaborate in the promotion of the audiovisual media in Latin America and exercise teaching. Also founded the ‘Brothers & Sisters’ productura that produced the savages of Carlos Molinero, whose screenplay won the Goya Award for best adapted screenplay.

He has written numerous radio scripts for programs as a closed eye (1972-1973), a journal of literary; disclosure Verse verse, also program journal, this time devoted to the poetic activity, which ran from 1974 to 1977, and in the 1980s, writes the screenplay for Tales of love and magic, programme dissemination of oral folklore, and drama series the moon journal, 1984. For television include his work on the areas of literature, fiction, writing for chapters of series pink or Sesame.

Theatre has adapted classics like cat on a hot hot tin roof by tennessee williams, in 1984 and Spectra of henrik ibsen, released in 1993.

As a novelist he published in 1979 the Cuenca crime, based on his screenplay for the film by Pilar Miró and the trilogy “El Olivar of Atocha” (1988) which tells the story of a family in Madrid in the first third of the 20th century and until the outbreak of the Civil War and that it was later adapted by herself as a screenplay for a twenty-six part series broadcast on Spanish television, 1989.

Scripts written for the film include, apart from the aforementioned basin crime those carried out for the films of director Jaime chávarri Béarn or the room of the dolls (1982), bicycles are for the summer (1984) – adapting the eponymous play by Fernando fernán Gómez – and summer Tierno lusts and roofs, 1993.