RTVE successfully closed its II Showcase in Madrid

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“The interest is to improve our audiences, but always with a characteristic, the hallmark of quality with which we broadcast,” said at the opening ceremony RTVE’s CEO, Federico Montero.

                                                          Malaka

From May 26 to 28 at the Puerta de América Hotel in Madrid and under the slogan ‘A world of emotions’ RTVE received more than 300 representatives of pay-TV broadcasting from Europe, America and Asia. With the presence of the only Provisional Administrator Rosa María Mateo, Rodolfo Dominguez Commercial Director of the corporation, Eladio Jareño, Director of TVE, Fran Llorente, Director of Projects and Strategy, María Escario, Director of Communication, Institutional Relations and María Jesús Pérez, Director of International Sales, among other important delegates of the corporation, the event exceeded expectations.

It is about a space for creators, content directors and acquisitions. To debate and participate in round tables, to analyze the state of fiction, the importance of music in audiovisual productions and adaptations for film and TV.

                                  Hospital Valle Norte

A key announcement was the second season of the La caza. Monteperdido eight-episode series that already has several internationally committed sales. The fiction La Otra Mirada has been licensed for a broadcaster from Finland and will have its second season, Sabuesos for Japan and Ay, Carmen to the Czech Republic.

Globomedia showed the first images of Malaka, the thriller in full recording in Málaga, “We will show the Málaga that nobody knows” said its creator Daniel Corpas Hansen. Estoy Vivo prepares its third season, according to its creator Daniel Escija.

                                      Sabuesos – La otra mirada

Creating fiction for global consumption a debate among experts of the stature of Ramon Campos, Daniel Ecija, Jose Manuel Lorenzo, Tedy Villaba and Joaquin Oristell, opened highways to attendees.

“Literary adaptations for film and TV” debated novelists Laura Garzón and Agustina Martinez, screenwriter Ignasi Rubio, RTVE Director of the Film area Maite Lopez Pisonero, the Commercial Director of the corporation Rodolfo Dominguez and Paco Mateo.

The event was closed by Jareño who mentioned that in 2019 Televisión Española will premiere eleven national production series and reviewed the most powerful documentary bets such as ‘Hundidos’, ‘Los Cielos Españoles’ and ‘Imprescindibles.’

                           La caza. Monteperdidos.

Very happy the organizers announced their third showcase for May or June 2020 and the participants promised to return.

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