This new production of ZONA MIXTA for the international market will take us to four European countries (Germany, United Kingdom, Portugal and Spain) to tell us the most disturbing legends and dark mysteries that have been hidden behind the walls of spectacular and imposing castles, since the Age Average, until the last century. (more…)
This year, the MIPTV has highlighted several audiovisual producers from all over the world as «Producers to Watch», a selection of those professionals whom the organization considers to be followed in their work. Our Managing Director, Robert Fonollosa, is on this list for the creativity of the documentary projects that have been presented and produced in the last year.
In this new season of 13 episodes, from January to April, “THE LORD OF THE FORESTS” will visit forest areas in Teruel, Navarra, Asturias, Granada, Euskadi, Alicante, Cáceres, Ávila, León and Madrid, guiding the characters invited to through the botanical and forestry secrets, with special emphasis on the recognition of the great variety of existing mushrooms. At the end of the tour, renowned chef Javi Peña will prepare a special récipe with those mushrooms. (more…)
The new project launched by the production company has had an extraordinary reception in its international presentation at the MIPDOC in Cannes, an annual meeting of TV networks, producers and the most important distributors of documentaries from around the world, who showed a deep interest in this new Format. SUNKEN CITIES is (more…)
Our series HUNDIDOS (Shipwrecks), recently broadcast on TVE2 (second channel of the Spanish public television), has received the prestigious Atlantide 2019 Award in recognition of diving informative work carried out in its 13 episodes. This award is granted in Bologna (Italy) at the EUDI SHOW, a show dedicated to the world of diving. The award was collected by (more…)
Last Sunday, “El Señor de los Bosques” (The lord of the Woods) beat its audience share record in this season, with 3.4% and an average of 468,000 viewers, becoming one of the most watched shows on TVE2 that day. The especial guest at that episode was the journalist and TV host, Ramón Arangüena and it was recorded at the vast pine forest of Cuéllar (Segovia) (more…)