The Turkish drama distributed by Madd Entertainment and Globo’s Brazilian drama will have premiere screenings at next week’s MIP Cancun.
The smash-hit Turkish series A Miracle from Madd Entertainment and Orphans of a Nation, a Brazilian drama from Globo, told against the backdrop of the war in Syria, and recently nominated for the Rose d’Or Awards 2019, will both have premiere screenings at next week’s MIP Cancun.
The sixth edition of MIP Cancun, the only dedicated TV content market for Latin American and US Hispanic audiences, will take place from 20-22 November 2019, with pre-opening on 19 November, at the Moon Palace Resort, Cancun, Mexico.
A Miracle is the Turkish adaptation of The Good Doctor and has been the smash-hit of this season on home soil. The Turkish version is the best performing drama in primetime in the past seven years, reaching a 46% audience share. An elite paediatric unit is turned upside-down when a strange newcomer joins the team. Ali has autism with savant syndrome, making it hard for him at first, but thanks to sincerity and dedication, this genius doctor finds love and acceptance and provides hope of all of us.
The series is produced by MF Productions and distributed by Madd Entertainment, and is broadcast by FOX TV Turkey. The premiere screening of “A Miracle” is scheduled for Wednesday 20 November at 12.30pm.
In Orphans of a Nation, a young Syrian victim of a bombing agrees to marry a powerful sheik in exchange for money to save her little brother’s life. However, plans change due to the tragic death of the child. The young woman and her family flee to start a new life in distant lands. Abandoned and enraged, the sheik sends his right-hand man in search of the bride, but could not imagine the young man would fail to obey his command and fall madly in love with her. This forbidden love will be tested when the sheik’s daughter decides to take revenge after her father’s mysterious death.
Written by International Emmy-winners Thelma Guedes and Duca Rachid, the series was recently nominated for the Rose d’Or Awards 2019 in the Soaps and Telenovelas category. The production benefited from a technical partnership with the UN Agency for Refugees to portray the refugee camp, making real uniforms and tents from humanitarian operations available for the shoot.
The cast features Syrian refugee Kaysar Dadour, who brought an added authenticity to his character. The screening is scheduled for 7.45am on Thursday 21 November.
The sixth edition of MIP Cancun will welcome more than 900 delegates during three days of business opportunities with the Distribution Market and Co-Production Forum. More than 40 speakers will share their insights about the industry and content marketplace during a wide-ranging and stimulating conference programme.