The Spanish group is presenting Latin American titles such as Código Implacable or Las bravas at Mipcom, along with Spanish series such as Paraíso, Express and La edad de la ira and British series such as Pulse or 58 seconds.
The Mediapro Studio Distribution is present at Mipcom 2021 with an international catalog headed by projects from Spain, Latin America and the United Kingdom.
On the one hand, the distributor is presenting in Cannes new Spanish fiction productions such as Express (Starzplay, Pantaya) and La años de la ira (Atresmedia, Masficción) along with series such as Paraíso (Movistar+), El internado Las Cumbres (Atresmedia, Amazon), Nasdrovia (Movistar+) and the new episodes of Los Hombres de Paco (Atresmedia).
Meanwhile, from Latin America, productions such as Codigo Implacable, a thriller produced in collaboration with SPT for Claro Video, or Las bravas, a drama series produced for WarnerMedia, will arrive this year.
The projects Pulse (Media Musketeers), a horror series in which a video game becomes the creators’ worst nightmare, and 58 Seconds (Blackbox Multimedia), a drama focused on the work of volunteer doctors and health workers, are added from the United Kingdom.
At the format level, the highlights are El discípulo del chef, one more step in the reality-cooking contest where three prestigious chefs are not only judges, they also compete with each other along with their teams; and Crush (Phileas Productions), an original gameshow that currently triumphs in Vietnam, where contestants must get the answers right if they don’t want to be buried under giant safes.
The offer is completed by titles such as the docuserie Fernando, the kids format MelodyTooms and the company’s most iconic series: The Head, Vis a vis, El barco, Caronte, I’m alive or Malaka, among many others; along with non-fiction titles such as One Life, One Dinner and films like Mondays in the Sun, Three Meters Above the Sky, Midnight in Paris or Vicky Cristina Barcelona.