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SÉRIES MANIA 2024 Séries Mania Forum

Los Co-Pro Pitching Sessions de Séries Mania Forum seleccionan quince proyectos


- Los profesionales internacionales de series se reúnen del 19 al 21 de marzo en el evento francés, que celebrará el Co-Pro Pitching Sessions, los Diálogos de Lille, y más

Los Co-Pro Pitching Sessions de Séries Mania Forum seleccionan quince proyectos
El director Tereza Nvotová y el guionista Miro Šifra, cuyo proyecto de serie Our People ha sido seleccionado

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Having previous unveiled its festival line-up (read our article), Series Mania has now revealed the selection for its highly anticipated Co-Pro Pitching Sessions, unspooling in Lille on 19 March within the Series Mania Forum.

Chosen from among 413 submissions from 57 different countries, 15 projects are set to grace the competition, with a 16th project set for presentation out of competition in partnership with Berlinale Co-Pro Series. European countries represented this year are Germany, Italy, Norway, Finland, Poland, Slovakia, Ireland, Greece, Bulgaria, the Netherlands and France.

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The Co-Pro Pitching Sessions jury will be led by American Nina Lederman (of Sony Pictures Television) who’ll be joined by Italy’s Marco Chimenz (Federation Studios), Brit Jennifer Ebell (Fifth Season), her compatriot Karine Marelle (Starz) and Norway’s Marianne Furevold-Boland (NRK).

The Series Mania Forum will also play host to countless conferences, panel discussions, showcases (Netflix, Disney+ EMEA, BBC Studios, Max) and Coming Next From sessions for France, Spain, Italy, Norway and Finland. Especially noteworthy among the very many speakers on the agenda are Wayne Garvie (Sony Pictures Television), Isabelle Degeorges (Gaumont Télévision France), Clément Schwebig (Warner Bros. Discovery for Western Europe and Africa) and Domingo Corral (Movistar Plus+). 

Last but not least, on 21 March the Lille Dialogues - bringing together leaders from the international audiovisual industry with a view to developing a common approach to the greatest challenges within the sector and to promoting co-operation - will be dedicated to a particularly topical subject: "Generative artificial intelligence, the technology we’d love to love". Equally noteworthy are keynote speeches due to be delivered by Cathy Payne (Banijay Rights), Rodolphe Belmer (TF1), Delphine Ernotte Cunci (France Télévisions) and Jean-Briac Perrette (responsible for Global Streaming and Games at Warner Bros. Discovery), among many others.

The selected projects are as follows:


Antilia (6 x 52') (France)
Produced by Pierre-Emmanuel Fleurantin and Vincent Mouluquet on behalf of Ego Productions
Written by Maxime Crupaux & Baptiste Fillon
Directed by Vincent Maël Cardona

A True Novel (8 x 60') (Japan/USA)
Genre: historical drama
Produced by Satoko Ishida and Meri Koyama on behalf of Shochiku and by Jonathan Kier and Matt Brodlie for Upgrade Productions
Written by Riko Sakaguchi

Eurovision Murder Mystery (6 x 52') (France/Germany)
Genre: murder mystery
Produced by Emmanuelle Guilbart and Agathe de Lorme on behalf of APC Stories and by Henning Kamm and Johann Buchholz for Friday Film
Written by Fabienne Hurst & Bertrand Soulier

Food, Love, Faith (8 x 50') (Israel)
Genre: drama
Produced by Efrat Shmaya Dror on behalf of United Studios IL
Written by Yossi Madmoni

Issak (6 x 45') (Japan/Germany)
Genre: historical drama
Produced by Itaru Mizuno on behalf of Nippon TV and Lasse Scharpen for Studio Zentral
Written by Itaru Mizuno and Richard Kropf, adapted from Shinji Makari’s manga comics

Judgement of Solomon (6 x 45') (Bulgaria)
Genre: mystery, drama
Produced by Katya Trichkova on behalf of Contrast Films and Mirrormind
Written by Teodora Markova and Nevena Kertova

Kiss My Feet (6 x 50') (Finland/the Netherlands)
Genre: drama
Produced by Aleksi Bardy on behalf of Helsinki-Filmi Oy and by Fleur Winters for Big Blue
Written by Daan Gielis & Mark Van De Grift

Nanga Parbat (6 x 52') (France)
Genre: drama, adventure
Produced by Amaury Ovise on behalf of Kazak Productions
Written by Caryl Férey

Our People (6 x 55') (Slovakia)
Genre: political drama
Produced by Jakub Viktorín and Tomáš Hrubý on behalf of nutprodukcia
Written by Miro Šifra
Directed by Tereza Nvotová

The Art of Magdalene (6 x 45') (Poland/Ireland)
Genre: drama
Produced by Wiktor Piatkowski on behalf of Bahama Films and Jonathan Farrelly for PIO Media
Written by Wiktor Piatkowski

The Left Hand of Venus (6 x 45') (Greece)
Genre: historical comedy
Produced by Ioannis Kostas and development producer Dimitra Barla on behalf of Arcadia Media
Written by Nikos Panayotopoulos based on the novel by Takis Theodoropoulos

The Odesa Wrestlers (6 x 45') (Norway)
Genre: drama
Produced by Cathrine Simonsen on behalf of Monster AS
Written by Joachim Førsund and Thorbjørn Harr

Thirst (6 x 60') (Canada)
Genre: thriller, science-fiction
Produced by Julia Ferreira Langlois and Annie Sirois on behalf of Trio Orange
Written by Sylvain Neuvel

Vatican (6 x 50') (Italy)
Genre: drama, thriller
Produced by Nicola De Angelis on behalf of Fabula Pictures
Written by Flavio Bernard, Ciro Di Maso and Marcello Olivieri

White Ties (6 x 45') (Germany)
Genre: drama, based on a true story
Produced by Laura Von Portatius for Wüste Film
Written by Oke Stielow and Uwe Flade
Directed by Viviane Andereggen

Out of Competition

Witness 36 (8 x 45’) (Argentina)
Genre: spy thriller
Produced by Michael Nozik for Oficina Burman (The Mediapro Studio)
Written by Natacha Caravia, Juan Matías Carballo, Daniel Burman
Directed by Daniel Burman

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