Atresplayer´s "Show Yourself" was selected at Series Mania

The original Atresplayer series has been selected for the prestigious French festival. It was created by International Emmy nominee Álvaro Carmona and distributed by Atresmedia TV International Sales.

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"Déjate Ver" (Show Yourself), an original production of the Spanish streaming platform Atresplayer, has just been selected for the French Series Mania Festival, which will take place from 15 to 22 March in Lille, France. The title was written and directed by Álvaro Carmona, and it will be part of the International Panorama competition, where it aspires to several awards to be granted, including Best Series, Best Direction, Best Actor, and Actress.

The Series Mania festival will screen the series and make an official presentation, including a debate-colloquium on atresplayer's fiction. Since its birth in 2010, Series Mania has become a key event for the most critical agents in the international creation of series. It is one of the most important events with the most significant global projection. "Déjate ver" (Show Yourself) has also been selected at the Berlinale Series Market along with "Zorras" (Tramps), another Atresplayer original series, among the few series chosen worldwide by the Berlinale programmers. Atresmedia Televisión produces the show in collaboration with Buendía Estudios. Montse García, Álvaro Carmona, Sonia Martínez, and Borja Echevarría are the executive producers of the project, and Lucía Alonso-Allende is the co-executive producer. The production is internationally distributed by Atresmedia TV International Sales.

The show, starring Macarena Sanz, is a dramatic comedy with an author's stamp and a marked personality that revolves around the search for oneself and the need to transcend in today's world. With this idea as a starting point, the series deals with themes such as concept and identity, personal fulfillment, the world of art and entertainment, loneliness, the idea of family, or the current relationship with technology, offering the viewer a fresh, new, and witty point of view.