EFM 2024: Atresplayer's series achieved a great feedback

"Zorras" and "Déjate ver" were selected by the Berlinale festival for their quality and potential in the international market. The platform also premiered the first images of its series "Red Flags" in Berlin.

22 FEB 2024

Diego Del Pozo, Nando López, Miguel García

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The Spanish streaming platform atresplayer has successfully made its mark at the Berlinale. Its series "Déjate ver" and "Zorras" were selected by the festival for their potential in the international market. The series and formats from Atresmedia, distributed by Atresmedia TV International Sales, confirm their strong position in the industry.

Both dramas were presented at the prestigious festival in the Berlinale Series Market Selects section by the Atresmedia TV International Sales team. The two products had a special screening during the event under the Berlinale's selection umbrella, connecting potential buyers with distributors to reach a global audience.

Atresplayer also premiered the first images of its original series "Red Flags" in Berlin, created by Nando López, the mind behind "La Edad de la Ira." This series will debut on atresplayer this spring and was previewed at the "Next From Spain" panel. The event featured the creator and writer Nando López, Diego del Pozo, Atresmedia TV fiction manager, and Miguel García from Atresmedia TV International Sales, who provided exclusive details about the new project.

José Antonio Salso, Atresmedia's Manager of External Production Purchases and International Sales, expressed satisfaction with the reception of these products: "We are delighted with the warm welcome our titles continue to receive in international markets. The Berlinale Series Market is a key event for us and demonstrates how Atresmedia series are internationally valued. 'Zorras,' 'Déjate Ver,' 'Vestidas de Azul,' and 'Red Flags' have been the protagonists of this edition, further solidifying their success and recognition not only from the audience but also from critics," he stated.