ATF 2023: Audiovisual from Spain to host seven Spanish companies

Atresmedia Televisión, DeAPlaneta Entertainment, Mediterráneo Mediaset España Group, Motion Pictures, Onza Distribution, RTVE and The Mediapro Studio will be part of the Singapore market.

30 NOV 2023

“Las Pelotaris, 1926”

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Audiovisual from Spain participates next week in Asia TV Forum & Market (ATF), that will take place at the Marina Bay Sands Hotel in Singapore from 5 to 8 December. Atresmedia Televisión, DeAPlaneta Entertainment, MediterráneoMediaset España Group, Motion Pictures, Onza Distribution, RTVE and The Mediapro Studio will be participating at the Singapore market under Audiovisual From Spain umbrella.

Spanish companies attending the event will be also part of Spain's Content Goldmine: in demand like never before, the second edition of this exclusive breakfast meeting organised by Audiovisual from Spain in which sales executives will present the latest proposals from their catalogue to a selection of over 40 Asian buyers. The activity will be held on Thursday 7th and will include in-depth stats on the consumption of Spanish content across APAC presented by Fred Black, Principal Analyst, Head of Commissioning Research, Ampere Analytics.

Spain will have a strong presence in the Asian market with the following projects: "Show Yourself" (Dramedy, 8x30’) from Atresmedia Televisión; "Nina & Olga" (Kids Animation, 104x7’) from DeAPlaneta Entertainment ; "Urban" (Drama, 6x50’) from Mediterráneo Mediaset España Group; "Chipi Chapi Songs" (Kids Animation, 13x3’) from Motion Pictures; "Wild Tales of Madrid" (Docfeaturel, 1x52’) from Onza Distribution; "La Moderna" (Dramedy, 120x55’) from RTVE and "Las Pelotaris, 1926" (Drama, 8x50’) from The Mediapro Studio.

The animated feature "Moss" is the only Spanish project chosen among the nine shortlisted finalists participating in the ATF x TTB Animation Lab & Pitch, the first edition of this new pitching session that selects European and Asian animation projects focused on young-adult audiences in search of funding and co-production opportunities. Producer Jordi B. Oliva, from the Catalan company Imagic TV, will present the project at the pitching session on Thursday 7.

The initiative has included several online workshops for the finalists during the previous months in which they have been given keys on how to set up co-productions between Europe and Asia, tips on how to make a successful pitch and personalised advice on their projects and financing strategies. The organisation will also coordinate one-to-one meetings between the candidates and executives interested in learning more about their projects after the pitch.