"Verdades Secretas II" (Globoplay)
ONSeries Lisbon unveiled new content from its program with two sessions focused on the international landscape: the presentation in Europe of Globoplay, Globo's streaming platform, and the exhibition of the latest study by the audiovisual consultancy GECA on narrative trends in fiction worldwide.
"Presenting Globoplay" will be an event specially designed for the international community, content producers, and press participating in ONSeries. The new streaming platform, launched in Europe less than a month ago, belongs to the Brazilian giant Globo and features original in-house production.
"The launch of our streaming platform Globoplay further increases our presence in Portugal and the rest of Europe. Globoplay is the largest producer of series in Portuguese. Therefore, we took the opportunity to be present at this event to showcase some of our latest productions," said Ricardo Pereira, Director of Globo Portugal.
Meanwhile, "Fiction: Everytime Everywhere, Future Trends and Themes" will be GECA’s exhibition of its latest study on narrative trends in fiction worldwide. Gloria Saló, Director of Production and Content Consulting at GECA, the international audiovisual industry consultant specialized in content and audience analysis, will offer an overview of what is currently happening in the international fiction market and will delve into what is to come.
This session aims to help producers, curators, distributors, and buyers to reflect on the real possibilities offered by the production of a fiction series inspired by books, comics, digital publications, or graphic novels. A good example of this reality is the fusion between e-sports and video games with audiovisual narrative, something that will also be discussed.
"ONSeries Lisbon offers the possibility of focusing on fiction at a very important moment of creation and production of stories, with a wide range of forms, formats and interesting proposals in the field of new narratives. A significant example is SIC's production ‘Princípio, meio e fim,’ a metafiction where creation and visual narrative go hand in hand. ONSeries offers us a great opportunity to show and share our analysis with both the Portuguese industry and international representatives, and we are convinced that it will arouse much interest because it is a truly panoramic and forward-looking vision of how the new ecosystem of fiction is taking shape in today's world,” Saló said.