24 APR 2020

SIC'S "NAZARÉ" WON A SILVER AWARD AT THE WORLD MEDIA FESTIVAL

SIC’s telenovelas, "Brava" and "Nazaré" won big for the leading FTA Portuguese channel this year, taking home Gold and Silver accordingly, the highest awards in the Telenovela Category.

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SIC’s telenovelas, produced by SP Televisão, were acclaimed at the 21st edition of WorldMediaFestivals | Television & Corporate Media Awards. "Terra Brava" and "Nazaré" won big for the leading FTA Portuguese channel this year, taking home Gold and Silver accordingly, the highest awards in the Telenovela Category. "Terra Brava" (Wild Land) will be launched by SIC International distribution next fall.

"Nazaré" is a contemporary love story with a reality that assola or country will all see you. It is a narrative about the death of people who have been defeated, the renascence and hope. Nazaré to save mãe, and obliged to bring Duarte, um playboy, filho de um magnata da indústria de móveis.

"Terra Brava is a history with family disputes, where there will be no loss of power, ambition, corruption and the loss of power. In order to destroy two countries, Diogo will destroy the mother he loves. He will fight love, love to confront or seu irmão mais novo. Diogo, a decorated military man, discovers that Eduarda is responsible for the destruction of her family. She returns to her native land to be married, but she appears to be filha deta, Beatriz, who is married to Tiago, or biological history of the military and the only remaining family, a history of vingança, a determined matriarch in manter or past longe, and a love of the history of history.

Taking place in Hamburg, Germany this year’s edition counted 795 participations from 32 countries.

World Media Festivals | Television & Corporate Media Awards aims to honor and celebrate outstanding television and corporate media solutions on an international scale including audiovisual, print and online productions from areas such as information, education and entertainment. An important recognition that once again places Portuguese fiction by SIC and SP Televisão amongst the best in the world.