Secuoya Studios unveiled its projects at Content Americas

Secuoya Studios unveiled its projects at Content Americas
Secuoya Studios at Content Americas presented its lineup during an event, attended by more than 250 guests starting with Montecristo and Zorro, the first title its first blockbuster production. In addition, the firm presents the youth adventure series Campamento Newton and the comedy Supernormal, a Movistar Plus+ original co-produced with Secuoya.

In the fiction series segment, the studio has unveiled the development of several original stories: the miniseries Crudo, the first project arising from the recent alliance with Caracol TV; '', an eight-episode co-production with Weekend Studio; and the romantic drama Efímero; La Isla, an eight-episode thriller set on Easter Island; Los 39, a historical series about the 39 Spanish colonists that Christopher Columbus left on the island of Hispaniola; the adaptation of the literary hit Terra Alta, a detective novel by Javier Cercas, winner of the prestigious Premio Planeta, and La mala leche, a television version of the comic book by Henar Álvarez. The Fiction series pipeline is completed with the studio's second youth series, Alex quiere morir, among other productions.

In unscripted content—a genre that was warmly received by SVOD users during the pandemic and is now highly sought-after by streaming platforms—the studio is developing  new documentaries, both in feature-length and series formats. The wide diversity of topics addressed by the studio in 2022 includes two series directed by Goya award winner Curro Sánchez Varela: Voces de una ciudad, a tour of the city of Madrid through both famous and anonymous residents, and a series on La Moncloa, a co-production with The Pool. In addition, the company produced PornoXplotación, a bold and courageous documentary on the harm done by the porn industry on both sides of the screen directed by Mabel Lozano.

Recently, new docuseries were added to the portfolio: Race In, an exclusive story narrated by Carlos Sainz, two-time World Rally Champion, about the major challenges faced by motorsport today (sustainability, gender equality and social responsibility); Proximity: Flying centimeters from death, the incredible story of Alex Villar, who almost died while engaging in his passion—BASE jumping, the world’s most hazardous extreme sport; Vuelo JK5022: Spanair’s tragedy, an exhaustive three-episode investigation into air safety in Spain and around the world; and Isaac y Nora: journey to the heart of Latin music, the journey across Latin America of two French siblings, 14 and 10 years old, who have become a global phenomenon.

Secuoya Studios also travels to Content Americas with its most recent film shootings: Cuánto me queda and Invasión, two film adaptations of plays by Marta Buchaca and Guillem Clua, produced by Álamo Producciones Audiovisuales, an independent film studio helmed by Eduardo Campoy with which Secuoya has partnered for several signature film projects.

In the coming months, the studio will also embark on new film projects: El Director, the sixth film co-produced by Dani de la Orden and Eduardo Campoy; La Bandera,  the third film directed by Hugo Martín Cuervo for Álamo Producciones Audiovisuales, based on a comedy drama by Guillem Clua that won the Premio Nacional de Literatura Dramática 2020; and Solos, the film version of a novel by Paloma Bravo.

Recently, the studio has reached alliances with prominent partners such as Telemundo Global Studios, Caracol TV, Colombia's RCN, Sony Pictures and Ay Yapim. These strategic deals will take shape in the coming months. In addition, Secuoya is committed to co-producing content with production companies such as Dopamine, William Levy Entertainment, Tiki Group, Avi Films, The Pool and Grupo Proyecciones, among others.

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