Movistar Plus' first U.S. co-creation, "Tell Me Who I Am," delivered with Telemundo, has been sold by Germany's Beta Film to HBO Latin America, an arrangement declared today during the business organization's spearheading live virtual pitching occasion – Beta Summer Insights.
Notwithstanding the Latin American arrangement, Telemundo's boarding creation finally year's Natpe guaranteed U.S. appropriation for the series too.
One of Movistar Plus' greatest bets since moving into a unique creation, bargains for U.S. what's more, Latin American circulation look like encouraging early payback, and that payout is likely.
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In light of the well known Spanish novel "Dime Quien Soy" from author Julia Navarro, the arrangement happens over different many years of the twentieth century, commencing when 30-something web columnist Javier is entrusted by his auntie to explore the life of his extraordinary grandma, Amelia Garayoa, who left her husband and child behind her as she fled Spain because of the Spanish Civil War in 1936.
Amelia, played by Spanish Academy Goya winning actor Irene Escolar, gets involved in probably the most significant recorded occasions of the century remembering Franco's ascent for Spain, the uprising and freedom of Berlin, the ascent of Stalin's socialist U.S.S.R., the barbarity of Warsaw's ghettos, Rome in the last long stretches of Mussolini and the decay of Nazi Germany in involved Athens.
With a foot in both the past and future, "Tell Me Who I Am" sees Europe's ongoing history exemplified in Amelia, a lady continually managing the results of her own conflicting activities and wants – remarkable for the age she cherished in – to be a lady who controls her fate.
Movistar head of unique programming Domingo Corral executive, who drives a live-feed introduction of the arrangement during the Beta Summer Insights, produces with José Manuel Lorenzo of DLO Productions and Marcos Santana from Telemundo International Studios. Eduard Cortés coordinated every episode, adjusted by screenwriter Piti Español.
Likewise, with other ongoing Movistar Plus series, "Tell Me Who I Am" show Telefonica's compensation/SVOD service growing the geographic reach of its series's activity. None does this so drastically, in any case, as "Tell Me Who I Am."
A great part of the arrangement was taken shots at genuine, authentic destinations with some cast and group heading out to upwards of 300 areas across nine nations: Spain, Italy, Greece, Argentina, Russia, Germany, Poland, France, and England. The series brags a cast 160 actors and in excess of 3,000 others.