StoryLab, Flow, Television Publica Argentina Previous “Fragile”

Spaniard Marc Clotet (“The Sleeping Voice”, “15 Hours”) and Argentinian Juan Gil Navarro (“100 Days To Fall in Love”), Santiago Achaga (“Like, La Leyenda”) and Esteban Pérez (“Limbo” ) are attached to starring in Fragile, a piece of Patagonia noir thriller from Argentina’s StoryLab.

Developed and produced by StoryLab partners Nacho Viale and Diego Palacio, Fragile is powered by Flow, Telecom’s dominant SVOD service in Argentina, and Televisión Publica Argentina, the country’s public broadcaster network.

Palacio will direct Fragile from scripts by Lucas Molteni, who has written five StoryLab series dating back to 201’s Estocolmo, emerging screenwriters Juan E. Cordoni and Luciano Cocciardi, and Viale and Palacio.

The eight-part series will be presented on September 28th at the Iberseries & Platino Industria Forum, where Palacio and Viale will be looking for partners in Spain.

That fits the story. In it, Olivia, 28, the assistant to a powerful prosecutor in Spain, flies back to her home village, lost in the Patagonian wilderness, to solve a murder. What looks like a made case leads her to ally with Román, who was born and raised in a seemingly peaceful local community that hides a horrifying past filled with dark crimes committed in 1999 by a cult bent on an apocalypse was waiting. The truth behind the murders will forever unite Olivia and Román.

Currently, Fragile is still in soft pre-production and is currently confirming locations and cast where, for example, StoryLab is looking for two Spanish female talents.

“People research Spain-Argentina relations because we have always been connected. In fact, contemporary Argentine society in Argentina has strong roots in Spanish customs,” said Palacio and Viale diversity.

“Of course, entertainment reflects that connection, and we’re passionate about reflecting it. Outstanding collaborations between talents from both countries have left their mark on the Ibero-American film and television industry,” they added, citing recent Argentine series Ultimo Primer Día.

Bowing to Flow on April 21st, Ültimo Primer Día, a crime thriller set in an elite high school, marks the latest series from StoryLab, a company founded by Viale and Palacio in 2013, with reality series C0d3rs Championship. that has always been looking beyond its borders.

With Paulina, a 2015 Cannes Critics’ Week winner by 1985 director Santiago Mitre, StoryLab jumped onto the international radar in November 2016 when Netflix released Estocolmo, which Storylab acquired, making it Argentina’s first The US streaming giant’s series began pushing local productions in Mexico (“Club de Cuervos”) and Brazil (“3%”, released the same month).

With a strong line in crime drama, one of TV’s most exportable genres, Storylab scored its first Intl. Emmy nomination with “La Casa del Mar,” another seminal premium TV series in Argentina, earned a second Intl. Emmy nominated for Mil Manos por Argentina, his first docu-reality film, and produced Submerso, his first series filmed in Brazil.

Powered by Flow, with whom StoryLab has a long-standing relationship, 2021’s Post Mortem became Argentina’s first new post-COVID-19 series and peaked at Flow in October 2021.

https://variety.com/2022/tv/global/storylab-flow-diego-palacio-nacho-viale-1235386467/ StoryLab, Flow, Television Publica Argentina Previous “Fragile”

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