have a good day (HAGO) on the series Split, created and directed by respected French feminist author Iris Brey, which will have its world premiere in competition at the Series Mania Festival .
Split was produced by Fabienne Servan-Schreiber and Charlotte Ortiz at the Cinétévé in Paris for French broadcaster France Televisions’ digital platform Slash.
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The show revolves around Ana, a 30-year-old stuntman, who falls in love with a famous actress during a film shoot. The captivating cast includes Alma Jodorowski (“Viper”), Jeanne Beth (“The 13th Arrondissement”), Ralph Amoussou and Pauline Chalamet.
Do Also participated in the “Sexual (re)education” (“Septième Ciel”) series frenzy and will promote it in the next show from France.
The series, produced by Henri Debeurme and Aurélia Grossmann’s Next Episode, won best TV drama at the La Rochelle Fiction Festival last year. It premiered on OCS in January and has achieved some of the highest ratings for any pay TV channel.
“Sex (Re)education” by Clemence Azincourt in collaboration with Alice Vial tells the story of Jacques, a pensioner who is placed in a nursing home by his daughter. Just when he thinks his life is over, he meets Rose and begins a passionate and lascivious affair that wreaks havoc in the residence. The cast includes Irene Jacob, Féodor Atkine, Sylvie Granotier, Justine Lacroix and Azincourt, famous actors from Krzysztof Kieslowski’s “Rouge”.
Sex (Re)Education is directed by Alice Weir, who won a 2018 Cesar Award for her short film Winkles. It was co-authored by Clément Marchand.
“Caro Nostra” is a five-part genre series produced by Elephant, the veteran company behind “Desperate Parents” and “Weekend Families.” It was ordered by Slash, the young adult slanted platform for French television.
The series revolves around the Vigan family who run a traditional restaurant in Paris. Grandmother Rosa handles the cash, father Ambroise cooks and twins Vadim and Antigone wait. While they look like the family next door, it turns out they’re cannibals. Their daily lives will be shaken when Vadim falls in love with Yasmine, who the family plans to eat.
HAGO also covers “Caro Nostra,” a genre drama produced by Eléphant’s Cyril Dufresne, Nathalie Madjar and Guillaume Renouil and commissioned by Slash. The series will premiere on French platforms on March 31 and will follow on France 2 on French television.
The series revolves around a family of ogres who run a traditional restaurant in Paris. Grandmother Rosa handles the cash, father Ambroise cooks and twins Vadim and Antigone wait. While they look like the family next door, it turns out they’re cannibals. Their daily lives will be shaken when Vadim falls in love with Yasmine, who the family plans to eat. “Caro Nostra” has been acquired by Germany’s RTL Passion.
HAGO is also expanding its lineup with new period episodes developed by Perpetual Soup, most recently featuring Jeremy Sahel, David Elkaïm and Vincent Poymiro. The untitled series is co-written by David Elkaïm and Vincent Poymiro.
HAGO is an international television development, co-production and sales company launched in 2021 by Virginia Boileauformer person in charge game timeof TV sales and acquisitions, and word puzzle‘ Former Chairman Constantine Brist.
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