El día de mañana, Mira lo que has hecho and Paquita Salas, the series with ESCAC talent nominated for the sixth edition of the MIM series Festival, a festival that rewards the best of national fiction.
Nominated for best miniseries:
El día de mañana, based on the successful novel by Ignacio Martínez de Pisón, directed by Mariano Barroso and written by Alejandro Hernández, has graduates Marc Gómez del Moral as director of cinematography, Jordi Rossinyol on the sound team and Tere Zuluaga, Víctor Santacana, Carla Riera, Elisabeth Martí and Carlos Saladrigas on the art team.
Nominated for Best Comedy Series:
Allí abajo, the series created by Aitor Gabilondo, among others, has had graduate Lluís Fabra as screenwriter for the latest season.
Paquita Salas, the hit series created by Javier Calvo and Javier Ambrossi, has graduate Alberto Gutiérrez in charge of editing.
Mira lo que has hecho, created by Berto Romero, has among its ranks Enric Pardo as script coordinator; Alberto de Toro and Alberto Guitiérrez in editing; Ricard Canyellas as director of cinematography; Laura Díez as sound designer; Javier Rodero in original music and Toni Carrizosa as production manager, all of them graduates of the school. Mariona Mas, a teacher at ESCAC, is the costume designer. In the second season, Javier Ruiz Caldera joins as director and Sergi Vilanova as director of cinematography.
The awards ceremony will take place on 17 December during the gala dinner which will bring together all the protagonists: creators, directors, producers, actors and heads of fiction of the channels in the great celebration of Spanish series.
Promoted by DAMA, the organisation that manages the authors’ rights of screenwriters, directors and audiovisual translators, and organised by the cultural association Madridimagen and with the support of COCA-COLA, Fundación AISGE and EGEDA, MiM Series is the firmest commitment by an organisation to promote Spanish television creation, making it the only national showcase focused on TV fiction.