La Usina de Migré creates and also produces

Arnaldo Limansky- otra

Arnaldo Limansky


Ana Montes


Creators of stories and formats announce their new business strategy

 La Usina de Migré has in its favor important results and to date, receives visitors in their office in Buenos Aires, Argentina, from producers as well as US and Mexican channels, for the development of custom made stories.

They released the trailer for the classic telenovela Semillas de Pasion ( with Cactus Cine and Brava Cine; the series on Matungo (writer Mariano Farías); with Bezalel Producciones, and Once Loops led the dramedy El Divorcio (writers Marcelo Camaño and Marcela Guerty).

They offer the catalog Libros de Autor (Author Books) with 15 new series and telenovelas, and rush to develop the fiction production area through co-production partnerships. To do this, have joined with the prestigious producer Arnaldo Limansky, with a wide-ranging and successful track record in the audiovisual industry in Latin America and US “Arnaldo Limansky brings his talent and experience on the road to production the we started to walk, building new business models for Argentine authors,” said Ana Montes.

In The Los Angeles Screenings, Limansky presents Semillas de Pasion trailers, which already interested several channels and producers of Latin America, such as Matungo.

In South Africa the pre-production of a telenovela with Argentine scripts is on a roll  going well and advance in a children-youth project funded by the South African public television, said Sergio Piasek, manager of new business development.

Participation next to Brava Cine in meetings with European companies in Rome, within the plan of promotion and marketing of national products of the Commercial Attache of Argentina in Italy, has them excited.

In Buenos Aires the II competition of scripts creators of stories for the 2016 catalog complements the activities including the elaboration of Ley Federal de las Culturas (Federal Bill of Cultures), aware of the cultural importance that have the audiovisual stories as vehicles of identity.

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