Pandemic will generate lack of contents until 2023

Maribel Ramos-Weiner| August 27, 2020

Arnaldo Limansky Cinecinco Primetime

“I think we are going to go back to the Romanticism, violence and sex contents will be momentarily halted to return to more human topics. The pandemic has forced us to put the clock back on zero and start all over again,” expressed the producer Arnaldo Limansky on #PRODUprimetime with Ríchard Izarra.

With 65 years of uninterrupted experience, he was rated on the program not simply as the dean of production in the region. “You are the rector”, Richard told Limansky, who has produced more than 40 telenovelas and almost 90 films in Argentina, Venezuela, the US, Mexico, Peru, Colombia, Brazil, Puerto Rico, and Spain.

He mentioned that he is currently working six hours a day, that he had sealed an alliance with production companies in Miami, Argentina, and Spain to develop series, short novelas, and feature films, and that he was pre-producing the film Con el Permiso de Dios, based on the bestseller by the Argentine Osvaldo Boscacci. “I am looking for a co-producer for this project”.

He explained that the documentary he made about the singer Facundo Cabral, based on the book La Historia de Facundo Cabral by Percy Llanos and his daughter Gabriela Llanos, is currently being negotiated with streaming platforms.

He shared his concerns over the lack of content there will be from 2021 to 2023 and summoned big and small production companies to embark on productions and expressed that the pandemic teaches us another way to live that benefits new generations.

Watch the interview on #PRODUprimetime

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