Paula Massa, Victoria Herrera, Cecilia Gómez de la Torre and Adriana Terán

Documentaries stood out during WAWA Business Forum
Aliana González|24 de marzo de 2021

Paula Massa, Head of Content and Show Development for DIRECTV, along with her team conformed by Victoria Herrera and Belinda Guerrón, participated in WAWA Business Forum.

They were presented with a documentary People are awesome about Susana Rinaldi, written and directed by Isabelle Marcenaro and produced by Cocktail Movies, which features cases of normal people who are capable of doing extraordinary things, and also a Peruvian documentary that talks about the biodiversity in danger and the situation in which peasant populations live, the latter by Delia Ackerman.

WAWA also presented their program Mujeres extraordinarias (Extraordinary Women), that includes 16 stories of women fighting for ideals, recorded during the pandemic, and Hombres extraordinarios (Extraordinary Men), their next project.

Maite Echave, from Mulata Films, presented Bibliómanos, a 72-episode game show, in which two players compete based on the books they have read and know, and which allows promoting reading.

Carlota Vieira, from the Portuguese channel OPTO, presented a drama series called Nazaré that has already been sold to Brazil and which premieres at the end of April on Bandeirantes. It is dubbed by Universal Cinergía. In addition, Cedric Volkman presented the documentary El camino, which narrates the path of immigration from Africa to Europe. Cecilia del Valle introduced the documentary Canela, a film about a trans woman that del Valle followed for seven years.