Carmen Pizano, Mexico City|11 de diciembre de 2015
After the success of the series México en la Edad de Hielo -produced by M31Medios- on Canal Once and the nomination in the Eutelsat Awards, they already have plans for a second delivery, according to Fabricio Feduchy, director and co-producer of the project, who highlighted that they will include the Megalodon, the biggest fish on the planet, and that way incorporate submarine life."The series posed a great challenge. To imagine what Mexico was like 10 thousand years ago implied lots of risks but in the end it all went well and we won awards. The production was set in natural sceneries, but the most complicated thing was to embed the project with animation, in particular when we had the characters interact with the animation, like in the scene when the mammoth is hunted. As for the visual aspect, we wanted it to seem as real as possible, he explained. The producer mentioned that they plan to make a second season: With the experience we have, we will achieve greater realism. Now we want to include the Megalodon, the biggest fish on the planet, and that way incorporate submarine life, which would make it more difficult, but more impressive. To produce it would take us a year, but would allow us to have the characters we want.