9/29/2021 by Romina Rodriguez
Andrés Santos' company is seeking to also partner with channels and production companies to bring these stories to Latin American screens.
Screenbright Media announces that in addition to its catalog of produced content, it has closed agreements with Spanish, Chilean, Mexican and Venezuelan writers who have developed stories or even published books for global audiences. As a result, Screenbright seeks to also partner with channels and production companies to bring these stories to Latin American screens.
Andrés Santos, founder of Screenbright Media says “The production industry in Latin America for series and films is going through an important period, for which we have identified significant interest for mainstream content with original stories, targeted for all audiences but particularly to young-adults. For Screenbright, it’s a pleasure to partner with outstanding creative writers who developed excellent stories but have not offered them to audiovisual producers in the region so far. This is where Screenbright comes in as a bridge to facilitate the possibility of bringing their stories to life."
The partner writers are: Alejandro Alfaro ("Perdidos en Llamado"), Carmelo di Fazio ("El Marica"), Daniel Laneri ("Desconectados"), Henry Bedwell ("Corazón 39"), Isidro Morales ("Bat & Snake") and Jennifer Clark ("Marina La Niña de las Sirenas").
Additionally, Screenbright has developments for theatrical and television films that include the ones written by Alvaro Gonzalez Kuhn and Carolina Torres ("El Laberinto de Elsa"), Frank Rodriguez ("Rosa y Negro"), Rodrigo Jorquier ("El Gran Rescate"), Pasquale Calone and Carlo Corea Pacheco ("Eterno Retorno").
The stories cover a range of intellectual properties aimed at general and young-adult audiences in the categories of adventure, police, zombies, virtual reality, psychological drama, strategic revenge, thrillers, stories of love, serialized telenovelas and even stories based on real events.