– Spanish production company AURA Pictures’ series GAIA received three awards at the prestigious series co-production event, Conecta Fiction: a 10,000 euro development contract with France 3 New Aquitaine television; the Navarra Television Award consisting of the recording of a promotional clip and coverage of the winning project in its programs; and the Acorde Music Library Award consisting of access to its music library worth 1,500 euros.
– It became the most awarded series of the event, where 10 other prizes were also awarded in different categories.
– The series is set in the climate change crisis, in 2026, when there is barely a year left for it to become irreversible. It is accompanied by an important transmedia bet.
In the words of Delphine Vialanet, programming director of France 3 in New Aquitaine, “we have opted for a very innovative series with a strong digital focus”.
Its creators are Carol Butrón, Carlos Limón and Julia Fernández. Carol Butrón is the CEO and founder of AURA Pictures, a production company specializing in dystopian and science fiction films, which seeks to become a benchmark in the market, as Variety magazine has recently highlighted by heading the article dedicated to the section. Julia Fernández is co-founder of the Instituto de Estudios Postnaturales and professor at the Escuela Sur del Círculo de Bellas Artes. Carlos Limón is a young talent studying at the Universidad Carlos III who represents the voice of the younger generation and is also a critic at Homonovus magazine. The series is also produced by Guillermina Morrone and designed by Valentina Moreno, PhD in transmedia narratives.
GAIA was the most awarded series at Conecta Fiction, receiving the following awards:
– France 3 Nouvelle-Aquitaine Award consisting of a €10,000 development contract.
– Acorde Music Library Award consisting of access to its music library worth 1,500 €.
– Navarra Television Award consisting of the recording of a promotional clip and coverage of the winning project in its programs.