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Paramount’s VIS signs first-look pact with Las Invisibles prodco Morena Films

Las Invisibles will stream on Paramount+ in Latin America this year

CONECTA: Paramount’s international studio VIS has agreed a first-look deal with Spanish production company Morena Films to develop and produce films and series.

The fruits of the agreement will go to Paramount’s bouquet of channels and platforms, with a strong focus on Latin America, Spain and US Hispanic markets, the US company announced this afternoon at the Conecta Fiction & Entertainment conference in Toledo, Spain.

The move comes after VIS and Morena sealed a deal to produce drama Las Invisibles, which is scheduled to stream on Paramount+ in Latin America later this year. Created by Héctor Lozano, Las Invisibles follows a group of five women who face difficult working conditions as hotel maids.

Madrid-based Morena is the company behind movies hits Campeones (Champions), Todos lo Saben (Everybody Knows) and Bajocero (Below Zero) and series such as supernatural thriller Diablero on Netflix.

VIS has already forged alliances with international production companies such as Gaumont, El Deseo, Cattleya, 100 Bares Productions, 11:11 Films & TV and Indigo, among others.

The studio has also developed projects with Hispanic talent such as Paco Cabezas, Juan José Campanella, Santiago Segura, Frida Torresblanco, Marc Anthony, Diego Boneta, Manolo Cardona and Luis Gerardo Méndez.

“As VIS continues to nurture Paramount’s international portfolio of top-quality Spanish language-focused content for our international audiences, expanding our partnership with Morena Films is a logical next step,” said Laura Abril, senior VP and head of VIS EMEA and Asia.

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