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CABLE GIRLS


Producer Company · Bambú Producciones
Format · 24x50'
Genre · Melodrama
Sinopsis

Madrid. 1928. 8 a.m. High heels, full skirts and clutch bags. The doors of the country’s only telephone company are opened to welcome hundreds of women workers who are the foundation of the company. They are young, pretty and modern. They are the ‘lady operators’. And the world is in their hands. Revolution has come in the shape of a telephone and these women are the very image of that revolution.

They have arrived from all over Spain to work in an impressive 13-storey skyscraper at the very center of Madrid. A place which represents progress and modernity, where jealousy, envy and betrayal get mixed up with a hunger for success, with friendship and love, but, above all, with dreams.

The Cable Girls is the story of a company and a place, La Compañía Telefónica Nacional (The National Telephone Company), the story of an era, the 1920s; but above all, it is the story of Lidia, Marga, Carlota and Ángeles.

They represent progress and project a modern image of women, those who are prepared to challenge established conventions and take control of their own lives. But there are many, varied challenges these women must face, which is why friendship and mutual support will be key for them to get ahead in the world in which they live. These four women represent four different ways of understanding the world and of facing its problems.

TECHNICAL DATA

Original Idea
Ramón Campos and Gema R. Neira
Executive Production
Ramón Campos and Teresa Fernández-Valdés
Production Management
Pepe Ripoll and Kevin Jiménez
Direction
Carlos Sedes, David Pinillos, Antonio Hernández and Roger Gual
Screenwriting
Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira, Mª José Rustarazo, Jaime Vaca, Carlos Portela, Almudena Ocaña, Paula Fernández and Flora González Villanueva
Photography Direction
Jacobo Martínez and Dani Sosa
Original Soundtrack
Julio de la Rosa
Art Direction
Raquel Benavides
Costume Design
Helena Sanchís
Make-up and Hair Style
Montse Boqueras and Mara Collazo
Editing
Julia Juanatey and Mario Maroto

CAST

BLANCA SUÁREZ
ANA FERNÁNDEZ
MAGGIE CIVANTOS
NADIA DE SANTIAGO
ANA POLVOROSA
YON GONZÁLEZ
MARTIÑO RIVAS
SERGIO MUR
NICO ROMERO
BORJA LUNA
IRIA DEL RÍO
ÁNGELA CREMONTE
CONCHA VELASCO
SIMÓN ANDREU
CARLOS KANIOWSKY
MARÍA GARRALÓN
TINA SAINZ
RAQUEL SIERRA
LUISA GAVASA
JOAN CROSAS
KITI MÁNVER
MIGUEL LAGO
MARINA ORTA
ITZAN ESCAMILLA
JAVIER LAORDEN
AGNES LLOBET

AWARDS

Shanghai International Film and TV Festival-Magnolia Awards 2018
Award for the Best Foreign TV Miniseries category

Iberoamerican Film Platino Awards 2018
Award for the Best Female Acting category to Blanca Suárez
Nomination for the Best Iberoamerican Miniseries category

Feroz Awards 2018
Nomination for the Best TV Supporting Actress category to Ana Polvorosa

Ondas Awards 2017
Award for the Online Best Fiction Series

Cosmopolitan Awards 2017
Girl Gang Award