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VELVET


Producer company · Bambú Producciones
Format · 54x70'
Genre · Romantic Melodrama
Periodicity · Weekly
Sinopsis

In Spain, in 1958, there is a place where everyone would like to go shopping at least once in a lifetime: The Velvet Fashion Mall. Inside, we can find the most elegant, sophisticated and expensive suits of that time, but, above all, it hides one of the most wonderful love stories ever told. The love story of Ana and Alberto. She is a humble dressmaker. He is a young man destined to inherit the majestic empire of fashion that his father manages until now. Amongst fabrics and haute couture dresses that recall a dream life, both of them are willing to break the rules of that time and live their love despite what others might try to impose them. However, destiny holds for them too many things that will put their true love to the test; so many that will even turn it into something forbidden.

In the second season, Velvet opens its doors to the public again. A new collection about to be launched and some new faces at the fashion mall, more than one surprise in its fitting rooms. There is a new atmosphere blowing through the corridors and with this offer: who can resist going shopping? Relationships get tricky and this will be the tone of these episodes. Ana tries to forget her old love with the help of a new one. But when she has been given the opportunity to be promoted within the company, the paths of our main characters seem to cross again. If she accepts, Ana will have to face the challenge to work every day besides the man she hasn´t forgotten yet. Will she be able to leave the past behind?

Now in the third season, at last Alberto and Ana have thrown themselves to their love and they are willing to fight against any obstacle to keep them together; But things will not be easy. Oxford stores are having access to Velvet confidential information, getting across every step Alberto takes. The responsibility for all this: Estéban Márquez, his uncle. Once the moment comes, Esteban will have the opportunity to sabotage the fashion mall.

The fourth and last season comes with a gap of 5 years. We pass from the 50’s to the 60’s. It’s time for change and revolution. One of the best decades to be young. Everything is new and Velvet Fashion Mall are not indifferent to the time signals: it is time to change.

During the years after Alberto’s death, Ana has become a successful designer known internationally and focused on her work and son. But someone comes back and will alter her peace. More love, more surprises and humor than ever in the most glamorous series in TV. Velvet’s last season will put the world of fashion upside down in Spain but also the world of the inhabitants of this famous fashion mall.

TECHNICAL DATA

Original Idea
Ramón Campos and Gema R. Neira
Executive Production
Ramón Campos and Teresa Fernández-Valdés
Production Management
Beatriz Revilla and Javier Mateos
Direction
Carlos Sedes, David Pinillos, Silvia Quer, Jorge Sánchez-Cabezudo and Manuel Gómez Pereira
Screenwriting
Ramón Campos, Gema R. Neira, Ángela Armero, Jaime Vaca, Daniel Martín, Teresa Fernández-Valdés, Moisés Gómez, Carlos de Pando, Carlos Portela, Estíbaliz Burgaleta, Cristóbal Garrido and Mª José Rustarazo
Photography Direction
Jacobo Martínez, Unax Mendia and Aitor Mantxola
Original Soundtrack
Lucio Godoy
Art Direction
Carlos de Dorremochea and Jorge de Soto
Costume Design
Helena Sanchís
Make-up and Hair Style
Ana López-Puigcerver, Belén López-Puigcerver and Ana Urosa
Editing
Julia Juanatey, Fidel Collados, Andrés Federico and Ascen Marchena

CAST

PAULA ECHEVARRÍA
MIGUEL ÁNGEL SILVESTRE
AITANA SÁNCHEZ-GIJÓN
MANUELA VELASCO
MANUELA VELLÉS
MARTA HAZAS
MAXI IGLESIAS
JAVIER REY
CECILIA FREIRE
ADRIÁN LASTRA
MIRIAM GIOVANELLI
SARA RIVERO
ASIER ETXEANDÍA
PEP MUNNÉ
AMAIA SALAMANCA
DIEGO MARTÍN
ÁNGELA MOLINA
PETER VIVES
JUANA ACOSTA
RAÚL ARÉVALO
GORKA OTXOA
CHARLOTTE VEGA
FRANK CRUDELE
FRANCESCO TESTI
AITOR LUNA
CONCHA VELASCO

In collaboration with NATALIA MILLÁN and JOSÉ SACRISTÁN

AWARDS

IRIS Awards 2017 from the Spanish TV Academy
Nomination for the Best Fiction category
Award for the Best Perfomance on TV category to David Flecha and David Pinillos for Velvet: El Final

Silver Fotogramas Awards 2016 
Nomination for the Best TV Actor category to Asier Etxeandía
Nomination for the Best TV Actress category to Cecilia Freire
Award for the Best TV Actress category to Paula Echevarría
Nomination for the Best Spanish TV Series category

Feroz Awards 2016
Award for the Best TV Supporting Actor category to José Sacristán
Nomination for the Best TV Supporting Actress category to Cecilia Freire

MiM Series Awards 2016
Nomination for the Best Leading Actress category to Paula Echevarría

Rockie Awards-BANFF World Media Festival 2016
Nomination for the Best TV Melodrama category

Ondas Awards 2016 
Award for the Best Female Interpreter in Fiction category to Cecilia Freire

Cosmopolitan Awards ‘Fun Fearless’ 2016
Award for the Best TV Actress to ‘Velvet female cast’

Acting Union Awards 2016
Nomination for the Best TV Supporting Actor category to Asier Etxeandía
Nomination for the Best TV Leader Actor category to José Sacristán
Nomination for the Best TV Supporting Actor category to Adrián Lastra

Acting Union Awards 2015
Award for the Best TV Supporting Actor category to Asier Etxeandía
Nomination for the Best TV Supporting Actress category to Cecilia Freire
Nomination for the Best TV Supporting Actor category to Diego Martín

MiM Series Awards 2015
Nomination for the Best Leader Actress category to Paula Echevarría

Cosmopolitan Awards ‘Fun Fearless’ 2015
Award for the Best TV Series category
Award for the Best TV Actor category to Asier Etxeandía
Award for the Best TV Actress category to Paula Echevarría

‘De pura cepa’ Awards 2015 from TVR (Rioja Television)
Award for the Best TV Production category

C21 International Drama Awards 2014
Nomination for the Best Foreign Drama category

Silver Fotogramas Awards 2014
Nomination for the Best TV Actress category to Cecilia Freire
Nomination for the Best TV Actor category to Asier Etxeandía

Ondas Awards 2014
Award for the Best Male Interpreter in Fiction category to José Sacristán

MiM Series Awards 2014
Nomination for the Best TV Series category
Nomination for the Best Direction category
Nomination for the Best Leader Actor category to Miguel Ángel Silvestre
Nomination for the Best Leader Actress category to Paula Echevarría
Award for the Best Creation category to Ramón Campos and Gema R. Neira

IRIS Awards 2014 from the Spanish TV Academy
Nomination for the Best Fiction category
Award for the Best Actor category to José Sacristán 
Nomination for the Best Photography and Illumination Direction category to Jacobo Martínez
Nomination for the Best Art Direction and Scenography category to Carlos Dorremochea and Jorge de Soto
Nomination for the Best TV Music category to Lucio Godoy

INTERNATIONAL SALES

Atresmedia
Beta Film