Team girls (from left to right and from up to down ): Asia Ortega (Flor), Mireia Oriol (Lorena), Clàudia Riera (Gina), Natàlia Barrientos (Berta), Dèlia Brufau (Emma), Júlia Gibert (Raquel), Yasmina Drissi (Laila) / CCMA
“Les de l’hoquei”, a title still provisional, is the result of the final project of four Audiovisual Communication students of Pompeu Fabra University: Laura Azemar, Natàlia Boadas, Marta Vivet and Ona Anglada. The project was presented to the second Audiovisual Pitching, organized annually by the Clúster Audiovisual de Catalunya with the aim of connecting the university with the audiovisual industry. The presentation, which took place at the CCCB in December 2016, sparked the interest of several Catalan producers.TV series is a TV3 production in collaboration with our partner, Brutal Media, written by Marta Grau, Núria Parera, Ona Anglada, Laura Azemar, Natàlia Boadas and Marta Vivet, and directed by Kiko Ruiz Claverol and Patricia Font, who will begin filming in January and will be on prime time in April.The series, which revolves around a team of female roller hockey, offers a new generational look that aims to put women’s sport in their place and approach the teen audience.Hockey: a common passion
Emma, Laila, Raquel, Flor, Lorena, Berta and Gina are totally different from each other, but they have a common passion: playing hockey. But Minerva’s women’s section, her hockey club, is bored by the bad results and her president prefers to bet on the male team, because they have better results. But the girls will not give up: they have the creative vision of their new coach, Anna, one of the best players in the world, who returns to the village to recover from a serious injury, but she also hides a great secret.Anna’s innovative game style will confront with girls ex-coaching Terrats that is the actual coach of men’s first team. However, both of them will show that women’s sport deserves a place in the world. But it won’t be easy, because everyone has personal dilemmas, struggles with their parents, with the boys of the first team, and with a world of adults that does not always understand them.
A new generational and feminine look of sport … and life.
The case of “Les de l’hoquei” is not unique: other end-of-grade works presented at Audiovisual Pitching University – Industry have become or will soon become a reality. This is the video of the first fruits of Pitching Audiovisual that we premiered at the last Audiovisual Talent Week.
In pictures, Laura Azemar and Natàlia Boadas during their speech in Audiovisual Pitching 2016. In the second picture, the scripwriters team working on the TV series with Brutal Media.