London-based indie Nevision is launching a new office in Spain.

This follows the launch of Nevision Inc in Los Angeles and New York as well as working alongside sister company Nevis Productions with offices in Stockholm and Copenhagen.

Nevision’s Barcelona office will be headed by writer and producer Tim Parfitt who will work with Nevision’s founder, James Cabourne. Nevision in Spain will develop scripted series in Spanish for both the local and global marketplaces.

The new venture already has three projects in development, two of which are with renowned Spanish Director and Writer Roger Gual (Smoking Room, 7 Años, Remake, Tasting Menu), including one in partnership with Nevis Productions.

Tim Parfitt joins Nevision following a career as a publisher, journalist and producer with international media experience based in Spain, including roles as CEO of Ediciones Condé Nast and Director General of Prisma Publicaciones (Grupo Planeta). He is the author of The Barcelona Connection, also in development with Nevision for the screen.

In separate news, Anni Faurbye Fernandez, Founder,  Co-Owner and CEO of Nevis Productions is joining Nevision’s board with immediate effect.

James Cabourne says: “Having established ourselves in the UK and USA, as well as working in close collaboration with our sister company in Scandinavia, launching an office in a key territory in mainland Europe was the next logical step for Nevision. Spanish-language drama is respected and viewed worldwide and the opportunity to create our own series as well as remaking successful international dramas in Spanish is very exciting. We are also delighted to welcome Anni to the board to help navigate our continued expansion.”

Tim Parfitt adds: “The opportunities for Spanish-language drama has proliferated over the last 12 months and we are excited by the possibilities for our content both locally and globally. To have the hugely respected Roger Gual partnering us on our first two projects is a great coup and we look forward to working with him as we develop our slate of projects.”

Jon Creamer

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