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Dramacorp presents two new projects: ’Cannes Confidential’ and ’Rome’

We are proud to announce the development of two upcoming international drama-series by Dramacorp.

Patrick Nebout (Executive Producer) and David Lisnard (Mayor of Cannes) signing the partnership agreement on ’Cannes Confidential’. 

’Cannes Confidential’ is a 10×45’ blue sky procedural drama set in the beautiful French Riviera and co-created by Chris Murray (Van Der Walk, Midsomer Murders). It is the first English-language procedural drama to be produced on the Cote d’Azur since the 1970s. We are very pleased to be working together with the City of Cannes who have granted us exclusive access to film in the city.

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’Rome’ is a 8×45’ supernatural thriller penned by Henrik Jansson-Schweizer and Morgan Jensen. Set in Europe during the mid 70s, the series draws inspiration from the classic films ’Don’t Look Now’ and ’The Omen’ in order to tell the story about a mother’s plight to save her daughter who is believed to be possessed by the Devil.

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Stay tuned for more on ’Cannes Confidential’ and ’Rome’.

Henrik Jansson-Schweizer joins Dramacorp

We’re pleased to announce that Henrik Jansson-Schweizer has joined Dramacorp as Creative Director and Executive Producer.

“This really is a ‘getting the band back together’ moment. Henrik is one of this industry’s finest and most experienced creative executives. I’m thrilled to have him join the Dramacorp team as we up our game further and expand our activities to international shows.” – Patrick Nebout

“After ten great years at Nice Drama, it feels the right time to reunite with Patrick and take part in the Dramacorp adventure. As always, when Patrick and I get together, we have extremely high ambitions. With Patrick’s international knowhow and sense for the market’s zeitgeist, I truly believe there’s no limit to what we can achieve.” – Henrik Jansson-Schweizer

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Patrick Nebout and Henrik Jansson-Schweizer (right)

NENT Group greenlights Dramacorp’s ‘Cryptid’, to premiere on Viaplay 2020

“Cryptid is our first foray into short-form production and the horror genre, so we thought we’d aim for another first in the process and create a new genre — Nordic Comic Noir, with a unique tone and look inspired by pop graphic novels,” said Nebout, who described the series as “an elevated, sexy, scary coming-of-age thriller with a supernatural twist.” – Elsa Keslassy, Variety.

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