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A selection of international series in competition in front of a jury of professionals
Like every year, a selection of 15 international short series will be presented to the audience and put in competition before a jury of professionals.
This official selection will naturally focus on the quality and originality of the series in competition. Carried out by professionals in the audiovisual industry, this selection is made according to specific qualitative criteria (script, staging, acting, technical qualities, etc.).
Through this selection, the festival wishes to highlight the diversity of creation and wants to be an incubator for new talents and to serve as a springboard for creation. In addition, most of the series presented will be broadcast exclusively.
The Marseille Web Fest will project the first episodes (20 minutes maximum) of the series on the big screen for the duration of the festival, and they will be available online for free, with subtitles (in French for foreign series) after registration on our dedicated platform.
President of the Jury
A graduate of EDHEC and a Master’s degree in Law and Administration of Audiovisual Communication from the Sorbonne, Voyelle has devoted her energy to the development, production and broadcasting of audiovisual projects in France and abroad for nearly 20 years. Her various mandates have led her to explore writing for youth, the web and new media, and to supervise nearly 200 original creations, 75 of which have received international awards. In 2019, she joins Vincent Guttmann at Small by Mac Guff studio, to set up the Small Creative label. She is the initiator of the French Immersive Studios umbrella.
Maria Albiñana has an MA Acting Degree, MA Journalism and MA Classical Ballet Dance. She extended her acting training at the Actors Studio (US), Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts (London), Piccolo Teatro di Milan. Maria works regularly for television, cinema, theater and even numerous musicals. She won several awards including those for best actress. We will soon find Maria in the movie theatre with “I Met A Girl” an australian dramatic comedy.
Sabrina Agresti Roubache has worked for many years with many production companies, including Seconde Vague Productions, which she will eventually acquire in 2019. In 2014, Sabrina decided to create her own production company, Gurkin productions, in order to embark on more personal projects. She ensures the executive production of the series MARSEILLE for Netflix and works in immersion with Dan Franck, the creator of the series. Sabrina received the Women’s Award from the Tribune in 2016, Woman of the Year Award, on New Financial Engineering from Gurkin Invest Films, an investment fund.
Vice TV France
Romain Marsily is the Managing Director of Vice TV France. Successively and sometimes simultaneously in charge of editorial studies, project director, editor, channel director and producer of talk shows and documentary series, he has been evolving for 10 years between theory and practice of the world of content. He also teaches its workings and perspectives at Sciences Po Paris.
Patrick Nebout is a multi-award winning Franco-Swedish producer based in Stockholm. He is known for his successful series: Midnight sun (C + 2016) and the blockbuster oscar nominated “The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out the Window and Disappeared” (2013). In 2020, Patrick produced a horror series “Cryptid” broadcast on the Nordic platform VIAPLAY and on SALTO. Patrick is currently working on the production of “Cannes Confidential”, a detective series for AMC Networks and two major European brodacasters. The series is scheduled for shooting in 2022 in the iconic city of Cannes. The event drama series “Whiskey on The Rocks” is also in development, based on the most infamous Cold War incident in Scandinavia in 1981.