The Guardian features Dating Dalí as one of the series to watch this week among new releases from Netflix and BBC:
Dating Dalí. An endearing webseries (which continues in a novel), this Spanish production recently netted an award at Paris’s Series Mania festival, where the jury was headed by Sopranos creator David Chase. The premise? Salvador Dalí winds up in a world that’s even more surreal than his imagination: the 21st century. But what will the moustachioed one make of modern courtship?
Variety magazine features our award at the Séries Mania Festival:
The Webseries Award was nabbed by “Dating Dali”, a Spanish romantic comedy web-series-come-novel with Dali, just about to make “L’Age d’Or” with Buñuel, time traveling to the 21st century. Alonso Laporta directs; Laporta and Gon Alonso produce.
We’ve won BEST WEB SERIES at the Séries Mania Festival in Paris!!!!
Thanks everyone for your support!
“Meilleure websérie : Dating Dali est une web-série espagnole réalisée par Alonso Laporta”
Dating Dalí has been selected to the Séries Mania Festival organized by the Paris City Hall!!
It’s a TV festival with a web series category that is voted by the audience.
If you have a moment, you can vote for us here: http://series-mania.fr/webseries/dating-dali/
Thanks a lot!
Bilbaoclick magazine gave us one of the special awards at Bilbao Web Fest and today features this broad interview (in Spanish) on the series and the novel. Many thanks!
Dating Dalí enters the Web Series World Cup in place 13th!
The Web Series World Cup is published by Web Séries Mag in the French newspaper Libération.
Dating Dalí will be part of the official selection at the LatAm Web Fest that will take place in Miami next September!
Photo with Bryan Thompson, director of LatAm Web Fest, who was also a member of the jury at Bilbao Web Fest:
Dating Dalí won three awards at Bilbao Web Fest!
– Best Trailer
– BilbaoClick Special Award
– Direct Selection to LatAm Webfest in Miami
Many thanks to the jury and the organizers of the festival. We’ve had an amazing time meeting creators from all over the world.
You can read an article in BilbaoClick about the ceremony and the award we received here.
Some pictures from the ceremony at the Guggenheim Museum:
I also took part in a panel on web series “Made in Spain”:
Web Séries Mag from the French newspaper Libération talks about Dating Dalí while reviewing the official selection at Bilbao Web Fest:
Dating Dali est le genre de websérie qui vous attire tout de suite avec son pitch. Ici, on nous promet d’expédier un jeune Salvador Dali à notre époque et de confronter son surréalisme à notre – dure – réalité. En gros, c’est presque Marty McFly avec une drôle de moustache et une canne à pommeau.
Dali réussira t’il à inverser le sort qui l’empêche de vivre sa vraie vie, supportera t’il le surréalisme de bazar de son compagnon et parviendra t’il à se faire aimer?
Les épisodes sont très bien écrits et réalisés par Alonso Laporta et Gon Alonso campe un Dali à peine forcé, toujours amusant.
You can read the full article here.
Dating Dalí has been included in the official selection atBilbao Web Fest 2015, the first Basque web series festival, and has received SEVEN nominations:
– Best Web Series
– Best Director
– Best Main Actor
– Best Supporting Actor
– Best Production Design
– Best Drama
– Best Trailer
The festival will take place on October 14-16, and Dating Dalí will be one of the screenings. You can find more information at www.bilbaowebfest.com