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Madrid, April 27, 2023 – Álex de la Iglesia, one of the most influential directors of the Spanish audiovisual industry with films such as The Day of the Beast, The Oxford Crimes and Witching and Bitching, has created his first miniseries for Netflix with Jorge Guerricaechevarría. With a script by Pablo Tébar and Jorge Valdano, 1992 will be directed by Álex de la Iglesia himself. 

The new fiction from the director of Common Wealth will revolve around mysterious murders in which the same pattern is always repeated: all the victims have been burned and a doll of Curro, the iconic mascot of Expo ’92 in Seville, appears next to the bodies. 

In the words of Álex de la Iglesia: “1992 is a thriller that mixes suspense and political intrigue and takes us back to a key moment in the recent history of our country that many of us keep in our memories”. 

Filming will begin soon in Seville.

About Pokeepsie Films:

Pokeepsie Films (Banijay Iberia) aims to provide an outlet for directors, both new and established, who love the fantasy genre, thrillers, horror, comedy, and a different way of telling things.

Pokeepsie Films (Banijay Iberia) is the audiovisual production company of director and screenwriter Álex de la Iglesia, and actress and producer Carolina Bang. Since 2014, Pokeepsie has become one of the most relevant production companies in Spanish cinema, with a powerful catalog and great future projection. Through Pokeepsie Films, Álex and Carolina have found the way to develop their passion for cinema: betting on the search for new filmmakers, both national and international, and promoting the creative development of the entertainment industry through content in the form of feature films and series, always brave and innovative.

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