Iris Award for España después de la guerra, el franquismo en color

The documentary series produced for DMAX has been recognised by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences as the best programme produced in Spain for a thematic channel. In 2017, the Iris Awards awarded a prize in this same category to España dividida: la Guerra Civil en color, the first part of the DMAX historical trilogy that colourises the main events of Spain’s recent history and which ends with the mini documentary series Franco, La vida del dictador en color.

The premiere of Franco, La vida del dictador en color was a big smash with the public, bringing in 525,000 viewers and achieving an average audience share of 3.2%, making it the most watched programme on DTT on Monday and the best local production to be premiered on the channel all the year.

Next Monday, 25 November, DMAX will broadcast the second part of this production by Minoria Absoluta for DMAX which offers a rigorous account, from the unique visual perspective offered by colour images, of the life of Francisco Franco more than 40 years after his death.

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