SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, Sep 1 (EUROPA PRESS) –
The Cabildo de Tenerife presented this Friday the agreement to assign for a year to the Canary Television the broadcasting rights of the educational fiction series ‘The guardians of the seven keys’, in an act in which the first vice president and island councilor participated of Innovation, Enrique Arriaga; the sole administrator of the Canary Islands Radio and Television, Francisco Moreno, and the journalist and creator of the series, María Rozman.
Arriaga stressed that “with this agreement it is possible to give greater visibility to this educational program, a production that is committed to local talent, who believes in young people and their creative and work capacities.”
This action, he indicated, “unites culture and innovation in a playful way to promote the landscapes of our island and make our young people interested in knowing our past and cultural heritage.”
For his part, Francisco Moreno stressed that “the broadcast of this series is an opportunity to demonstrate the vocation of public service and the usefulness of the minutes of broadcasting of the Canarian Radio and television from the dissemination and entertainment”.
He also pointed out that “Canarian Television, in addition, will make a feature film with ‘The Guardians of the Seven Keys’ and both this and the series will be broadcast at the most appropriate time to have the greatest dissemination, and the same will be done with the re-broadcasts, “he specified.
María Rozman thanked the Cabildo for the support that the project has received and recalled that “this program has been carried out by young Vocational Training students”, and added that “they have already been interested in this series in other Spanish communities and, even, from Colorado, in the United States. “
13 EPISODES OF MORE THAN 10 MINUTES
‘The guardians of the seven keys’ consists of 13 episodes of between 10 and 13 minutes in length, in which the protagonists appear inside a building with historical heritage in Tenerife and have 24 hours to decipher riddles by means of a series of keys that they will find and that will serve to open the doors of access to other places or historical times.
The five protagonists are archetypes with which the young people of Tenerife can be identified, such as a surfer, a mathematics student from the ULL, an influencer of the LGTBQ community, a passionate about culture and museums, and an American hacker, and Together they will have to work as a team to solve the tests and continue advancing in the adventure.
Except for the first scenes, which are located in the United States, the entire filming of the series took place on the island of Tenerife, in municipalities such as Santa Cruz de Tenerife, La Laguna, Arico, La Orotava, Granadilla, San Juan de la Rambla and Buenavista.
The scenarios range from the Anaga and Teno lighthouses to the Anaga Rural Park, passing through the Teide National Park, the Instituto de Astrofísica de Canarias (IAC), the Instituto Tecnológico y de Energías Renovables (ITER) and the interior of museums. of Tenerife like the MUNA and the TEA.