Carlos Soldevila is the co-founder of the Montreal-based production house Trio Orange. Established in 2008, their innovative television and digital content appeals to audiences all over the world. Trio’s latest fiction series, Can You Hear Me? (Télé-Québec) is the first Québec drama to be produced for Netflix. The beloved program scooped up a host of awards, including Best Comedy at Series Mania in Lille, Best Non-English Language Drama Series at the Rockie Awards in Banff, and five Canadian Gémeaux Awards. Today, the diversity and quality of its productions have made Trio Orange a leader of creative content. The company produces over 25 different series a year in categories ranging from drama to youth, documentary, game shows and lifestyle. Their shows are sold around the world and have been dubbed in several languages.
Carlos is currently producing the dramedy “Le temps des framboises” from the author of Netflix’s original series Can You Hear Me? and directed by the academy awards nominee filmmaker Philippe Falardeau.