Nov 28, 2017
Cineflix Rights, the UK’s largest independent TV content distributor, has closed a number of deals with Asian networks ahead of ATF 2017.
Leading the sales is a 165 hour package deal with Chinese VOD provider Shanghai BiliBili Technology. Programming in the package includes 1000 Days for the Planet (Seasons 1-3, 22x60’, Glacialis Productions), The Detectives Club: New Orleans (6x60’, Cineflix Productions), Food Factory (Seasons 1,2 & 4, 78x30’, Cineflix Productions), A Big LEGO® Christmas and The Secret World of LEGO® (both 1x60’, Waddell Media), The Day Hitler Died and The Day Kennedy Died (both 1x60’, Finestripe Productions), and Buy It, Fix It, Sell It (Seasons 1&2, 20x30’, Frantic Films).
Cineflix Rights’ wildlife and natural history content continues to perform well with Asian buyers with TVB Hong Kong acquiring Mountains and Life (6x60’, Green Bay Media) and World’s Weirdest Animal Faces (3x60’, Wildbear Entertainment); while Mediacorp Singapore has bought World’s Best Beaches (6x60’, Wildbear Entertainment) and Rogue Earth (2x60’, Pixcom).
Chris Bonney, CEO Rights, Cineflix Media said: “Asia is a growing market for Cineflix Rights, with strong demand for our history and wildlife content. We’ll be launching a number of new shows from these genres at ATF 2017 and look forward to further sales success in the region. ”
All the deals were closed by Chris Bluett, VP Sales, Asia Pacific and Benelux, who is attending ATF.
For more information, contact Mark Ogle at OH Communications (for Cineflix Rights):
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About Cineflix Rights
Cineflix Rights, a division of Cineflix Media Inc., is the UK’s largest independent TV content distributor with a growing catalogue of 4,500 hours of sought-after programs from some of the world’s most creative producers. Our diversified factual and scripted shows cover a wide range of genres, including crime & investigation, documentaries & specials, history, factual entertainment, lifestyle, science & technology, wildlife & natural history, as well as formats. Founded in 2002 and headquartered in London, Cineflix Rights has sales teams in the UK and North America.