DIGITAL / TV
With the press of a button and a fair degree of fanfare, Netherlands-based TERN International used MIPCOM 2015 as the launching pad for its Ultra HD-4K factual entertainment channel, Insight.
As the world’s producers, distributors, and harried journalists prepare to descend upon the French Riviera for the 31st annual MIPCOM market in Cannes, realscreen presents the first installment of our round-up of non-fiction and unscripted titles heading to the Croisette.
DIGITAL / FILM
Less than two weeks after announcing their visual journalism unit with Laura Poitras, Charlotte Cook (pictured, center) and AJ Schnack (right) caught up with realscreen at the Camden International Film Festival to discuss their master plan for Field of Vision.
Nine Network Australia has taken the rights to UK producer Twofour’s entertainment format This Time Next Year, slated for production immediately.
Networks in France, Sweden, Norway, Germany and Poland have picked up the Finestripe Productions-made doc, which promises to give a new account of the days leading up to Adolf Hitler’s suicide in 1945.
The French distributor has acquired the global distribution rights to entertainment format Best Host Ever a.k.a. Le Grand Tralala from Paris-based R&G Productions.
Sky Vision has picked up 50 hours of factual programming from Peacock Alley Entertainment, in addition to inking an exclusive distribution deal with the Toronto-based producer. (Pictured: Unusually Thicke)
Ahead of the Canadian net’s debut of Klondike Trappers (pictured) on October 6, realscreen offers a sneak peek of the Paperny Entertainment-produced series, about a group of fur trappers who risk their lives to support a family in the frozen Alaskan and Yukon wilderness.