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DRG to ‘Kill Arman’ for MIPCOM

London-based distributor Digital Rights Group (DRG) has acquired international distribution rights to a new martial arts travel show Kill Arman from indie prodco Rabbit Films. The 10x30-minute series follows Arman Alizad, a lazy, out of shape man in his mid-30s with no martial arts experience as he goes through six months of extreme combat training before battling ten experts in different martial arts. DRG is launching the series under its iD Distribution banner at MIPCOM along with other non-fiction titles such as Dr G: Medical Examiner, The Real Hustle and The Real A&E.
October 7, 2009

London-based distributor Digital Rights Group (DRG) has acquired international distribution rights to a new martial arts travel show Kill Arman from indie prodco Rabbit Films. The 10×30-minute series follows Arman Alizad, a lazy, out of shape man in his mid-30s with no martial arts experience as he goes through six months of extreme combat training before battling ten experts in different martial arts. DRG is launching the series under its iD Distribution banner at MIPCOM along with other non-fiction titles such as Dr G: Medical Examiner, The Real Hustle and The Real A&E.

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