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BuzzTaxi makes sales across Europe, Australia and Asia

Canadian distributor BuzzTaxi Communications has a slate of factual and documentary sales to announce. The UK's Film 24 Limited has picked up two entertainment programs, Inside Hollywood season 1 and Whatever Happened To? season 1, while crime biography series Homicide File has been picked up by Viasat in Denmark. Finland sales include sports show Fight Night and documentary Embryo Adoption, a one-off one-hour to MTV Oy/Max Channel, and Life's a Gamble and How to Make Love to My Wife to MTV Oy/Subtv and TF1 in France. All 3 seasons of travel/adventure series Survivorman are heading to France on Direct 8, seasons 2 and 3 to Discovery India and season 3 to TV Catalunya in Spain. Also in Spain, The Role That Change My Life has been picked up by Teuve. Lastly, ABC 2 Australia has bought Rude: Where Are Our Manners? and Asian Food Channel has picked up the third season and a one-hour holiday special of culinary series Food Jammers.
November 24, 2009

Canadian distributor BuzzTaxi Communications has a slate of factual and documentary sales to announce. The UK’s Film 24 Limited has picked up two entertainment programs, Inside Hollywood season 1 and Whatever Happened To? season 1, while crime biography series Homicide File has been picked up by Viasat in Denmark. Finland sales include sports show Fight Night and documentary Embryo Adoption, a one-off one-hour to MTV Oy/Max Channel, and Life’s a Gamble and How to Make Love to My Wife to MTV Oy/Subtv and TF1 in France. All 3 seasons of travel/adventure series Survivorman are heading to France on Direct 8, seasons 2 and 3 to Discovery India and season 3 to TV Catalunya in Spain. Also in Spain, The Role That Change My Life has been picked up by Teuve. Lastly, ABC 2 Australia has bought Rude: Where Are Our Manners? and Asian Food Channel has picked up the third season and a one-hour holiday special of culinary series Food Jammers.

About The Author
Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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