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New Sundance Channels pick up DCD Rights package

DCD Rights has licensed programming to the new Sundance Channels in Asia, France and Benelux, along with the option of further territories. The documentaries included in the deal are West Park Pictures' Theatreland, an 8 x 30-minute observational documentary series that goes behind the scene at London's West End theater venues, and Iron Maiden Flight 666, a 112-minute documentary film following the first leg of legendary heavy metal band Iron Maiden's recent world tour.
February 11, 2010

DCD Rights has licensed programming to the new Sundance Channels in Asia, France and Benelux, along with the option of further territories. The documentaries included in the deal are West Park Pictures’ Theatreland, an 8 x 30-minute observational documentary series that goes behind the scene at London’s West End theater venues, and Iron Maiden Flight 666, a 112-minute documentary film following the first leg of legendary heavy metal band Iron Maiden’s recent world tour.

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