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Electric Sky sells “Glamour Puds,” “Guilty Pleasures”

UK-based distributor Electric Sky has sold a raft of programming to European and Australasian broadcasters, including The Battle for Haiti (pictured).
July 14, 2011

UK-based distributor Electric Sky has sold a raft of programming to European and Australasian broadcasters, including The Battle for Haiti (pictured).

France’s Planete Thalassa picked up the 1 x 48-minute series from Quicksilver Media for Channel 4, one of realscreen‘s MIPTV Picks, as well as Customs series three (12 x 23′) by Favourite Films for Nine Network in Australia.

A package of titles was picked up by Australia’s SBS including James Rhodes: Piano Man (7 x 28 minutes) by Fresh One Productions for Sky Arts, Looking for Lowry (1 x 60 minutes) by Foxtrot Films for ITV, and Guilty Pleasures (1 x 86 minutes) by Bungalow Town Production for Channel 4. In New Zealand, The Living Channel has acquired Dream Lives for Sale (8 x 44 minutes) by Freeform Productions for Sky1.

In Spain, Multicanal Iberia SLU has picked up wildlife titles Klin Wara: Ultimate Papua New Guinea (1 x 52 minutes) by Shark Bay Films and Wild Events (7 x 23 minutes) by Steel Spyda Productions for FIVE. Also in Spain, Television Catalunya has acquired My Cypriot Kitchen (10 x 22 minutes) by Isis Media for Discovery UK.

Ukraine’s Trevano Pictures (Inter TV Channel) has picked up the first series of Glamour Puds (10 x 23 minutes), following French master patissier Eric Lanlard as he shares his tricks of the trade, while series two of Glamour Puds (10 x 23 minutes) has been licensed to Fox in Italy and both series have also been picked up by Fox in India this month.   The series is produced by The Last Word Productions for Channel 4.

About The Author
Selina Chignall joins the realscreen team as a staff writer. Prior to working with rs, she covered lobbying activity at Hill Times Publishing. She also spent a year covering the Hill as a journalist with iPolitics. Her beat focused on youth, education, democratic reform, innovation and infrastructure. She holds a Master of Arts in Journalism from Western University and a Honours Bachelor of Arts from the University of Toronto.

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