Exclusive Media rings in international sales for “Undefeated”

Exclusive Media has sold international rights to the Academy Award-winning documentary feature film Undefeated to territories including Australia, Latin America and Singapore.
March 23, 2012

Exclusive Media has sold international rights to the Academy Award-winning documentary feature film Undefeated to territories including Australia, Latin America and Singapore.

Following on the deal with Dogwoof  in the UK, Exclusive Media has also completed pacts with Madman Entertainment in Australia, CDC in Latin America, Independent Films in Benelux, Impuls Pictures/Rialto in Switzerland, Sam Films in Iceland and United King in Israel.

Additional sales were made with Cathay in Singapore, PT Amero in Indonesia, Lots Home Entertainment in Taiwan and M Pictures in Thailand.

Undefeated is a universally crowd-pleasing film exploring the triumph of the human spirit and it is attracting some of the leading documentary distributors from around the world including Dogwoof and Madman,” said Alex Walton, Exclusive Media’s president of international sales and distribution. “This is a film that deserves to be seen and our first class international partners are bringing it to the widest audience possible.”

Directed by Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin, the doc follows a underprivilaged group of inner-city Memphis teens and their coach as they attempt to win their school’s first playoff game in 110 years. It was produced by Exclusive Media’s documentary arm Spitfire Pictures and Zipper Bros Films, in association with Level 22 and Five Smooth Stones Productions.

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