Zodiak Rights renews ZKK deal

The distributor has also secured international deals for the London-based prodco's documentaries My Daughter the Teenage Nudist (pictured) and Diet Crazy Mums.
July 3, 2012

Distributor Zodiak Rights has renewed its first-look development deal with London-based production company ZKK and secured deals for the indie’s documentaries My Daughter the Teenage Nudist (pictured) and Diet Crazy Mums.

My Daughter the Teenage Nudist (1 x 60-minutes), which premiered on UK pubcaster Channel 4 in January, follows young British nudists over one summer. It has been acquired by France’s NT1, Israel’s DBS, Australia’s XYZ and ABC, New Zealand’s TVNZ, and Belgium’s VTM.

Diet Crazy Mums, which was produced by Sky Living in the United Kingdom, is about three mothers that are obsessed with dieting and how their lifestyle impacts their childrens’ lives. It has been picked up by Australia’s XYZ, Channel 4 Finland, TV2 Norway, SBS Belgium, Sweden’s Viasat Broadcasting and German-language European network RTL.


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