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NGCI picks up “Great White Code Red,” “Black Mamba”

National Geographic Channels International has acquired three films from wildlife specialist Earth Touch, including 50-minute doc Great White Code Red (pictured).
March 21, 2014

National Geographic Channels International (NGCI) has acquired three films from wildlife specialist Earth Touch, including 50-minute doc Great White Code Red (pictured).

The broadcaster has also acquired Black Mamba – Kiss of Death (1 x 50-minutes) and Lion Brotherhood (1 x 50-minutes). All three docs are coproductions with U.S. net Smithsonian Channel.

Earth Touch holds worldwide distribution – excluding the U.S. – for the docs, which will all air on Nat Geo Wild internationally.

Chris Fletcher, Earth Touch’s director of sales and programming, said: “These documentaries represent the best of what Earth Touch has to offer, going further into unexplored elements of the world’s most fearsome natural predators – combining our state of the art production values with an insatiable curiosity.”

 

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