UK distributor Dogwoof has secured a number of TV sales for docs including Web Junkie (pictured) and The Case Against 8 ahead of the approaching MIPDoc and MIPTV markets.
Internet addiction doc Web Junkie has been sold to RAI (Italy), YLE (Finland), DR (Denmark), SVT (Sweden), VPRO (The Netherlands), VMMA (Belgium) and HBO Europe (Central Europe), while similarly themed Internet use doc InRealLife was sold to Prisa TV (Spain), HBO Netherlands, and DBS (Israel).
Sundance award-winner The Case Against 8, which looks at California’s ban on same-sex marriage, went to DR, SVT, YLE and DBS; while HBO’s Dangerous Acts, about Belorussian resistance movements, was sold to HBO Europe, HBO Netherlands, Prisa TV, DBS and DR.
Finally, Arte France bought the Greenland-set Village at the End of the World, while a doc called The Network, about Afghanistan’s biggest independent TV network, went to UR (Sweden), S.H. Channel 8 (Israel), DR, TVP (Poland), RTL (Germany) and Netflix UK.