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Cineflix Rights takes on “Biblical Conspiracies”

Biblical researcher Simcha Jacobovici and his Associated Producers have inked a distribution deal with Cineflix Rights for their series Biblical Conspiracies, which debuts on Science Channel on Sunday (December 14).
December 12, 2014

Biblical researcher Simcha Jacobovici and his Associated Producers have inked a distribution deal with Cineflix Rights for their Biblical Conspiracies documentary series.

The four-part series, which focuses on revisionist Biblical theories and uses forensic science to examine historical artifacts, will receive worldwide distribution through Cineflix Media’s UK-based distribution arm.

The documentaries, which have stirred controversy in the media for their bold claims, have become ripe for distribution to international broadcasters, according to Chris Bonney, CEO rights at Cineflix Media.

Biblical Conspiracies has already generated a huge amount of media and public interest for its theory about the life of Jesus Christ,” Bonney said in a statement. The series is set to debut in the U.S. on Science Channel on December 14.

The series was acquired for Cineflix Rights by Lucinda Gergley-Garner, senior VP of sales and acquisitions for North America.

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