Peace Point Rights inks sales for “Anna Olson,” “Takedown”

Canadian distributor Peace Point Rights has inked a raft of global sales for factual and documentary titles, including Bake with Anna Olson (pictured) and Takedown: The DNA of GSP.
July 17, 2015

Canadian distributor Peace Point Rights has inked a raft of global sales for factual and documentary titles including Bake with Anna Olson and Takedown: The DNA of GSP.

Seasons one and two of celebrity pastry chef Anna Olson’s Bake with Anna Olson (60 x 30-minutes, pictured) and Fresh with Anna Olson (65 x 30-minutes) have been picked up by Scripps Networks International EMEA, while Pramer SCA has acquired season one of Bake with Anna Olson.

Belgian-based Hotel Hungaria has acquired the format rights to the 14 x 60-minute competition series Food Truck Face Off, which features four teams battling for one-year access to a customized food truck.

Meanwhile, the 90-minute feature-length documentary Takedown: The DNA of GSP, which examines the life of UFC welterweight champion Georges St-Pierre, will be made available across the U.S. following acquisitions by iTunes and Xbox.

Finally, the Peace Point Entertainment-owned distributor has sent the hour-long doc In Space: 50 Years of Space Exploration to 9TV/CNN in the Philippines and Discovery Networks Asia-Pacific, which will broadcast the film across Central and South Asia, India and the Pacific Rim territories. The film chronicles the Rosetta Mission and other unique astronomical feats.

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