FranceTV Distribution has secured deals for a slate of historical titles.
Apocalypse: The Battle of Verdun (pictured; 2 x 45 minutes and 1 x 90 minutes, CC&C) has been sold to National Geographic Channels in all territories except France, Germany and U.S., and Discovery Channel (U.S.) as well as NRK (Norway), RTVE (Spain), Viewcom/VRT (Belgium), SVT (Sweden), and Ceska TV (Czech Republic).
Stalin (3 x 52 minutes), meanwhile, has been picked up by Nat Geo (Netherlands), Slovakia (RTVS) and Portugal (RTP).
The commercial arm of the French public broadcaster also sold I Betrayed Hitler (52 minutes, Label Image) to RTVE, Ceska TV, TV5 Quebec (French Canada) and Discovery Channel (Poland), while Hitler’s Champions (2 x 52 minutes and 1 x 102 minutes, Artline Films) has gone to RTVE and Ceska TV, UKTV (UK), SVT, N24 (Germany) and Globosat (Brazil).
Elsewhere, Ceska TV and Discovery Channel (Poland) bought Elizabeth II: A Queen’s Revolution (90 minutes, Elephant Doc), while Rai 5 (Italy) and RTV (Slovenia) acquired Yann-Arthus Bertrand’s Human.
Finally, FranceTV Distribution sent Olympia – The Origins of Games (52 minutes, Sequana Media/Kaliste) to RTVE, Ceska TV and RTBF (Belgium), RTBF (Belgium) while RTBF and TV5 Quebec bought Champions Factory (6 x 52 minutes, Camera One Television).