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Passion, Lambent ink distribution deal

London-based sales house Passion Distribution has inked a partnership deal with British prodco Lambent Productions. The two-year deal will see Passion sell Lambent titles internationally, as well as securing pre-sales, sourcing funding and coproduction partners for ...
September 11, 2017

London-based sales house Passion Distribution has inked a partnership deal with British prodco Lambent Productions.

The two-year deal will see Passion sell Lambent titles internationally, as well as securing pre-sales, sourcing funding and coproduction partners for Lambent’s shows.

Lambent’s factual credits include Addicted Parents: Last Chance to Keep my Children for BBC2 and the Clare Balding doc When Football Banned Women.

“Lambent’s production and development slate is rich and vibrant, packed full of unique perspectives on fascinating people and stories – and therefore a perfect fit for Passion,” said Emmanuelle Namiech (pictured), CEO of Passion Distribution, in a statement.

The deal was brokered by Jimmy Humphrey, Passion’s head of acquisitions.

 

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