UK indie Passion Distribution has inked a flurry of deals for its Amy Winehouse (pictured) documentary My Daughter Amy following the singer’s death last weekend, with nets in Brazil, Italy and Poland taking the title.
The hour-long film tells the story of her father and family’s attempts to save her from addiction to drink and drugs. It was originally produced by Transparent Television for UK net Channel 4, and sold to Globosat Brazil, DRK Denmark, Noga in Israel, Sky – Vibe in New Zealand, TVI Portugal, Red Media Russia and Biographia Spain.
This week Passion has done deals with Onet in Poland, TV3 in Ireland, Reshet in Israel, TV Globo in Brazil, Vox in Germany, Sky Uno on the Sky Italia platform in Italy, DRK for additional runs on DR1 in Denmark, a re-license deal with TV1 in Poland, and ETV South Africa.
It has also done a deal for clips from the special with ProSiebenSat.1 in Germany.
The news comes as U.S. network E! has become the latest broadcaster to line up programming on the singer. The channel will re-broadcast its 2008 special E! True Hollywood Story: Amy Winehouse today at 10 p.m. EST.