TM Int’l sends “Cosmos” to 40 territories

Directed and produced by Kurt Mündl, the natural history series (pictured) examines several topics such as animals' ability survive in freezing temperatures and the plight of endangered honey bees.
September 17, 2013

Munich-based distributor TM International has sold director Kurt Mündl’s natural history series Cosmos (pictured) to more than 40 territories, including Sweden, Norway, Finland, Turkey, Russia, Poland and Hungary.

The series covers a variety of topics such as animals’ ability survive in freezing temperatures and the plight of endangered insects such as honey bees, and will be part of TM’s slate at MIPCOM in Cannes next month.

A filmmaker, author and science journalist, Mündl’s credits include several episodes of Austrian broadcaster ORF’s Universum and the documentary Housefly – An Everyday Monster.

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