Hat Trick International has inked a deal with UK indie KEO Films and will start selling its shows at MIPTV.
HTI will shop Keo’s factual series, which include Living with the Amish, Jerusalem on a Plate and Hugh’s Three Hungry Boys, which is fronted by celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall.
Sarah Tong, director of sales at Hat Trick International said “It’s been part of our strategy to build our factual catalogue through strategic partnerships with quality factual producers. KEO films is a great fit for HTI and I’m thrilled to be representing their wide range of programming and formats worldwide.”
Zam Baring, Chairman of KEO films said: “What impressed us about HTI’s approach to representing our catalogue is that they aim to offer a service which is the closest thing to an in-house distribution arm possible.”
HTI also distributes factual series from Plum Pictures including James May’s Toy Stories and James May’s Man Lab as well as comedy and drama series including Outnumbered and Episodes.