The shows come from Tin Can Island, Oxford Films, October Films, Blink Films, Back2Back and Antidote.
The slate includes six shows: Wilder Australia, a new Ray Mears series (pictured); Body Cam Cops, a hidden camera show; and The World’s Deadliest Drivers.
In addition, Drive will feature The Nazi Who Hid Jews, Growing Up Gay and Titanic: The New Evidence.
“We’re very excited to be bringing such a diverse range of high quality shows to the market, and equally thrilled to be able to launch them for our our own stand for the very first time,” said Drive co-founder Lilla Hurst.
Leading with Spanish noir series La Zona (pictured), Beta Film will also showcase Morocco – Love in Times of War, the Velvet Collection, and Farinia – Snow Over the Atlantic.
The Vanishing award-winning director Hans-Christian Schmidt will also highlight the slate and be joined by Babylon Berlin, Maria Theresa and The Hunter.
New installments will be offered for Gomorrah, which will be joined by Salamander, Blood Diamonds, Line of Separation and Hassel.
Completing the list are The King’s Favorite, Five2Twelve, Wishlist, and My Best Friend Marlon.
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20th March 2019