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Cineflix Rights signs financing & development deal with Dragonet and Synchronicity

UK distributor Cineflix Rights has signed a development and financing deal with Scotland’s Synchronicity Films and Australia’s Dragonet Films to develop a drama series based on Shankari Chandran’s novel Song Of The Sun God. The London-based company has joined the 6 x 60-minute project as a creative and financing partner and has taken first option […]

TBI Show of the Week: Rebecca

An obsessed detective is confronted by her worst fears in this crime drama remake from Paris-based production house Elephant, which has adapted the hit UK series Marcella for French audiences, and which is premiering with an Official Selection, French Competition, at the Séries Mania International Festival 2021. Six years after quitting the police force and […]

News round-up: Ample partners with Israeli filmmakers; Super Channel orders Nazi history doc; MX Player takes Ukrainian dramas

Ample partners with Israeli filmmakers LA prodco Ample Entertainment has signed a first-look deal with Yotam Guendelman, Mika Timor and Ari Pines, the Israeli filmmakers behind Netflx’s true crime miniseries Shadow Of Truth. Under the agreement, Ample will work with the trio to develop and produce an unscripted slate of premium stranger-than-fiction films and series. […]

Sales round-up: Kabel 1 asks ‘Where Does The Money Go’; Cineflix strikes ‘Coroner’ deals; TVF unveils summer slate

Germany’s Kabel 1 asks ‘Where Does The Money Go’ German broadcaster Kabel 1 has ordered a local adaptation of Skyhigh TV’s Netherlands factual format Where Does the Money Go (aka Über Geld Spricht Man Doch), following a deal with Amsterdam-based distributor Lineup Industries, which recently acquired the format for global distribution. The series was originally launched […]

Round-up: Discovery+ Finland gets re-‘Connected’; CBeebies pre-buys new ‘Kiri And Lou’; Quintus bolsters factual offering

Discovery+ Finland gets re-‘Connected’ Discovery+ has commissioned a sixth season of Armoza Formats’ docu-reality show Connected for Finland. Created by Koda Communications, the half-hour format gives cameras to four people who don’t know each other, which they use to film their lives. Through the cameras, five parallel stories unfold and gradually become connected. A ninth […]

Cineflix joins Charles Tremayne on launch of real life-focused First Story Productions

Marcella and Tehran firm Cineflix Media has linked up with veteran TV executive Charles Tremayne on the launch of his nascent outfit First Story Productions. The prodco has been founded by Tremayne – previously president of Cineflix Productions – and will create factual and scripted content based on true stories, along with TV movies for […]

Cineflix Rights brings Yoav Gross’ Israeli crime thriller ‘Manayek’ to global market

UK-based Cineflix Rights has acquired global distribution rights to Yoav Gross Productions’ Israeli crime thriller Manayek. The 10 x 45-minute series was originally produced for Kan 11 Network and tells the story of a veteran internal affairs investigator who is nearing retirement when he is sent to interview a young police officer who has murdered a […]

Cineflix Rights to distribute Nutopia health doc ‘Extra Life’

UK-based Cineflix Rights has acquired distribution rights to Nutopia-produced documentary Extra Life: A Short History Of Living Longer. The 4 x 60-minute series was originally produced for PBS in the US and explores the advances in science and medicine that have doubled the human lifespan in less than a century, as well as the unsung […]

Show of the Week: Whitstable Pearl

The sunny seaside meets murder most foul in this new 6 x 60-minute crime drama series, as British author Julie Wassmer’s novels are brought to the screen for the first time by Norwegian filmmaker Øystein Karlsen (Lilyhammer) and the producers of detective series Marcella.  Kerry Godliman (Derek, After Life), stars as Pearl Nolan, police trainee-turned-chef-proprietor of the […]

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