3 MAR 2021

AUTENTIC DISTRIBUTION INTENSIFES ITS FACTUAL SLATE WITH NEW ACQUISITIONS

With over 20 program hours from a diverse range of non-scripted producers, the German distributor extends its high quality slate with internationally strong titles.

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"Secret Lives of Big Cats"

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German-based factual distributor Autentic Distribution has acquired several factual productions from all over the world. With over 20 program hours from a diverse range of non-scripted producers, Autentic Distribution extends its high quality slate with internationally strong titles.

“We are very proud to present these high quality factual productions to our international clients ahead of upcoming MIPTV. Our latest additions are premium documentaries and factual series that skillfully captivate and enrich their viewers”, so Mirjam Strasser, Head of Sales and Acquisitions at Autentic Distribution.

The new titles include Lifestyle series "The History of Home" (3x60’) and Food series "The History of Food" (5x30’), both produced by Roller Coaster Road Productions. Both shot in 4k, "The History of Home" goes on an entertaining journey into the past, present and future in order to explore what turns our house into a home, while "The History of Food" travels back in time to our earliest hunter-gatherer beginnings all the way to the future of urban farming, veganism, and insect protein production.

For its strong Science and Technology catalogue, Autentic Distribution added the 4k mini-series "Engineering the Future" (3x60’) and Stephen Hawking’s "Favorite Places" (3x30’) by Bigger Bang.

In addition, the factual distributor has acquired "Return(s) to the Moon" (50’) with Flight 33 Productions and "Speed" (4x52’) by Arrow Media.

Another highlight of the most recent additions of world-class factual content is the 4k Wildlife series by independent film production company Ammonite. "Secret Lives of Big Cats" (7x30’) follows seven species of big cats through their habitat and portrays them in their full glory: Tigers, Snow Leopards, Pumas, Lions, Jaguars, and Cheetahs.