Signed by Catherine McCormick, Manager of Acquisitions at Cineflix Rights, the deal gives the company exclusive worldwide rights for multiple new factual series and documentaries.
Cineflix Rights has signed a deal with ITN Productions consisting of the exclusive worldwide rights for several new factual series and one-off documentaries. The deal was closed by Catherine McCormick, Manager of Acquisitions at Cineflix Rights. “We're delighted to have done a deal with Cineflix Rights which enables more of our shows to be watched by more people in more countries around the world,” Ian Rumsey, Director of TV Production at ITN Productions said.
“ITN Productions consistently delivers high-quality, blue-chip content with international appeal. “The Queen’s Green Planet” was really successful with our buyers, so we’re thrilled to be expanding our relationship with these new deals,” Richard Life, Head of Acquisitions at Cineflix Rights said.
“The Clues That Caught the Killer” dissects Britain’s most shocking murders. Amid gang violence, lack of forensic evidence and witnesses too terrified to speak, the documentary reveals how a team of hardworking investigators ultimately delivered justice for the victims and their devastated families. Moreover, “For The New Scotland Yard Files” takes viewers through the twist and turns of each investigation as CBS Reality in the UK meets detectives at the UK’s most famous police station. They open their case files to tell the inside story of how they outsmarted the capital's most notorious killers. Weaving together in-depth interviews and evocative reconstructions, the series reveals what it takes to uncover the truth.
Furthermore, “Secret Life of the Forest” documents the work of English foresters, ecologists, and rangers who are tasked with caring for their landscape. The series utilizes innovative filming methods to capture the forest’s wildlife from the canopy to the forest floor, including red squirrels, roe deer, pipistrelle bats, otters, and ospreys as the woodland changes through the seasons. Finally, “Battle of the Super Eaters: 3,000 Calories a Minute” follows some of Britain's top competitive eaters as they fight the clock to finish eating. For some, the quest leads to major league showdowns in the US. Along the way, a medical expert relays tough information about the consequences of swallowing a week’s worth of calories in only a few minutes.
We're delighted to have done a deal with Cineflix Rights which enables more of our shows to be watched by more people in more countries around the world.” Ian Rumsey Director of TV Production at ITN Productions