Cineflix Rights has closed various international deals for content from North American producer partners in time for Realscreen West 2023. “North American content spanning true crime, science, and history is a major seller for Cineflix Rights and I’m delighted with the success of some of the most recent additions to the Cineflix Rights slate," Felicia Litovitz, VP, Acquisitions, North America, Cineflix Rights said. "I’m looking forward to being at Realscreen this week to check out the latest new shows from our existing partners as well as meeting producers new to us.”
The company has secured deals with Canal+, Planète and AMC CRIME were closed by Sabrina Ayala, SVP, Sales, France, Italy, and Iberia, Chris Bluett, SVP, Sales, Asia Pacific and Benelux closed the deals with SBS, Foxtel, TVNZ and CLT. The deals with Sky were closed by Lucinda Gergley-Garner, SVP, Sales, North America and DACH; Sandra Piha, SVP, Sales, Pan-Regional, UK, Eire, and Scandinavia closed the deals with with A+E Networks (UK), TV4 and DRTV; and Lucy Rawson, VP, Sales, Africa, CEE, Middle East, and Southern Mediterranean, closed the deals with A+E Networks (Poland, Romania, and Hungary) and Yes.
"Cult Justice," an eight-part series by Law&Crime Productions for True Crime Network, US, featuring the chilling true stories of false prophets who thought they were above the law, has sold to Sky in DACH, Canal+ in France and TV4 in Sweden. "History of the Sitcom," by Cream Productions for CNN Original Series, US reunites audiences with the sitcom friends, families, and co-workers they’ve loved watching over the years, has been bought by Canal+ in France, SBS in Australia, DRTV in Denmark, TVNZ in New Zealand, CLT in the Netherlands and Luxembourg, Yes in Israel, CBC Gem in Canada, and Chek TV in Canada.
A+E Networks EMEA has acquired "Ghost Ships," a four-part title by Arcadia Entertainment for Bell, Canada, which follows a team of ocean adventurers, battling against the harsh marine environment as they uncover the truth about some historic maritime catastrophes, for its channels in the UK, Eire, Poland, Romania, and Hungary. "O.J. Simpson: Blood, Lies & Murder" by Buck Productions in association with Connect3 Media for REELZ, US, which re-examines double-murder investigation of all time and reveals shocking new evidence that points straight to the killer, has been acquired by AMC CRIME in Iberia. "Kings of Coke" by Connect3 Media and Urbania Media for Bell Media, Canada, chronicling the rise of one of North America’s biggest criminal organizations based in the unlikely location of Montreal, along with the cops and journalists who relentlessly pursued its three leaders, has been acquired by Sky in the UK and DACH, Planète in France, and Foxtel in Australia.
North American content spanning true crime, science, and history is a major seller for Cineflix Rights and I’m delighted with the success of some of the most recent additions to the Cineflix Rights slate. I’m looking forward to being at Realscreen this week to check out the latest new shows from our existing partners as well as meeting producers new to us.” Felicia Litovitz VP, Acquisitions, North America, Cineflix Rights