Prime Entertainment's series were picked up in Australia

Animated film "Vanille, a Caribbean Tale" was acquired by SBS Australia, while the history documentary "The Adolf Eichmann Trial" will be aired on Foxtel Australia.

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"Vanille, a Caribbean Tale"

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Prime Entertainment Group has finalized several major sales in Australia for the acclaimed animated film "Vanille, a Caribbean Tale" with multiplatform media organisation SBS Australia, and for the captivating history documentary "The Adolf Eichmann Trial" with the premium entertainment brand Foxtel Australia.

Alexandra Marguerite, Prime’s Head of Sales, says: "We are delighted to be strengthening our presence in Australia, especially when it means working with these major players of the Australian audiovisual industry. We are glad to be counting SBS and Foxtel amongst our partners, and we look forward to our future collaborations."

"Vanille, a Caribbean tale" (1x29’) tells the story of Vanille, a 9-year-old Parisian with quite a temper, sent to spend the whole summer in Guadeloupe with her aunt. During these holidays, she dives into an adventure tinged with mysteries, meets charming characters and a magical flower and reconnects with her roots. The animated film, produced by Folimage, has been praised in festivals and markets all over the world. During Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the film scored the "Cristal Award for a TV Production". The hit movie has been a tremendous success worldwide, and was previously acquired by leading broadcasters such as Germany’s KiKa (SWR), Italia’s Rai, and Hong Kong’s RTHK.

The powerful documentary "The Adolf Eichmann Trial" (1x90’) chronicles the trial of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in 1961. This unprecedented filmed trial marked the international commmunity and revealed to the world the extent of Nazi atrocities. The compelling film highlights the historical weight of the testimonies, the international media coverage of the trial and the positioning of intellectuals from all continents around the character of Eichmann, his role and his responsibilities.

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