"Bessie Coleman, the First Black Aviatrix"
International Distributor Prime Entertainment Group has sealed a new deal with the public service TV5 Monde for a concert of the outstanding band Vaudou Game and the compelling documentary "Bessie Coleman, the First Black Aviatrix".
Vaudou Game is an afro-funk band formed in France by the Togolese singer Peter Solo, who has just released their latest album "Noussin", which has received rave reviews from the press.
The documentary "Bessie Coleman, the First Black Aviatrix", tells the story of a young woman from a poor family in Texas, oppressed by racial segregation, that became the first African-American aviator thanks to the French flight school of the Caudron brothers in Baie de Somme.
Commenting on the new deal, Prime’s Head of Sales, Alexandra Marguerite, says: "We are delighted that these high quality programs have found their place on the world's leading French-language channel, TV5 Monde, which has an average weekly audience of nearly 60 million viewers, and thus help promote culture internationally. We are pleased to collaborate with major companies such as TV5 Monde, that make excellent productions known throughout the world."