Cineflix Rights closes Asian deals in advance of ATF 2020
Cineflix Rights has signed a raft of deals in Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong in the run up to Asia Television Forum 2020.
CREO Contents has acquired Timeline of the Century (6X60’, CIC Media for A+E, Latin America) for Korea’s NATV channel. This new series counts down the most iconic moments of the past 20 years, exploring the extraordinary characters and events of the new millennium that have shaped society and transformed the world as we know it.
NHK Enterprises, which is an affiliate of NHK Japan, has bought Who Was the Real Neanderthal? (1X60’, Idéacom International for CBC, Canada). Combining cutting-edge science with the latest discoveries, top scientists and archaeologists transform our understanding of human evolution and proves our prehistoric cousins were more like us than we ever imagined.
TVB Hong Kong has acquired Lost Treasures of Egypt (6X60’, Windfall Films for Channel 4, UK, RMC Décoverte, France; SBS, Australia; National Geographic Channels International). Featuring unprecedented access, the series follows modern-day explorers on the front lines of archaeology as they unearth jaw-dropping relics from the sands of time.
Chris Bluett, SVP, Sales, Asia Pacific and Benelux, Cineflix Rights who negotiated the deals said: “History is an evergreen genre with buyers in the Asia Pacific region and I’m delighted to have closed these deals for some of the newest additions to our blue-chip documentary slate.”
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Cineflix Rights is the UK’s largest independent TV content distributor, providing premium programming from leading international producers to more than 500 broadcasters and platforms worldwide. Our diverse catalogue spans the full range of factual genres, as well as scripted series and formats. Established in 2002, Cineflix Rights is based in London and part of the Cineflix Media group of companies.