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Sandra Carter Global to exhibit range of formats at Mipcom

MUMBAI:Sandra Carter Global announced a new slate of programs including documentary, reality, lifestyle and sports series that it will take for the international broadcasters at this year‘s Mipcom.

From the rality section, they have The Red Carpet Reporter (52 x ? hr; 30 x 80" vignettes) that reveals the latest celebrity news, star fashion and glamour to audiences.

Another show Shop The World For Beauty Secrets (13 x ? hr; 52 x 50" vignettes) provides audiences with the exclusive beauty secrets of the alluring actresses and models.

These also include Shop The World For Fashion Secrets (51 x 1 hr) which provides fashion ideas from several places across the globe. Brush With Life from Brush with Life Productions takes audiences on an adventure across the U.S. in search for America‘s next great artist. The show is produced by Sandra Carter Global in association with Brush with Life Productions.

Passport And Palette another show from from Brush with Life Productions follows master artists as they travel the world painting the most fabulous and fascinating cities, including Paris, Rome and Istanbul.

The first city will be New Orleans and the original paintings and photographs, as well as limited edition lithographs will then be sold at auction and online. The profits will be contributed to non-profit organizations involved in sustaining the music and artistic roots that signify New Orleans, stated an official release.

The range of programs from the lifestyle section are Caribbean Escapes (13 x ? hr HDTV) which provides the affluent traveler with an inside look at the Caribbean names in hostelry, cuisine, beauty and shopping. The series was shot in high definition and visits Jamaica, St. Kitts, Barbados, Nevis and many other beautiful and luxurious destinations.

Asian Green will focus on healthy and organic Asian styles of cooking. Produced by Sandra Carter Global.

The Lifestyle Programming Package (104 episodes) is a collection of series that give audiences tips on gardening, cooking, home décor, travel and more. Included in the package are Life Made Simple and Carefree Gardener.

Three films from the documentary section have been selected for Mipcom.

Legends Of The Italian Cinema (30 x ? hr) is a collection of documentary specials about the lives and careers of the Italian film stars and filmmakers of the 20th century including, Claudia Cardinale, Virna lisi, Monica Viti, Roberto Rossellini, Anna Magnani, Bernardo Bertolucci, and Frederico Fellini. This is produced by Babygang.

The Pavarotti Collection (1 x 1 hr; 130 min recital and 10 CD set) documents the life, marriage and funeral of the great Luciano Pavarotti. The collection includes an exclusive footage and a variety of Pavarotti‘s music. The show is produced in association with Pavarotti Estate.

Hollywood Rebels (3 x 1 hr) is a collection of documentary specials about the lives of young Hollywood "rebels," including James Dean, Montgomery Clift and Marlon Brando.

The sports segment has two programs Girls Gone Fishing and Soccer Greats.

Girls Gone Fishing (26 x ? hr) follows two girls, Sarah and Lea, as they travel across America, Canada and Mexico to learn new tricks for the sport of fishing and using some of their own tricks along the way. This show is produced by Tsunami Productions.

Soccer Greats (3 x 1hr) is a collection of biographies, highlighting some of today‘s best soccer players, including Baggio Del Piero, Batistuta, Totti, Montella, Roby, Baggio, Maradona, Pele, Pulici, Graziana, Vialli, Mancini and more. Produced by Sandra Carter Global.

 
 

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