Cineflix Rights sells programming worldwide

MUMBAI: Cineflix Rights has inked a number of deals with broadcasters around the world for third-party content, including Windfall Films' Massive Moves and Frantic Films' The Opener.

In Europe, RAI Italia went for World War II: The Last Heroes (Impossible Pictures); Plan?te in France snapped up the first two seasons of Massive Moves; and National Geographic Italy got onboard seasons one and two of The Opener.

The first two seasons of The Opener will also be heading to FYI in the US, where Smithsonian picked up season one of Dangerous Flights (Pixcom Productions) and DIY purchased the first season of Massive Moves. Shaw in Canada went for the eighth season of Border Security (Seven Network).

Also in Europe, Sweden's T4 acquired the first three seasons of Murder She Solved (Force Four Entertainment/Mystique Films) and 1000 Days for the Planet (Glacialis Productions). NTV Germany pitched for The Man Who Doesn't Breathe (Back2Back Productions), while Ireland's TV3 procured A Gypsy Life for Me (Daisybeck Productions).

Cinflix Rights also made a 100-hour agreement with Joj Slovakia for the first three seasons of The Cupcake Girls (Force Four Entertainment) as well as season one of Wives with Knives (Indigo Films). I Prima in the Czech Republic picked up 24 hours of programming, including such titles as 101 Things Removed from the Human Body (LMNO Productions) and The Day Kennedy Died (Finestripe Productions).

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