First Hand reels in doc deals
Among the deals, Kinosmith has taken Canadian rights to hard-hitting doc Shadows of Liberty [pictured], which has also sold to DBS TV in Israel.
Swiss doc sales outfit First Hand has announced a raft of theatrical and TV sales on its EFM titles.
Kinosmith has taken Canadian rights to hard-hitting doc Shadows of Liberty, about abuses in the American media.
Tricontinental in Serbia has picked up First Hand’s Harry Dean Stanton documentary (which premiered in Venice last year).
SBS, TV in Australia has taken Fonko, the doc series about the musical revolution in Africa. VRT, TV in Belgium has snapped up Surviving the Tsunami - My Atomic Aunt and has also taken Heroes for a Semester and Who Taught You To Drive.
SVT, TV has taken Mountain Love Story, RedBullMedia in Austria has bought The Art of Yodeling.
DBS TV in Israel has taken Shadows of Liberty, Surviving the Tsunami and Man for a Day.
Channel 8, TV in Israel has snapped 1711 Videos – Trespassing Bergman (aka Bergman’s Video), Harry Dean Stanton and The Will.
Italian distributor GA&A, has taken Bam and War Games and the Man Who Stopped Them.