The Sundance Channel has taken US TV rights to documentary 638 Ways To Kill Castro, which was also sold to BCI for US DVD rights.

FremantleMedia sold the documentary, from Daisy Goodwin's Silver River Productions, about Fidel Castro and Cuba 's relationship with the US. Dollan Cannell directed and Peter Moore executive produced.

The Sundance deal was brokered with Lisa Honig, VP of program distribution, North America. The BCI deal was signed with Sam Toles, VP of development & home entertainment.

The 90-minute documentary was recently aired by Channel 4 in the UK.

David Ellender, CEO of FremantleMedia Enterprises said: 'The US has been at the centre of controversy surrounding Castro for many years and we are delighted to have secured both TV and DVD deals in this key market.'