DCD Rights secures international sales for multiple history and wildlife factual series

 

Leading UK-based distributor DCD Rights has secured a raft of international sales for a number of entertaining history and wildlife factual titles.

Living with Hitler (3 x 60’) delivers a unique look at the reality of life under the Nazi regime, with insights and anecdotes from world-leading experts and commentators.  The series filmed in association with Viasat History and DCD Rights has been acquired by UKTV for its leading factual channel, Yesterday, GEO Television and n-tv for German-Speaking Europe, YLE Finland, Expressive Media Spain, Beijing Taihe Legend Films China, Radio Television Hong Kong, Czech TV and Channel Hot8 Israel. While Fatal Shot, in association with Mediawan Rights, Autentic and DCD Rights, uses forensic research and hard facts to explore the motives, methods and minds of assassins.  The 4 x 60’ series has been sold to Spektrum – Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia, Beijing Taihe Legend Films China and Radio Television Hong Kong.

Illuminating one of history’s most enduring figures, Winston Churchill’s War is a fascinating 4 x 60’ series for A&E History and DCD Rights which has been picked up by British Columbia’s Knowledge Network, GEO Television for German-Speaking Europe and Spektrum – Hungary, Czech Republic and Slovakia.

Wildest Places, explores some of the most incredible natural habitats on the planet and an extraordinarily diverse range of wildlife. Brand new sales for the 12 x 60’ series (which is also available as 3 chapters of 4 episodes covering the Antarctic, Australia and the Pacific) include Central Cooperation China, VRT Belgium, P. & R. Permissions & Rights Ltd for Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia and Emirates Cable TV E-Vision Middle East.


Nicky Davies Williams, CEO at DCD Rights, comments “It is gratifying to see the strong international take-up of these engrossing and highly-produced factual series.  As an independent distributor with a boutique approach, we have been able to secure top-up financing to get these important stories out to the world.   These titles have been produced in cooperation with WildBear Entertainment which has been an enjoyable experience and we look forward to developing more projects with them in the months to come.”

 

source: Television Asia Plus