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NEW DISTRIBUTION AGREEMENT WITH TAKEAWAY FILMS

Posted by: In: News 02 Mar 2011 Comentarios: 0

02-03-2011

Spanish producer Takeaway Films has trusted the distribution of its latest production “Seaway” to Explora Films.

The series, 13 episodes of 25 minutes, will take the audience to the best diving locations in the world, to the remotest and most inaccessible sites. From different places in the Caribbean Sea to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, from the calm Indonesian waters to the remote Fiji Islands. We will visit unexplored sites to discover the wonders that lay underwater, in natural reserves and the most protected areas in the planet.

“Seaway” is directed by Monica Gonzalez, who holds a broad experience in the TV industry, working for different Spanish channels such as TVE, Antena 3 or the regional channel in the Canary Islands. During the last 7 years, Takeaway has specialized in underwater filming and productions related to the sea and the environment. They have worked in “Seaway” for the last 3 years.

With more thatn 20 years producing and distributing documentaries, Explora Films has become the point of referente of docs produced in Spain to the international marketplace. “The Lord of Sipan”, “The twilight of the giants”, “The tower of Babel” or “Isolated, a story of survival”, among many others have been aired by major broadcasters all over the world. Managed by Oscar Portillo, Explora keeps a global network of clients such as France Télévisions, ARTE, RAI, National Geographic, ZDF, ORF, ARD, NRK, SVT, RTBF, YLE, Discovery or NHK. Directed most of them by the partners of the company, Fernando Gonzalez Sitges and Jose Manuel Novoa, both have been awarded by the most prestigious international film festivals such as National Geographic Film Festival, Durbal Wildtalk Africa or the International Wildlife Film Festival in Montana.

“Seaway” will be premiered during MIPDOC and MIPTV next April. Both events have become the key TV content markets in the world, where the first broadcasting agreements are expected to be closed for this new series.

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