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Peace Point Rights announces MipTV slate
MUMBAI: Canadian company Peace Point Rights,which produces and develops multiplatform content, heads to next month’s television trade event MipTV in Cannes, France with a slate that includes a new scripted series from ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’; new documentaries ‘Rise of the eSports Hero’ and ‘The Sheepdogs Have At It’, and a new season of Bulloch ‘Family Ranch’.
‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’ is a dramedy about four civil servants working in the dead letter office of the US Postal Service who decide to deliver the undeliverables – letters lost for years – which take them into an unpredictable world where the mail from the past save lives, solve crimes, reunite old loves and change futures.
In ‘Rise of the eSports Hero’ the sub-culture of professional video gaming is explored through the lives of North America’s top e-sports team, Team Evil Geniuses, as they tour the world competing for money, fame and glory, and face the growing pains of being on the leading edge of a burgeoning multi-billion dollar industry.
Meanwhile, ‘The DNA of GSP’ is a feature length documentary about champion UFC welterweight fighter George St-Pierre (GSP). It is an in-depth exploration of who he is, the motivation behind his career and life, and the strategy used in his MMA fights.
‘Played’ is an ensemble drama following an elite undercover police unit as it infiltrates impenetrable criminal circles through covert sting operations. The series features Chandra West, Vincent Walsh, Adam Butcher and Lisa Marcos.