Red Arrow Studios sells ‘How Trains Changed the World’ to India’s AETN18
MUMBAI: Red Arrow Studios International has sold ‘How Trains Changed the World’ (6 x 52’) from Wildbear Entertainment to AETN18, a 51:49 joint venture (JV) between TV18 and A+E Networks.
The studio has also scored a batch of deals with A+E Networks UK and A+E Networks Germany across its diverse slate of factual titles, covering German-speaking markets, the UK and Africa.
Red Arrow Studios International has inked an extensive package with A+E Networks Germany which includes ‘Countdown to Apollo’ (8 x 22’) from Steve Rotfield Productions; ‘Motive to Murder’ (48 x 22’) from Bellum Entertainment; a number of feature documentaries, including ‘Fallen’ (1 x 76’) from 911 Media Studios and Darkroom Films; ‘American Anarchist’ (1 x 80’) from Bow and Arrow Entertainment and Patna Pictures; ‘Forged with Steele’(18 x 22’) from Studio 71 and ‘How Trains Changed the World’ (6 x 52’) from Wildbear Entertainment.
A+E Networks UK has picked up the NV Studios’ produced factual entertainment series ‘Pirates Inc’ (10 x 1 hour) for the UK and Africa.
Red Arrow Studios International President Bo Stehmeier said, “We’re continuing to see strong demand around the world for our factual content and this package of deals, with A+E Networks UK, A+E Networks Germany, and A+E Networks India underscores the strength and breadth of our non-scripted offering.”
The deals were concluded by Tobias Schulze, VP Sales for France and German-speaking territories, Yi Qiao, Senior Sales Manager, Benelux, UK, Scandinavia, Africa, and the Middle East, and Joyce Dröse, Sales Manager, Asia.