Distribution outfit inks deal for series

PARIS — Paris-based Calt Distribution has inked a series of sales at Mipcom.

The second season of “Camera Cafe,” which has been either picked up or adapted in 55 countries, has been acquired by Belgium’s RTL while Morocco’s Videorama has acquired the format.

“Women,” offering comedy sketches of 30 seconds to two minutes about femme life, has also been acquired in various territories. Russia’s TV Igle has bought Internet and mobile rights, while Italy’s Mediaset and the Philippine’s GMA have picked up show’s format.

Calt also announced that Poland’s ATM Grups has inked an option on the format of the comedy show “2Schuss, 2Baigne” and “Domisiladore.”

“Business is good as usual with our short formats, like ‘Camera Cafe’ or ‘Women,’ ” said head of Calt Distribution Sandrine Frantz. “But this year we’re trying to push sales for our longer-format fictions ‘Hero Corp.’ and ‘Paris 16,’ which we’ve also produced.”

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