The Mipcom TV confab in Cannes began to wind down Thursday following days of brisk business and intense dealmaking for both scripted and reality fare.
GK-tv racked up a slew of deals for hot-selling Arthurian skein “Camelot,” starring Eva Green and Jamie Campbell Bower. The show sold to Channel 4 in the U.K., RTL in the Netherlands, DBS in Israel and Sony Pictures Television’s AXN Beyond for Asia.
GK-tv has also sold all rights to series in France, Germany, Spain, Russia and CIS, Eastern Europe, Latin America and the Middle East.
Shine Intl. sold Adam Rifkin’s 11-part surveillance camera series “Look” to Australia’s Showtime, Fox in Greece and Turkey, SPE Networks Latin America, Ireland’s RTE and Canada’s TMN, which includes the Movie Network (Eastern Canada) and Movie Central (Western Canada).
Elisabeth Murdoch’s Shine also closed two multiterritory volume deals with international broadcaster Viasat — one with Viasat East across the Balkans and Hungary, another with Viasat Scandinavia — for a combined 220 hours of programming. Shows include U.S. versions of “The Biggest Loser” and “Masterchef,” “No Signal” and “Virgin Cooks.”
In addition, Shine inked deals with Oz’s Foxtel for music skein “Must Be the Music” and dance format “Got to Dance,” which also sold to MTV Oy in Finland, Greece’s Alpha and the Netherlands’ SBS outlet Net 5.
Moving Pictures Film and TV nabbed all international rights to helmer Bryan Michael Stoller’s family film “First Dog,” about a foster boy who finds the U.S. president’s lost pooch and runs away to return the canine to the White House.
Moving Pictures also sold rights to entertainment interview show “Moving Pictures Live” in Latin America and the Caribbean to Turner Broadcasting System Latin America.