One Dock St., Suite 502
Stamford, CT 06902
Fax: (203) 425-2140
Booth: 4331; phone (702) 943-3584
Attending: Gary Lico, president-CEO; Lou Occhicone, director program operations; Sabrina Sanchez, program sales associate.
“Wildlife Detectives,” agents of the National Wildlife Health Center who solve real wildlife mysteries that affect our planet’s delicate ecosystem; 13 x 60 min.
“Billion Dollar Disasters: Survivor Stories,” hear the harrowing accounts of survivors who lived through the most costly natural disasters of our time; 3 x 60 min.
“Right on the Money,” a personal finance show with personality; 52 x 30 min.
“Gothan TV,” keep up with the ever-changing, fast-paced New York City lifestyle; 13 x 60 min.
18 Dupont St.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 1V2
Fax: (416) 964-1980
Attending: Arnie Zipursky, exec producer & chairman; Beverley Shenken, director sales & acquisitions; Annette Frymer, general manager & general counsel.
“The Ride,” unpredictable journey into darkness, hope and longing, where dangers or miracles lurk around the corner; 90 min.
“Shift TV,” a series that tells you some of the intriguing stories of this uncharted World Wide Web and help the viewer make sense of it all; 26 x 30 min.
“Wine TV,” a series about one of life’s oldest pleasures, a fine glass of wine; 39 x 30 min.
“Lofty Ideas,” this is a design series that features residential lofts with unique and imaginative design solutions for open concept living; 39 x 30 min.
1670 Bayview Ave., Suite 408
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4G 3C2
Fax: (416) 483-7529
Attending: Les Harris; Pat Perdue; Elizabeth Klawiter; Winnie Gao.
“Don’t Forget Your Passport,” an adventure travel series; 26 x 60 min.
“Lumberjacks,” takes you to lumberjack competitions all over North America; 13 x 30 min
“Coming to Life,” explores the magic and mystery of having a child; 13 x 30 min.
“Celebrations: Mother’s Day,” explores the traditions and myths behind Mother’s Day; 60 min..
Carlton Intl. Media
35-38 Portman Square
London W1H 6NU, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7486-1707
Web site: www.carltonint.co.uk
Booth: 2446; (702) 943-4168
Attending: Rupert Dilnott-Cooper, managing director; Louise Sexton, director of sales; Stephen J. Davis, president & CEO, Carlton America; Mark Gray, controller of program development.
“Close and True,” drama series centered on a legal crusader for society’s overlooked individuals; 90 min. & 5 x 60 min.
“Wild Kat,” exotic animals abound as Kat begins the adventure of her life after moving to live with her mother at the city zoo; 26 x 30 min.
“Rough Air: Danger on Flight 534,” Flight 534 is in trouble in the stormy skies over the icy North Atlantic and its down to Second Officer Hogan, a man with battered confidence after an earlier near fatal landing, to save the flight, if he can; 120 min.
“Tin Can Alley,” a captain is forced into a race against time to regain command of his nuclear submarine, avert nuclear war and save the lives of his crew; 120 min.
Carsey-Werner Domestic TV Distribution
4024 Radford Ave., Bldg. 3
Studio City, CA 91604
Fax: (818) 655-6359
Attending: Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, co-chairperson’s; Bob Debelko, Dirk W. van de Bunt, co-president’s-CEO’s; Robert Raleigh, president; James Kraus, exec VP, general sales manager.
“3rd Rock From the Sun,” explores the human condition as seen through the eyes of four beings visiting Earth; 140 x 30 min.
“Cosby,” about a man whose life is turned upside down when he finds himself a victim of corporate down-sizing; 96 x 30 min.
“Cybill,” series that follows the acting career and personal life of Cybill living in natural disaster-prone L.A.; 87 x 30 min.
“Roseanne,” 222 x 30 min.
4024 Radford Ave., Building 3
Studio City, CA 91604
Fax: (818) 655-8548
Attending: Herb Lazarus, president.
“3rd Rock From the Sun”
“That 70’s Show”
“God, The Devil & Bob”
CBS Broadcast Intl.
10877 Wilshire Blvd., 9th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Fax: (310) 446-6052
Attending: Armando Nunez, Jr.; president; Fred Cohen, president, King World Intl. Productions & exec VP; Barry Chamberlain, VP sales; Scott Michels, VP sales operations & administration; Anne Hirsch, managing director, Europe; Steve Friedman, VP intl. programming & production, King World Intl. Productions.
“Survivor,” 16 ordinary strangers deserted in an exotic location endure adventure challenges and outwit each of the other competitors for a million-dollar prize; 28 x 60 min.
“The Vault,” interactive game show with a rapid-fire contemporary format that offers a chance for cash prizes by contestants and viewers alike; 60 min.
“The District,” a police commissioner heading a band of modern-day “Untouchables” fighting to fix an outdated police department in a crime-ridden city; 22 x 60 min.
“Welcome to New York,” an innocent small-town TV weatherman lands the job of a lifetime in New York City, complete with a big-city collection of odd characters in the newsroom and around town; 22 x 30 min.
CDC United Network
40 Rue Souveraine
1050 Brussels, Belgium
Fax: (32-2) 502-6656
Attending: Alexander Lippens, director; Maximilian Weiner, intl. sales & new business director; Adam Weiner, acquisitions exec; Audrey Atlass, intl. sales exec; Sebastian Lami Dozo, sales exec.
“Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves”; Ace Ventura: Pet Detective; Juanito Jones, 26 x 26 min; Miniman, 26 x 26 min.
24 rue Lamartine
75009 Paris, France
Fax: (33-1) 49-70-03-71
Web site: www.celluloid-dreams.com
Attending: Nils Hoffet, sales administrator; Virginie Devesa, TV sales exec.
PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS:: none.
Channel 4 Intl.
124 Horseferry Road
London SW1P 2TX, U.K.
Fax: (44-20) 7306-8363
Web site: www.c4international.com
Attending: Paul Sowerbutts, managing director; Barbara Bellini-Witkowski, director of sales & rights investment; Gayle Gilman, director of coproductions & programming; Michael Fleisher, director of business affairs; Alison Sainsbury-Stack, sales manager; Nada Cirjanic, TV sales manager, Film Four.
“Hell in the Pacific,” the first modern TV history of the war in the Pacific, the most bitter battle arena of WWII; 4 x 50 min.
“Ivor,” animated adventure about a young English boy who wakes one morning to discover he has a new friend who is not only incredibly huge, but is also invisible; 26 min.
“People Eaters (aka Cannibal),” an examination of cannibalism, which suggest that it may be far more widespread than anyone dared think; 3 x 50 min.
“Point of No Return,” the inside story of the construction of two of the world’s most spectacular structures, explaining the challenges of extreme engineering, and meeting the people who rise to them; 2 x 50 min.
Chatsworth TV Distribs
97-99 Dean Street
London W1V 5RA, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7437-3301
Attending: Malcolm Heyworth, managing director; Halina Stratton, director; Sital Haria, sales & acquisitions manager.
“A Tribal Odyssey,” the lives, customs and rituals of some of the most remote tribes in the world; 10 x 60 min.
“American Mustang,” a look at the car that has become a phenomenon and one of the most enduring symbols of American culture; 60 min.
“Bidoum Bidoum,” children’s series about three enchanting tiny creatures whose life is a series of exciting challenges which they tackle with wit and courage and… mixed results; 365 x 5 min.
“Busy Buses,” pre-school series set in a splendid bus garage, in the village of Chumley, home to the nicest, friendliest and most adventurous buses one is ever likely to meet; 26 x 5 min.
40 Shaftesbury Avenue
London W1D 7ER, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7434-1882
In Las Vegas: Las Vegas Hilton,
Attending: Nick James, managing director; Shari Havourd, VP, marketing & development (Americas); Lee Chapman, managing director, Chorion Asia
“Make Way For Noddy,” all new series featuring the original Toyland cast of characters and brand new stories; 100 x 10 min.
299 Queen St. West
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 2Z5
Fax: (416) 591-1757
Attending: Moses Znaimer, president, exec producer; Kevin Byles, VP & general manager; Victor Rodriguez, VP sales & business development; Jacques de Suze, director station development; Mary Powers, VP communications & marketing; Mike Lotato, director programme sales.
“Intimate & Interactive: Green Day,” recording artist performing material from their latest album; 60 min.
“Live at the Rehearsal Hall,” a series of original music specials of exclusive concerts from some of the world’s greatest artists.
“Egos & Icons: Lenny Kravitz,” 60 min.
“QT-QueerTelevision,” offers a glimpse into the lives and loves of gay, lesbian, bi, trans and open-minded straight people around the world; weekly x 30 min.
The Chrysalis Building
13 Bramley Road
London W10 6SP, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7221-6286
Web site: www.Chrysalis.co.uk
Attending: Christina Willoughby, managing director; Liza Thompson, sales exec; Peter Grant, sales and marketing exec; Lucy Darwin, sales administrator.
“Late Night Poker,” with a special table and hidden cameras, viewers can observe exciting tournaments of the world’s most popular poker game – “Texas Hold ‘Em”. 25 programs.
“Intuition,” intriguing game show in which four strangers compete by testing their intuition by being in-tuition together.
“Midsomer Murders Series 4,” Inspector Barnaby and his assistant return in five new mysteries, with murder and mayhem in the English countryside; 5 x 100 min.
“Sam’s Game,” sitcom featuring a 20 something happy go lucky girl on the search for the man of her dreams; 6 x 30 min.
221 W. Almeda Ave., Suite 203
Burbank, CA 91502
Fax: (818) 558-3131
Attending: Glen Hartford, chairman-CEO; Cord Douglas, president, distribution.
“Deadly Beauty: Snow’s Secret Life,” adventure documentary on the power of the avalanche; 52 min.
“Saving the Endangered Species,” each episode chronicles the efforts of dedicated experts and volunteers who face great odds to save threatened species from extinction; 26 x 24 min.
“Iditarod…A Far Distant Place,” three race contestants and their canine companions run the sled dog race through 1,000 miles of the Alaskan outback; 1 x 52 min & 1 x 84 min.
“Animal Action With Eddie & Greg,” children’s wildlife series; 13 x 24 min.
900 Sunset Blvd., Suite 715
West Hollywood, CA 90069
Fax: (310) 276-2976
Attending: Ken Katsumota, head U.S. operations; Marie-Claude Beauchamp, exec VP development production financing & distribution world, excluding U.S.; Marie-Christine Dufour, VP communications.
“Three Pigs,” animated series about a comically dysfunctional porcine family in New Pork City; 26 x 24 min.
“Emma,” a neurotic 9-year-old who tries to fit in modern life and yet remain herself; 26 x 26 min or 52 x 15 min.
“Ice Corp,” a rebel scientist and his son find adventure and hope as they search for a way to push back the cold during the new Ice Age when civilation is confined to cities with trains that rumble across the mile deep glaciers; 22 x 52 min.
“Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat,” animated series featuring a young spirited and curious cat; 80 x 11 min or 40 x 30 min.
Cinemavault Releasing, Inc.
434 Queen St., E
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5A 1T5
Fax: (416) 363-2305
Attending: Nick Stiliadis, CEO; Amy Beecroft, director intl. distribution; Dimitri Thomaidis, distribution coordinator; Steve Arroyave, VP production.
“Innocence,” young love is re-ignited after 50 years apart; 95 min.
“Psycho Beach Party,” sun, surf and one psycho babe; 89 min.
“Love.com,” a brutal murder exposes the darkside of internet fantasy; 86 min.
“Expecting Mercy,” a tale of twisted romance gone bad.
201 S. Parker St.
Albany, IN 47320
Attending: Christopher Gregory, president-director; Kevin Ford, VP; Stephanie Lynch, creative management.
“Hennigans House,” childrens educational program dealing with reading and imagination; 12 x 60 min.
29 rue d’Ulm
75230 Paris Cedex 05, France
Fax: (33-1) 46-12-84-51
Attending: Jacques Beaujean, head of intl. sales.
“City Limits,” a look at 13 big cities around the world; 13 x 13 min.
“Feats of Architecture,” how architects designed and built some of the world’s famous buildings; 20 x 13 min.
“Nature Collection,” a look at the reproduction and eating habits of animals and plants; 120 x 5 min.
“Little Stories for Children,” more than 100 animated films for youngsters.
CNN Newsource Sales
One CNN Center
P.O. Box 105366
Atlanta, GA 30348-5366
Fax: (404) 827-4466
Attending: Susan Grant, president; John Lee, senior VP sales; Ed Stephen, VP marketing; Jerry DeMink, VP news development.
“Mrs. Fixit,” tackles the small problems that everyone has in and around their homes.
“Daily News from Entertainment Weekly,” consumer magazine of entertainment and popular culture.
“Parenting,” timely information on family and children’s issues energized by recent headlines.
“CNN Newsource,” comprehenseive news feed service.
Columbia TriStar Intl. TV
10202 W. Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
Fax: (310) 244-1874
Attending: Michael Grindon, president; John Migicovsky, president, Columbia Tristar Media Group of Canada; Peter Iacono, exec VP sales; John McMahon, exec VP & managing director; Jon Petrovich, exec VP intl. networks; William Pfeiffer, exec VP & managing director.
“Doc,” a country doctor who moves to New York City to follow the love of his life; 22 x 60 min.
“The Joan Cusack Show,” this sitcom revolves around a single schoolteacher, her friends, and their romantic relationships; 13 x 30 min.
“The Tick,” four superheroes team up to fight crime in the big city; 9 x 30 min.
“Jackie Chan Adventures,” this series follows the adventures of Jackie Chan and his 11-year-old niece as they battle the mysterious Dark Hand organization in the quest for a series of magical talismans; 26 x 30 min.
11600 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
Fax: (310) 207-6816
Attending: J. Deryk Morgan, director intl. distribution; Adam Welles, VP intl. distribution.
“The Doorway,” college students staying at an abandoned mansion unwittingly unleash the terrors of hell.
“The Game of Death,” in a deadly game of chance, one card determines the fate of two lives.
“Shakedown,” while carrying a highly toxic vial containing a killer virus, a group of terrorists are foiled by a sexy heroine, a group of bank robbers and an earthquake.
Roger Corman’s library of films
935 4th St.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Fax: (305) 535-6246
Attending: David Sine, CEO; David Floberg, exec VP finance; Darren Mankovich, exec VP marketing; Catherine Gray, VP advertising sales; Carlos Fragvio, VP production; Frank Cefalo, VP communications.
“C1TV at Large,” targeting hip, urban, and gay audiences
Connection III Entertainment
8489 W. Third St.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
Booth: 6020; phone (702) 739-4111
Attending: Cleveland O’Neal, president-CEO; Gwenn Smith, director development/production.
“What About Your Friends,” explores growing up in urban America through the coming-of-age experiences of three teen girlfriends; 13 x 60 min.
“Urbanflix/Urban Stars Network,” an urban entertainment magazine series; 13 x 60 min.
“The Garage Club Halloween Special,” the kids investigate whether their party is really haunted; 60 min.
“The Garage Club Christmas Special,” Santa accidentally drops in on Christmas Eve and the kids must get him back in time to save Christmas; 60 min.
Creative Light Entertainment
8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 212
Beverly Hills, Ca 90211
Fax: (323) 658-9169
Booth: 1623; phone (702) 943-3768
Attending: Ted Chalmers, president; Scott Zakarin, chairman; Tracy Heck, sales assistant.
“Double Deception,” a kidnap plot involving the daughter of a powerful Japanese businessman goes terribly wrong; 90 min.
“The Clean and Narrow,” an ex-con tries to make an honest living, but is forced to make some dangerous choices; 90 min.
“Extreme Force,” a thief turns into a hero in his quest to restore the sacred seal of Mongolia; 90 min.
“The Sid Caesar Collection,” 3 x 70 min. & 65 x 30 min.
757 Third Ave., 2nd floor
New York, NY 10017
Fax: (212) 308-1791
Attending: Tony Brown, president
“The Bible,” three epic tales of inspiration.
Movie Package, Director’s Cut 2
Movie Package, Director’s Cut 3
08020 Barcelona, Spain
Fax: (34-93) 2664014
Web site: www.cromosoma.com
Booth: 5247-M; (702) 943-3567
Attending: Oriol Ivern, general manager; Sergi Reitg, managing director; Judit Foz, Mireia Gusi, Ruben Gil, sales assistants; Carlos Piazza, licensing dept.
“Tom,” a gigantic dinosaur and his friends travel the world on their way to fantastic adventures, teaching us to better appreciate the world in which we live; 26 x 26 min.
“Weby,” animated series featuring a sophisticated computer that takes care of children.
“Miniman,” animated series about a superhero who teaches children how to handle worrying situations by themselves; 26 x 12 min.
“Juanito Jones,” a young boy uses his imagination as a fantastic vehicle to take him on wild adventures in amazing places; 52 x 13 min. or 26 x 26 min.
22 Weston Road
Lincoln, MA 01773
Fax: (781) 259-9966
Attending: Charles Schuerhoff
“Jazz,” Ken Burns’ passionate exploration into the mind and soul of Jazz music; 12 x 60 min.
“Open Outcry,” a revealing view from the high-pressure world of commodities traders; 56 min.
“Scientific American Frontiers: Superpeople,” meet people who push themselves to the limitsof human performance; 56 min.
“The West,” explore the triumphs and tragedies that make the West the source of some of the most compelling stories in American History; 6 x 52 min.
Merry Hill Road
Hertfordshire, WD23 1DR, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 8950-6694
Web site: www.ctvc.co.uk
Attending: Ann HArvey, head of acquisition & distribution; Sue Bird, sales manager.
“It Ain’t Necessarily So,” series in which John McCarthy, one time hostage of Islamic Jihad in Lebanon, returns to the Middle East to look at the affect that the Old Testament has had on the war-torn region; 6 x 24 min.
“Apostles,” an insight into the part that Jesus’s Apostle’s played in the spread of Christianity both east and west of Palestine; 10 x 30 min.
“Dateline Jerusalem,” an authentic series of news bulletins that cover the story of Holy Week; 8 x 15 min.
“Crossing St. Petersburg,” documentary on the Priests and people of the Russian Orthodox Church who suffered under Communism for more than 70 years; 26 min.
45-53 Sinclair Road
London W14 ONS, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7300-6529
Web site: www.entercloud9.com
Attending: Aky Najeeb, managing director; Nicola Andrews, sales exec.
“Atlantis High,” soap set in the idylic town of Sunset Cove, focusing primarily on the local high school and the Hangout, our characters learn about family, friends and after school jobs; 26 x 30 min.
“The Tribe – Series 3,” teen soap set in a land where civilisation has ceased to exist and the children have to re-build society in their own image; 52 x 30 min. or 26 x 48 min.
“Atlantis High,” comedy teen melodrama set in the beautiful coastal town Sunset Cove, where nothing is quite what it seems; 26 x 30 min.
Daro Film Distribution
“Le Victoria13 Boulevard Princesse Charlotte
Fax: (377) 97971590
Attending: Pierre-Andre Rochat, president; Anne-Marie Gaskin, head of acquisitions.
“Horace & Tina,” series featuring one big, happy family… until the world’s most loveable (and unusual) trouble makers drop in and stay! 26 x 30 min.
“Random Passage,” miniseries telling the epic story of the courage of one woman and how she builds a new community in an inhospitable land in the early 1800s; 8 x 60 min. & 4 x 90 min.
“Mumbo Jumbo,” comedy drama about criminals, journalists and irritating dead people; 90 min.
De Angelis Group
Via G. Avezzana 51
00195 Rome, Italy
Fax: (39-06) 321-7559
Attending: Jonas Bauer, president of intl. prods; Art Horan, head of theatrical motion pictures; Maria Grazia Ursino, sales & distribution coordinator.
“Father Hope,” story of an unconventional priest who is sent to a small town in Southern Italy where he becomes a mentor for the children of a juvenile reformatory; 100 min.
“Diamond Hunters,” the torrid fortunes of a family unable to forgive and forget, set against the background of South Africa’s emerale coast and diamond mines; 120 min & 2 x 90 min.
“Julius Caesar,” the story of one of the greatest politicians, generates and orators to have ever lived; 2 x 90 min.
“Enchantment,” lies and passions, love and betrayal entwine in a story of high intrigue set in a luxurious private clinic; 156 x 50 min.
512 King St. East, Suite 104
Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5A 1M1
Fax: (416) 363-8919
Attending: Steven DeNure, Neil Court, John Delmage, Beth Stevenson, partner’s; Dominique Bazay, director, intl. sales; Dan Fill, director, interactive.
“Our Hero,” a comedy that celebrates the trials and tribulations of the teenage years; 13 x 30 min.
“Angela Anaconda,” a rambunctious 8-year-old with an active imagination who plots revenge against her arch-rival Nanette Manoir; 65 x 30 min.
“What About Mimi,” a cartoon series centering on an 11-year-old problem-solver extraordinaire; 26 x 30 min.
“The Zack Files,” capture the oddities, turmoil and challenges that keep happening to Zack in his wacky world; 26 x 30 min.
50968 Cologne, Germany
Fax: (49-221) 389-2646
Web site: www.dwelle.de
Attending: Ana Maria Banolas, head of distribution, Latin America; Ulrich Wartmann, head of distribution, Europe/North America; Andrea Hugemann, distribution exec, Latin America.
“In the Limelight,” series on world-famous singers, conductors, instrumental soloists and dancers; 7 x 50 min.
“Visionaries in Survival,” series portraying individuals or groups who have committed themselves to the environmental cause, often in the face of strong resistance; 13 x 30 min.
“Under Neptune’s Flag,” animated cartoon series introducing a kindly family of underwater spirits who try to influence the course of history with clever tricks; 26 x 30 min.
“Railway Stories,” series focusing on legendary special trains and their journeys; 13 x 30 min.
303 N. Glenoaks Blvd., 4th floor
Burbank, CA 91502
Fax: (818) 955-5696
Booth: 271; phone (702) 943-3566
Attending: Jandy Heyward, chairman-CEO; Patricia Ryan, exec VP intl. sales; Dan Waite, VP intl. sales; Brad Brooks, president; Robby London, exec VP creative affairs; Melissa Bomes, exec VP worldwide consumer products.
“Mary-Kate & Ashley: Movie Toons,” animated mini-movies based on past classics and current hits of every genre; 52 x 30 min.
“Salem,” the outrageous cat with attitude from “Sabrina” has a series of comedic adventures; 52 x 30 min.
“Super Duper Sumos,” three young sumo wrestlers fulfill their destiny by transforming into mighty superheroes fully twice their original size to battle an ancient evil force that threatens to take over the world; 52 x 30 min.
“The Wacky World of Tex Avery,” who pioneered that wacky style known as squash-and-stretch animation; 65 x 30 min.
7700 Wisconsin Ave.
Bethesda, MD 20814
Fax: (301) 986-4826
Attending: Rex Recka, VP programming & sales operations; Tony Harvin, director program sales operations; Mercedes Dawson, account exec; Theresa Ong, account exec; Janice Russell, account exec.
“Savage Sun,” presents some of the most amazing images of the sun ever gathered; 50 min.
“Firestorm: The Smokejumpers Story,” explores the destructive power, its surprising virtues and the heroic people who face them every day; 120 min.
“Extreme Machines II,” highlights some of the best machines ever created; 12 x 60 min.
261 du St. Sacrement St.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2Y 3V2
Fax: (514) 844-8210
Booth: 5032; phone (702) 943-4361
Attending: Michel Rodrigue, CEO; Arabelle Pouliot, VP sales; Grant Ross, VP acquisitions; John Gough, director new media & converged formats; Chanelle Routhier, manager sales & marketing operations.
“Perfect Match,” a dating game show; 13 x 30 min.
“Crazy Planet,” a search for the planet with the craziest stories, a few others added; and then a panel to guess which ones are real; 26 x 60 min.
“Le Grand Tralala,” with no preparation, your favourite TV host is asked to present a prime time entertainment show without knowing the content; 60 min.
“Ugly Duckling,” a make-over format for anyone who’s ever dreamed of transforming themselves, live out a fantasy or look better than they ever thought possible; 20 x 120 min.
08021 Barcelona, Spain
Fax: (34-93) 240-4124
Web site: www.docon.es
Attending: Antoni D’Ocon, president; Diana Domingo, head of intl. dept; Laura Tapias, sales exec; Jose Salcedo, D’Ocon Films France; Ferran Viladevall, D’Ocon office USA.
“Scruff,” a little dog, naïve and trusting, wants to learn about everything new; 26 x 26 min.
“Kong,” a new Kong is reborn when a brilliant young scientist and pioneer of genetic research mixes Kong’s DNA and a small amount of human DNA; 40 x 26 min & 90 min. feature.
“Roswell Conspiracies,” a group of allied intelligence agents discover that extraterrestrial beings are roaming the earth, stalking humans for food, sport and more sinister agendas; 40 x 26 min.
“The Last Reservation,” animated series in which a group of beings from the past is transported several centuries ahead in time into an unknown world; 26 x 26 min.
31 W. 56th St.
New York, NY 10019
Fax: (212) 315-1132
Attending: John Fitzgerald, CEO; Don Taffner Jr., Jeff Cotugno, VPs; Gary Mitchell, VP intl. sales; David Fuhrer, account representative.
“Studio One,” catalogue of specials starring many of the brightest stars in Hollywood and abroad; 66 x 60 min.
“Sherman Oaks,” an adult comedy which focuses on America’s favorite disfunctional family the Bakers of earthquake ravaged Sherman Oaks, CA; 36 x 30 min.
“My Family,” comedy series about a typical unclear family engaged in an ongoing familial nuclear war; 18 x 30 min.
“As Time Goes By – Series 8,” a comedy about two former lovers who reunite after 38 years; 60 x 30 min.
DLT Entertainment UK Limited
10 Bedford Square
London, WC1B 3RA U.K.
Fax: (171) 636-4571
Booth: 1213; phone (702) 943-4464
Attending: Gary Mitchell, VP intl. sales; Donald Taffner Jr, VP.
“As Time Goes By,” comedy about two former lovers who reunite after 38 years; 60 x 30 min.
“The Face That Changed the World,” documentary special which traces the image of Jesus Christ in art around the world and across two millennia; 120 min.
“My Family,” a typical nuclear family, engaged in an ongoing familial nuclear war; 18 x 30 min.
5750 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Fax: (323) 954-2657
Booth: 141; phone (702) 943-4854
Attending: Mindy Herman, president-CEO; Ken Bettsteller, COO; Jon Helmrich, senior VP intl. development; Lynn Heide, senior VP, business development & online; Bill Lee, VP intl. development; Duccio Donati, director sales intl. development.
“Hollywood Off-Ramp,” invites viewers into an other-worldly Hollywood, filled with unexpected, bizarre circumstances; 26 x 30 min.
“Celebrity Homes,” gives viewers an intimate look into the lives of the rich and famous with personally guided tours of their homes; 26 x 30 min.
“The E! True Hollywood Story,” docu-dramas that reveal the truth behind Hollywood’s most intriguing and infamous stories; 90 x 60 min. & 60 x 120 min.
“Wild On…,” a sporlight on international pop-culture and entertainment; 52 x 60 min.
9B Ladbroke Grove
London W11 3BD, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7729-2708
Web site: ecminternational.com
Booth: to come
Attending: Bill Wilson, CEO; Graham Spencer, general manager, Latin America.
“Connect4,” TV version of the hugely popular board game, which challenges contestants in a battle of skill and strategy.
“Hot Wired Planet,” cross-media event that connects the globe through its passion for music, dancing and night-clubbing.
“Who Wants to be a Millionaire?” the huge international ratings phenomenon that has revived the game show genre worldwide.
“I.D Who is Who?” game show, full of surprises for contestants and viewers, where human instincts are put to the ultimate test.
239 Kensington High Street
London W8 6SA, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7761-3510
Web site: www.imagination.dk
Attending: Tom van Waveren, president; Tatiana Kober, managing director; Poul Kofod, snr. VP, creative development; Michael Christensen, Charlotte Damgaard, producers.
“Drip and Dasher,” the first international Christmas Calender for TV; 24/25 x 13 min.
“Skipper and Skeeto,” delight in the tales of these two unlikely friends, Skipper, a mole, and Skeeto, a mosquito, as they discover their new home in Paradise Park; 26 x 13 min. or 13 x 30 min.
“Tracey McBean,” follow our heroine through inventinve journeys full of mystery, drama, bizarre twists and turns and scary stuff; 26 x 13 min. or 13 x 30 min.
“Troll Tales,” the adventures of three Trolls, Snapper, Tumbler and Willy Wee; 26 x 26 min.
Friese Greene House
15-17 Middle Street
Brighton BN1 1AL, U.K
Fax: (44-1273) 201121
Web site: www.electricsky.com
Attending: David Pounds, CEO; Ros Ali, sales manager; Daniel Slight, head of animation.
“Treasure,” documentary series devoted to eccentric, exotic and erotic collectors; 24 x 40 min.
“Urbanation,” series in which each episode will concentrate on a city and investigate all that is new in the areas of pop, Club culture and fashion vibes; 8 x 24 min.
“Celtic Myths,” series that delves into the real stories of the Celts and finds their significance both in the ancient and contemporary world; 5 x 60 min. & 2 x 60 min.
“The Anna n Tommy Show,” series of animated shorts covering a wide range of aspects concerning health and well-being; 26 x 7 min.
45 rue Linois
75015 Paris, France
Fax: (33-1) 43-92-57-01
Web site: www.ellipsanime.com
In Las Vegas: Treasure Island Hotel
Attending: Robert Rea, exec. VP, children’s & family programming; Marie-Pierre Moulinjeune, VP, children’s & family programming.
“Corto,” sophisticated animated version of the legendary and beloved comic book hero created by the Italian artist Hugo Pratt; 26 x 30 min; 4 TV movies & a feature.
“Kings & Queens,” animated series for young audiences about 12 mad, maniacal monarchs; 65 x 5 min.
“Nick & Perry,” a couple of intelligent space dogs crash-land on Earth and have to behave like normal dogs to avoid trouble; 52 x 13 min.
“Xcalibur,” animated, action-packed series about a spellbound island-world where heroic fantasy blends with the legend of King Arthur; 40 x 30 min.
7 rue Casteja
92100 Boulogne, France
Fax: (33-1) 46-94-88-95
Attending: Nicolas Pascault, sales exec.
“Crime Squad,” series centered on six dynamic, abrasive and savvy cops with little in common except an overriding passion for their job; 24 x 52 min.
“B.R.I.G.A.D.,” detective series featuring a rapid-reaction elite squad who are ready to respond to situations where the security of the people is at risk; 6 x 52 min.
“Lyon Special Unit,” a police commissioner in Lyon creates a special brigade for dismantling organized crime networks; 6 x 52 min.
“The Pagnol Trilogy,” miniseries centered on a bar in the old port of Marseille in 1930; 3 x 90 min.
EM TV & Merchandising
Beta Strasse 11
85774 Unterfohring, Germany
Fax: (49-89) 99500-111
Web site: www.em-ag.de
Attending: Thomas Haffa, chairman of the board & CEO; Florian Haffa, deputy chairman of the board; Hans Peter Vriens, member of the board, marketing & sales; Helen Isaacson, president worldwide brand management; Rainer Siek, president worldwide TV sales; Patrick Elmendorff, snr. VP, intl. TV sales; Lysandra Karamitsou, director, intl. TV sales.
“Poochini,” animated series concerning a little dog, whose life changes when he moves to new owners; 78 x 7 min.
“Pigs Next Door,” a farmer gives his land to his loyal pigs, but the father of our pig’s family insists on offering his children the possibility of a good education, so they move to the city and to a neighborhood inhabited, without exception, by human beings; 26 x 24 min.
“Mummy Nanny,” cartoon series in which an Egyptian mummy awakes from its 5000-year sleep and finds herself in our hectic 21st century; 26 x 24 min.
“The Hoobs,” puppetry series about inquisitive little creatures who travel the Universe on fact-finding missions to help them in their goal to compile the ultimate Hobby encyclopedia; 250 x 30 min.
100 Hammersmith Road
London W6 7JP, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 8762-6299
Web site: www.entertainmentrights.com
Attending: Jane Smith, managing director; Mike Heap, CEO; Alix Wiseman, sales manager; Chloe Van Den Berg; sales director; Susannah Cobbold, sales & marketing exec.
“Merlin,” when Ernie the harbor master buys Merlin a shiny red collar, his adventures take on a magical turn; 26 x 10 min. or 26 x 30 min.
“Custer’s Last Stand Up,” story of a 14-year-old boy from Ireland who dreams of becoming a stand-up comic; 26 x 30 min.
“Tangerine Bear,” story of a bear whose smile was accidentally sewn on upside-down and is neglected at Christmas time; 48 min. or 60 min.
“We Wish You a Merry Christmas; O’ Christmas Tree & Jingle Bells,” 3 x 48 min. christmas speshes.
Euroarts Entertainment GmbH
Wilmersdorfer Str. 79
D-10629 Berlin, Germany
Fax: (49-30) 32783918
Web site: www.euroarts.com
In Las Vegas; The Mirage
Attending: Teresa Dokey, VP, acquisitions & distribution.
“Around the Fire,” coming-of-age story in which an upper-class 17-year-old boy is introduced to the swirling world of young hipsters and flower teens by a free-spirited girl; 106 min.
“The Basket,” as America is reeling from WWI, two young German immigrants arrive to a prejudiced Pacific Northwest community; 105 min.
“Bonhoeffer – Agent of Grace,” story of a clergyman, who during the Third Reich, joined the ranks of a resistance group within German military counter-intelligence to conspire in an assassination attempt on The Fuehrer; 90 min.
“Havanna Mi Amor,” documentary on the inhabitants of Havanna, who gather in front of their TV’s every evening to dive into the world of the Telenovelas; 80 min/52 min.
33 avenue des Champs-Elysees
75008 Paris, France
Fax: (33-1) 42-25-73-38
Attending: Daniel Lesoeur, chairman; Ilona Kunesova, head of acquisition/development.
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Europe Images Intl.
25 rue Francois 1er
75008 Paris, France
Fax: (33-1) 47-23-28-10
Web site: www.europeimages.com
Attending: Frederic Rossignol, commercial director.
“Belphegor,” the adventures of a masked fiend, who darkens the skies of Paris and terrorises the local population; 26 x 26 min.
“Couples and Duos,” series tracing the public image of stars such as Rita Heyworth & Joseph von Sternberg or Orson Welles & Marlene Dietrich and the cultural, social and moral context of their encounter; 10 x 26 min.
“Adventures in the Wild,” two vets and their two-year-old daughter take a jeep ride half way across the world in search of disappearing species from the Yemen, through Africa and Madagascar and into Asia; 6 x 52 min.
“Children S.O.S.,” the organization that is the last resort for parents trying to retrieve their kidnapped children; 9 x 90 min.
33 Ovington Square
London SW3 1LJ, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7581-7200
Attending: Helen Grattan, managing director; Edwina Thring, sales director; Samantha Witters, director of marketing & communications; Paola Cunsolo, Italian consultant.
“Air Force One,” an in-depth look at the history of the U.S President” airplane; 52 min.
“Killer Whales, Up Close & Personal,” the life and times of a family of Crozet killer whales; 52 min.
“Red Crabs, Crazy Ants,” the perilous plight of the Christmas Island red crabs as they travel through the rainforest on their annual migration, attacked by a minute and deadly foe; 52 min.
“Celebrations,” over 20 years, Junichi Ushiyama, Japan’s foremost ethnographic filmmaker, had created a unique and intimate record of a changing world; 30 x 26 min.
The Coach House, Ashford Lodge
Essex CO9 2RR, U.K
Fax: (44-1787) 479111
Web site: www.extremeinternational.com
Attending: Alistair Gosling, CEO; Ben Barrett, intl. sales director; Charlotte Cabrero, Latin America sales; Andy Walkman, head of acquisitions for Extreme Sports Channel; Lloyd Bryan Adams, COO (USA office); Adam Nagler, VP, marketing (USA office).
“World Extreme Games,” the first ever games will be staged as the alternative Olympics in Melbourne, Australia from Dec. 1-3, following on from the Sydney Olympics in September; 22 x 30 min. & 60 min. spesh.
“Core Culture,” weekly program showcasing the lifestyle, music, personalities and sports of the “alternative” youth culture; 26 x 60 min.
“Bluetorch,” your regular dose of skateboarding, snowboarding, surfing, freestyle moto-x, BMX, wakeboarding, lifestyle, music etc; 65 x 60 min.
“World Series Jet Sprints,” high powered V8 jet boats race a 130kph around winding course in a spectacular race against the clock; 12 x 30 min.
Miguel Hernandez 81-87
08908 L’Hospitalet de Llobregat
Fax: (34-93) 263-0824
Web site: www.filmax.com
Attending: Antonia Nava, snr. VP of intl. sales & coproductions – fiction; Vicente Canales, intl. sales exec; Paco Rodriguez, snr. VP of intl. sales & coproductions – animation; Eduardo Escudero, business affairs – animation.
“Manolito Gafotas,” animation series; 26 x 26 min.
“Goomer,” animation series; 26 x 26 min.
“Capelito,” animation series; 52 x 5 min.
“The Crab Island,” animated feature film; 75 min.
Film Bridge Intl.
1316 Third St. Promenade, Suite 105
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Fax: (310) 656-8683
Booth: 662; phone (702) 943-4447
Attending: Ellen Wander; Incoronata Pagliuca; Lori Mathison; Isabel Preciado Loucks; Haydn Rigby.
“The Count,” a romantic adventure based on the classic novel The Count of Monte Cristo.
“Say Nothing,” the lives of a young married couple are turned upside down when a stranger’s obsession not only puts their marriage at stake, but their lives as well.
“Lying in Wait,” a reclusive young artist is thrown into a world of lust, deceit and murder when a mysterious couple moves into the house next door.
“Beyond the Summit,” a documentary that follows an environmental expedition team on the largest clean-up of Mt. Everest.
Westmount, Quebec, Canada H3Z 1X1
Fax: (514) 939-203
Booth: 5032; phone (702) 943-4362, fax (702) 943-4359
Attending: Maryse Rouillard, president; Lizanne Rouillard, VP; Muriel Rosilio, senior exec sales & co-productions
“One Life in Waiting,” days after turning 13, Annelies Clark became one of the only children in Canada to be listed for a double lung heart transplant; 52 min.
“Frontiers of Construction,” offers a blend of cutting edge science and technology by taking the viewer into the heart of this revolution to the places where our very future is being conceived; 26 x 60 min.
“Wilderness Journeys,” this series captures the sights and sounds of extraordinary places; 4 x 60 min.
“From Rusia, For Love,” the lives of two girls living in an orphanage in the snowy outskirts of a small Russian town are forever altered by an adoption from half a world away; 54 min.
159-165 Great Portland Street
London W1W 5PA, U.K
Fax: (44-20) 7307-6399
Attending: Greg Phillips, president; Clare Caufield, marketing director.
“Mutant X,” the exploits of a group of human mutants with extraordinary powers, who pit themselves against an evil and surreptitious governmental agency; 22 x 60 min.
“Blonde,” fictionalised ramatisation of Marilyn Monroe, based on the biography by Joyce Carol Oates; 2 x 120 min.
“Gene Roddenberry’s Andromeda,” series centered on the last starship captain of the System’s Commonwealth, the Earth-based government that spans a thousand worlds, embracing hundreds of different races and cultures; 44 x 60 min.
“Queen of Swords,” story of a sensuous and beautiful avenger, who battles greed and corruption in 19th century California; 22 x 60 min.
14 rue Alexandre Parodi
75010 Paris, France
Fax: (33-1) 53-35-90-91
Attending: Giovanna Milano, chairman & CEO; Maia Tubiana, head of development; Lionel Marty, head of sales & acquisitions.
“Horace & Tina,” when two waist-high “Nelfs” fall into Lauren’s lap, her world is turned upside down; 26 x 26 min.
“Wheel Squad,” animated series featuring young rollerblade and skateboard wizards; 26 x 26 min.
“Aliens Among Us,” a young alien looks to see how earth kids deal with the same questions he has to deal with on his own planet; 65 x 5 min. or 13 x 26 min.
“Titeuf,” animated series in which our hero and his friends are restlessly involved in stories raising questions all kids are concerned by; 78 x 7 min. or 26 x 26 min.
France TV Distribution
Immeuble “Le Barjac”
1 Boulevard Victor
75015 Paris, France
Fax: (33-1) 44-25-01-42
Attending: Marc Bonduel, president; Herve Michel, snr. VP, intl. sales; Pierre-Francois Gaudry, VP, intl. sales; Alexandre Piel, manager, intl. sales.
“The Blue Bicycle,” story of an impossible love, set against the background of WWII; 3 x 90 min. or 6 x 52 min.
“The Foundling,” a young orphan begins a wandering existence when he is sold to a travelling musician and animal-trainer; 2 x 90 min. or 4 x 52 min.
“A Case of Emergency,” an anaesthetist working as a paramedic reaches breaking-point when her life is abruptly shattered by betrayal and a tragic death in the family; 2 x 90 min. or 4 x 52 min.
“China Wings,” series set in China in the ’20s in which our to heroes, St-Clair and Blanchard launch their aviation company; 26 x 26 min.
The Fremantle Corp.
660 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10021
Fax: (212) 207-8357
Booth: 6010; phone (702) 943-3522, fax (702) 943-3519
Attending: Paul Talbot, president-CEO; Blanca Oca-Pertierra, VP Latin America & home video; Diane Tripp, VP; Keith Talbot, director development; Veronique Heim, managing director; Randy Zalken, senior VP.
“Hollywood DC: A Tale of Two Cities,” examines the irresistible attraction between Washington and Hollywood; 120 min.
“Roger Corman’s Black Scorpion: The Series,” a cop by day and masked crusader by night; 22 x 60 min.
“Home Movies,” animated series about a budding amateur movie maker whose recently divorced mom endures his obsession, as a means to keep her socially awkward son occupied while she muddles through single parenthood; 13 x 30 min.
“WOW (Women of Wrestling),” 48 hours.
10780 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 280
Los Angeles, CA 90025
Fax: (310) 234-9677
Booth: 1623; phone (702) 943-3770
Attending: Ami Artzi, Yoram Globus, co-chairmen; Liron Artzi, senior VP; Daniel M. Levine, VP.
“DF1: The Lost Patrol,” an elite commando unit must prevent an international arms dealer from launching a nuclear war; 93 min.
“The Christmas Path,” when a Christmas angel is sent to Earth to rekindle the Christmas spirit in an unhappy little boy magical things begin to happen to a single mom and her family; 93 min.
“Lemon Popsicle: The Party Goes On,” relive what it was like growing up in the 60’s with the whole gang of cool guys, cute girls and a killer soundtrack; 90 min.
“M.I.A.: Rescue At All Costs,” a former Delta Force Agent is recruited by the U.S. government to free American hostages being held in the Mid-East by terrorist extremests.
Full Moon Intl.
1645 N. Vine St., 9th floor
Hollywood, CA 90028
Fax: (323) 468-0598
Attending: Charles Band; Adam Wolf; Ed Shields; Christopher Shaw; Pat Siciliano.
“William Shatners Full Moon Fright Night,” 18 x 90 min.
“Flesh TV,” soft core adult entertainment; 13 x 30 min.