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  • Living The Life

    12 x 50; S2 10 x 50; S3 8 x 50

    Featuring Jeremy Clarkson, This revealing and trailblazing biography show allows two well-known celebrities to open up about their private and professional lives to each other.

  • Sean Bean on Waterloo

    2 x 60

    For the 200th anniversary of Waterloo, "Game of Thrones" and "Sharpe" star Sean Bean tells the story of one of history’s bloodiest battles through the eyes of the soldiers who fought it.

  • War Art with Eddie Redmayne

    1 x 52

    Oscar-winning actor Eddie Redmayne takes an intensely emotional journey, visiting artists' studios, museums and travelling to battlefield locations to discover how artists have shone a powerful light into the abyss of warfare, leaving a unique legacy.

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Realscreen's MIPCOM Picks

12 October 2017

Realscreen has selected two TVF International titles for the latest edition of its annual MIPCOM picks.

The Checklist Effect

Partners: Collaborate: Ideas & Images; distributed by TVF International
Length: 1 x 45 minutes
Premiered: Global Health Film Festival (2016, UK)
Rights available: All rights worldwide

Inspired by the award-winning book The Checklist Manifesto, this doc goes into hospitals across Europe, Central America, Asia and Africa to speak to experts, doctors and patients in an effort to better understand the challenges faced by surgical teams. At the heart of this battle is the World Health Organization’s Surgical Safety Checklist — a universal document used to track a patient’s progress through surgery. The Checklist Effect explores the fallibility of those in the medical profession and the global need to make surgery safer.

Double Happiness: China's Wedding Photo Revolution

Partners: Media Stockade (Australia); distributed by TVF International
Length: 1 x 52 minutes/1 x 90 minutes
Airing: TBD (ABC, Australia)
Rights available: World excluding Australia

In previous generations, marriages in China were arranged by the state. Love was not a necessary factor for married life, and wedding photos were typically absent, outside of small, black and white passport shots featuring the wedded couple. Times, and policies, have changed. Now, the wedding industry in China accounts for a staggering $80 billion. Part of that success stems from the new tradition of extravagant pre-wedding photo shoots, in which the couple can bring to life their most luxurious romantic fantasies. This doc examines the culture of coupling in China, through the lens of this trend.


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