Cineflix Rights Gears Up for London TV Screenings


Cineflix Rights has lined up over 100 hours of new series and returning seasons for its London TV Screenings slate.

Leading the distributor’s scripted content roster is the 8×60-minute So Long, Marianne, which tells the love story between Canadian singer and poet Leonard Cohen and Marianne Ihlen.

More scripted titles on the slate include the 90-minute Wynonna Earp: Vengeance, along with the 8×60-minute French-language thriller In Memoriam.

New titles on the factual slate are Amanda Owen’s Farming Lives, Police 999: Clear and Present Danger, Sue Perkins into Alaska, Ainsley’s Taste of Malta and Jimmy’s Taste of Florida.

Returning series include Mayday: Air Disaster, The Yorkshire Auction House, Reginald the Vampire, Last King of The Cross and Whitstable Pearl.

Tim Mutimer, CEO of Cineflix Rights, said: “The London TV Screenings is now the key spring market for Cineflix Rights to launch our slate for the year ahead, and I’m delighted to be introducing such a wealth of new content along with returning seasons of some of our key brands to buyers at our event next week.”