MIPCOM Spotlight: LEONINE Studios


The six-part political espionage thriller Bonn leads LEONINE Studios’ MIPCOM highlights.

Set against the backdrop of 1950s Germany, it follows a young woman who struggles to find her place in a male-dominated society.

Based on the Crimson Lake novels by Candice Fox, the Australian eight-part thriller Troppo explores a criminal case in tropical Far North Queensland.

Over the course of its six episodes, the dramedy Herzogpark offers a glimpse at the seemingly picture-perfect lives of five very different women who all live in the same posh neighborhood.

“These series are from award-winning producers, directors and writers and have great casts with international appeal and are all very sought-after genres,” says Patrick Phelan, director of world sales at LEONINE Studios.

“We’ve got a great lineup in store for MIPCOM, with [these] three fresh and intriguing new series ready for delivery,” Phelan adds.