MIPTV Spotlight: Armoza Formats


Armoza Formats has a heavy focus on scripted this time around at MIPTV, with Muna among its offerings.

The slate includes Muna, inspired by the true story of a successful and free-spirited Arab-Israeli photographer, and Red Lines, which takes viewers into the complex world of the district attorney’s office. “Muna and Red Lines are the perfect examples of universally relatable and engaging stories,” says Amos Neumann, COO of Armoza Formats. “With their unique takes and compelling plots, the series have been acclaimed by the Israeli press and viewers.”

Meanwhile, the social experiment The Conflict gives individuals the chance to see their dispute from a new point of view, as actors bring to life arguments and those involved watch from the sidelines. The format is being licensed as 60-minute episodes.

“MIPTV continues to be an important market for us to maintain relationships with our clients as well as to stay on the ‘pulse’ of the industry,” Neumann says.