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Sex Tape Format Sells into LatAm


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Armoza Formats has licensed Sex Tape into Latin America, following successful adaptations in the U.K., Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland and Germany.

Sexologist Alessandra Rampolla and 360 Powwow are working with Armoza Formats on the new treatment. Sex Tape was a finalist at Armoza Formats’ annual Formagination competition in 2016.

Rampolla has spent three seasons in her role as an expert on Married at First Sight, the most-watched reality show on Australian TV. She has starred in some of the most successful reality shows in Latin America, such as Escuela para Maridos.

Rampolla commented: “I think that where there is a couple, there is a problem and many secrets to discover. Sexual expression and compatibility are vital to building, nurturing and maintaining healthy, romantic relationships. In Sex Tape, I want to take couples to another emotional and sexual level.”

Adrian Santucho, CCO of 360 Powwow, said: “Sex Tape is the most genuine and fun social experiment, and Alessandra knows how to guide our participants on this journey, accessing their routines and intimacy, evaluating the couples’ private recordings, and giving honest and constructive feedback. Her professionalism and warmth make her the right person for this role.”

Avi Armoza, CEO of Armoza Formats, added: “Sex Tape continues to travel globally due to the way it offers viewers a unique and truthful approach to relationships by bringing to the screens a key element that is often considered taboo for public discussion. We are thrilled to partner with 360 Powwow and Alessandra Rampolla to bring this hit social experiment to the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic audiences.”








About Kristin Brzoznowski

Kristin Brzoznowski is the executive editor of World Screen. She can be reached at kbrzoznowski@worldscreen.com.

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