ORF-Enterprise Sends Titles Across Europe


ORF-Enterprise has inked numerous deals with French-speaking broadcasters for various unscripted titles, including Cuba’s Wild Revolution.

RTBF in Belgium picked up the two-part 4K programs Cuba’s Wild Revolution and Greece—The Wild Side. Additionally, RTBF secured the rights to the award-winning two-parter Russia’s Wild Sea, as well as the wildlife programs Wild Austria—Created by Water and Wild Way of the Vikings.

The RTS (Switzerland) audience can also look forward to Cuba’s Wild Revolution, as well as Kestrels at Close Quarters.

Seefeld—Tyrolean Wonderland and Wild Shetland were picked up by ARTE and will soon be offered to their French and German audiences. Part one of Seefeld—Tyrolean Wonderland, “The Realm of the Peregrine Falcon,” shows the landscape’s diversity at the heart of Tyrol, while Wild Shetland draws the audience into the sheer beauty and drama of Scotland’s most northerly isles and shows everything from otters to puffins to underwater diving gannets, as well as rarely seen storm petrels.

KTO (France) acquired the musical programs Baroque Treasures—George Frideric Handel’s Messiah, in which The Bach Consort Ensemble presents their festive Easter Concert from the Klosterneuburg Monastery, as well as Franz Schubert—Mass in a Flat Majo from Styriarte 2018.