TVF International Brings New Programming to MIPCOM


Independent factual distributor TVF International has launched its MIPCOM slate with over 200 hours of new programming.

TVF’s travel slate offers a diverse range of titles, including the BBC-commissioned Martin Compston’s Norwegian Fling from Tern TV, which sees the Line of Duty star travel the length of Norway through vibrant cities, snowy peaks and stunning fjords.

TVF International and Pronto Prod co-production The World’s Most Remote Hotels travels all over the world to go behind the scenes of the most unique and enchanting hotels in Lapland, Patagonia, Morocco and more. No Luggage returns for its fifth season while Alleys: Off the Beaten Track uncovers hidden gems in cities all over the world.

The Negotiators International from Peddling Pictures offers exclusive access to top-level international negotiators in critical situations. Brothers in Arms investigates the most notorious crime duo in Singapore’s history.

In science and environmental programming, The Longest Day returns for a second season, along with The Last Seed and Forgotten Palate: A Future in Ancient Grains. Planet of the Machines and One Billion Joules delve into technology, electricity and weather.

TVF’s current affairs lineup includes Inside Indonesia’s Football Ultras and Lombok’s Poisoned Gold. Debt Bomb investigates whether economic crises could cause further global financial instability. From Canada come the documentaries Veracity: Special Investigations, Prison Moms, You’ve Been Posted: Revenge Porn and Katiba Banat: Sisters in Arms.

Down for Love from Attitude Pictures is set to return, following the first season’s recent launch on Netflix. TVF has also added over 30 new hours from the New Zealand-based disability-first production company, including My Perfect Family, Being Me and Bulletproof.

In health and family are the titles Born Too Soon and Life is Precious. Leading TVF’s factual slate are two new series from BBC Studios, Rescue 999 and Heart Hospital.

Poppy McAlister, head of TVF International, commented: “From hidden hotels to hostage negotiations, TVF’s MIPCOM slate is bursting at the seams with blue-chip, premium factual and high-volume programming that truly speaks to our global outreach as a distributor. With new programming coming from Africa, Asia, Oceania, Europe and the Americas, we are proud of how diverse our slate is and are constantly expanding our portfolio of filmmakers and producers, championing fellow indies and working closely through financing, co-production and re-versioning deals to bring premium factual programming to the market.”