31 July 2006
Documentary and entertainment titles from Flame Television Production, including London’s Olympic Dream, a 45-minute special for Five, have been added to the offerings from Fremantle Archive Sales, the clip sales division of FremantleMedia.
“Flame’s catalogue offers some very topical titles, all of which will further diversify our already extensive catalogue and offer our clients an even greater invaluable resource,” noted Sam Partner, business development executive at Fremantle Archive Sales.
Documentaries acquired as part of the agreement include the 30-minute special Rude London; the seven-part Ann Summers Uncovered; the one-hour Blaming The Jews; and Exocet, which documents the secret history of the missile which almost cost the British the Falklands war. Factual entertainment titles include Don’t Get Done, Get Dom for BBC One, Digging For Jesus for ITV, and Churchill’s Girl for Channel 4. Light entertainment programs include Celebrity Swaps, Three Celebs And A Baby, The Price Of Fame and Cage Combat.
Business Development Executive
Fremantle Archive Sales
1 Stephen Street
Tel: 44 (0)20 7691 6790