Iceland distributor Myndform Ehf acquired the movie theater, video and TV rights to Earth from Greenlight Media for the next nine years. Originally known as a manufacturer of video copies, the company is now one of the three largest film distributors in Iceland, after Samfilm and Sena.
The media company Source Investment BV will bring the box office hit Earth by BBC Worldwide/Greenlight Media to movie theaters in the Southeast Asian nations of Singapore and Brunei. The sales team of Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten licensed the movie theater, video and TV rights to the distributor until the year 2016.
The German media production company Greenlight Media licensed its successful series SimsalaGrimm to the Croatian video distributor Blitz Film & Video Distribution Ltd. The deal included the pay TV, free TV, home video, PPV, VOD and NVOD rights to SimsalaGrimm seasons I and II for a total term of 11 years in the territory of Croatia.
Walt Disney Motion Pictures Group, formerly Buena Vista Motion Pictures Group, released the box office hit Earth by BBC Worldwide and Greenlight Media in movie theaters in Italy. The deal between the media group and the producers of the nature documentary, Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten, included the sale of the movie theater, video and TV rights for…
The producers of the successful series SimsalaGrimm, Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten, sold the home-video rights to SimsalaGrimm seasons I and II to the video distributor Video Art in Slovenia for eight years.
Universum Film in Munich, a German subsidiary of RTL/Bertelsmann, will bring the hit documentary Earth by BBC Wordwide/Greenlight Media to movie theaters in Germany, Austria, Southern Tyrolia, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein. The makers of Earth and Deep Blue, Nikolaus Weil and Stefan Beiten, agreed to a license term of 10 years.
The spectacular, feature length documentary, Deep Blue, produced by BBC Worldwide and Greenlight Media, achieved massive audiences in Germany during its opening weekend (30th Jan) The screen average for the movie (based on the number of prints in the market and box office sales) beat the Hollywood hits Lost In Translation, Open Range, Finding Nemo,…