ITV, France TV explore on September 11; Discovery orders the adventure of the snowman; Mexico welcomes ‘wounded birds’ – TBI Vision

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9/11: We have planes

ITV, France TV orders Brook Lapping 9/11 doc

ITV and France Télévisions commissioned a feature-length documentary exploring the terrorist attacks on the United States in 2001, with Brook Lapping of Zinc Media Group.

9/11: We have planes (working title, 1 x 90 minutes) will feature never-before-seen sound and footage from the day of the attacks, including personal stories told by New Yorkers who experienced and recorded the events. BBC Studios will sell worldwide.

The document will also tell how authorities reacted, coped with and attempted to regain control of events, with recordings from military command centers, frontline emergency services, government conference calls, traffic control. airline, commercial airlines, private and public telephone calls. broadcasts.

Greg Sanderson, Iinterim MD at Zinc Television London, said: “Now, with access to hundreds of hours of never-before-seen footage and audio, which was previously locked in archives under great security, we can help paint a more complete picture of this historic day. Bringing all this audio content together has been a colossal undertaking, but in doing so we hope that we are setting an important new record of the events of this historic day.

The narrative will be based exclusively on the audio and images of the day, but without any interviews. Instead, viewers will hear moving new tales of the moment, in addition to never-before-seen footage filmed by New Yorkers.

Tom Giles, Editor-in-Chief at ITV, added: “ITV and Brook Lapping worked together in a memorable way for the monument’s 10th anniversary. September 11: day that changed the world. Now, with access to a slew of new, never-before-seen content, this film will immerse viewers in a moment where we still have a lot to learn over 20 years since it changed the world.

Caroline Behar, Head of International Co-productions and Acquisitions at France Televisions, said the approach of “combining rare audio archives and video footage will certainly shed new and comprehensive light on this defining moment of our time.

Dressed to the Top with the Wozniacki Family

Snowman vend à Discovery

Discovery Network Denmark is getting ready to air an unscripted series that follows tennis player Caroline Wozniacki and her family as they train to climb Mount Kilimanjaro in just four weeks.

Dressed for the Top with the Wozniacki Family (Undressed at the top with the Wozniacki family) is from Snowman Productions, owned by Red Arrow Studios, and will premiere on Discovery Kanal 5 and brother streamer Dplay starting August 13.

The show follows Wozniacki and his family, including her husband and NBA champion David Lee, as they are pushed to their limits with the extreme challenge of preparing for and reaching the top of the mountain.

Red Arrow Studios International will launch the format to international buyers later in October, under the title How to become superhuman, as part of their MIPCOM Fall / Winter slate.

Injured birds

Welcome image Injured birds

Mexican broadcaster Imagen has acquired a dramatic duet Injured birds and paradis from CJENM-owned distributor, Eccho Rights.

Injured birds is produced by Stellar Yapim for Kanal D in Turkey and has already been sold to networks in Latin America including Telemundo in Puerto Rico and Caracol in Colombia. paradis has been sold to over 40 territories around the world and initially made its mountain biking debut in Turkey in 2018.

Erick Pulido, Director of Programming at Imagen, said the shows “represent greater diversity in our programming, while serving audiences what they want: quality, relatable and emotional stories that keep viewers coming back. .



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