CRAZY COW is delighted to announce that it has signed an agreement with Canadian production company Make Believe Media Inc (Lynn Booth) to distribute the crime series ”True Pulp Murder” (13 x 30′ / Global-Court TV-Mystery). Each episode of ”True Pulp Murder” pairs a homicide investigator with one real life author and our fictional graphic novelist. Together they dissect and bring to audiences an assortment of real life murders and their resolution. Drawn from the case files of the actual cops who solved the mysteries, each episode unravels one macabre mystery in this 13 by 30 series. “True Pulp Murder” marries graphic novel stylings with commentary by crime writers. It allows viewers to see the actual events from the point of view of detectives who worked the case, fiction writers who wrote similar stories and a sexy, film noir-ish narrator. It is one part documentary, one part graphic novel, and one part hard-bitten detective drama.
Archive for November, 2007
Eyeworks movie “MPU-Missing Persons Unit” (original title “Vermist), released in Belgian theatres on October 31, had the strongest opening weekend of any Belgian movie during the last 10 years. ”MPU” was released on 36 copies in Flanders and Brussels and is the clear number one in Flanders with more than 60.000 visitors. Although the movie was not released in the French speaking part of Belgium, ”MPU” was also the best visited movie overall in Belgium.
“MPU”, directed by Jan Verheyen, tells the story of a disturbing disappearance of a young girl and how the Belgian Missing Persons Unit deals with it. The movie features a Belgian All Star cast including Koen De Bouw, Kevin Janssens, Joke Devynck, Stan Van Samang, Catherine Kools, Filip Peeters and Hilde Van Mieghem. The movie ”MPU” will be followed by a series of 9 episodes to be broadcasted next fall by SBS-channel VT4 in Belgium.
Production company Holland Harbour is shooting now in Rotterdam 10 new episodes of “Vanished” (“Spoorloos Verdwenen”), and Season 3 will be broadcast in January 2008 in prime-time on public network Nederland 1. Re runs of the Dutch police series are also airing now in Belgium, with Season 3 coming to Belgian screens in a few weeks.