Archive for October, 2010

CRAZY COW goes to Hollywood

Friday, October 29th, 2010

CRAZY COW will be at the end of November in Hollywood to meet several studios and production companies to talk about the adapation of CRAZY COW programs in the US.

Programs presented will be a.o. the French series “Jeff & Leo”, the French movies “An original couple”, “A Ferrari for two”, “A villa for two” and the Spanish shortcoms “The Couple” and “Mamma Carlotta”.

CRAZY COW looks forward to present its programs to Hollywood !

SOPHIE PAQUIN sold to Russia and Ukraine

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

CRAZY COW has just sold the remake rights  of the Canadian series “Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin″ (52 x 60′/ Radio-Canada) to Ukraine and Russia.

The Ukrainian and Russian adaptations will be produced soon in Kyev and Moscow. Ukraine and Russia bought directly the 3 (!!!) first Seasons.

“Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin″is produced by Sphère Média Plus. Headquartered in the Montreal area (Canada)and lead by Jocelyn Deschènes, the production company is a major player on the television landscape, with over 720 episodes to its credit, or 550 viewing hours produced or under production, broadcast during prime time.

Very successfull Mipcom for CRAZY COW

Monday, October 11th, 2010

CRAZY COW is just back from Cannes and the Mipcom has proved to be very successfull. The Belgian police series “MPU -Missing Persons Unit” is now sold to more than 40 countries -  the Dutch drama series “Sisters de Wit” (Net5) will air soon again in France – the Dutch series “Vanished-Spoorloos verdwenen” (Nederland 1) is coming on NTV (Gazprom) in Russia – the Candian series “Sophie Paquin” will go to Ukraine and Russia – ,…

CRAZY COW inked also several deals to represent companies. CRAZY COW welcomes already its new clients and looks forward to work with them.

TRUE PULP MURDER soon in France

Friday, October 1st, 2010

RAZY COW has inked a deal with French Group Canal+ which has acquired the rights to the Canadian program “True Pulp Murder” (13 x 30′).

This crime series is produced by Make Believe Media Inc (Lynn Booth) for Canadian networks Global, Court TV, and Mystery

Canal+ will launch “True Pulp Murder” soon on its thematic channels.