MDA ramps up productions
Singapore - Media Development Authority of Singapore (MDA) has announced its first four-way co-production, between Singapore, France, Canada and Brazil, named Extinction.
The production partners are Singapore's Oak3 Films, France-based Frederic Lepage Concepts and Coyote Conseil, Brazil's Mixer and Canada's Greenspace Productions.
The announcement comes on the heels of Lonely Planet: Roads Less Travelled, MDA's upcoming production.
Extinction is a six-part documentary in high definition, featuring endangered species like Asian elephants, cheetahs, jaguars, orangutans, tigers and polar bears. It offers insights into the relentless processes involved in these disappearances and providing guidelines on how to avert such disasters.
This cross-platform property will deliver on various types of media, including global television, video-on-demand, mobile phones, books and user-generated content through Extinctions dedicated internet channel.
The programme will be broadcasted by France 5, High Fidelity HDTV (Canada), Radio Television Belge Francophone (Belgium) and distributed worldwide by Marathon International.
- Media Development Authority Singapore
- Oak 3 Films
- Coyote Conseil
- Frederic Lepage Concepts
- France 5
- High Fidelity HDTV
- Radio Television Belge Francophone
- Marathon International
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