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Imira puts focus on Latin America at LA Screenings

Spanish production and distribution company Imira Entertainment, on the heels of making some changes to its executive sales group, has inked a number of deals across Latin America during this week's LA Screenings market.
May 17, 2013

Spanish production and distribution company Imira Entertainment, on the heels of making some changes to its executive sales group, has inked a number of deals across Latin America during this week’s LA Screenings market.

In Brazil, TV Escola has renewed its agreement for the first 26 episodes of Millimages’ Louie and has also acquired a further 13 episodes also for free TV. Brazil’s TV Cultura has picked up the 74-minute The Wish Fish and the 65-minute The Elf Who Stole Christmas. Rounding off the trio of specials picked up by the broadcaster is Stella and the Star of the Orient, a coproduction between Kinderfilm and ZDF.

Ecuador’s RTV has snapped up season one of the DQ Entertainment and ZDF Enterprises co-production The Jungle Book, seasons one and two of Wicked Science along with the 90-minute feature film, as well as a renewal for the IMPS/Peyo property The Smurfs, for Ecuador Free TV.

The Smurfs is also headed to KM Services in Panama as is Lucky Fred, an Imira Entertainment co-production in conjunction with Televisió de Catalunya and RAI Fiction.

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