Beyond Rights unveils its fall list | Infrastructures | New
The documentaries Facing Monsters and Milked top the list, both 1 x 90 ‘. From sister company Beyond West, Red Eye Productions and Veerhuis Pictures, Facing Monsters delves deep into the psyche of free surfer Kerby Brown as he pursues the ultimate ferocious and deadly waves along the coast of his native Western Australia.
Milked is a topical investigative film, directed by young activist Chris Huriwai, which exposes what would be “laundering” New Zealand’s multi-billion dollar dairy industry. Featuring interviews with leading contributors such as Dr Jane Goodall, environmentalist and former actress Suzy Amis Cameron and Cowspiracy co-director Keegan Kuhn, Milked reveals the behind-the-scenes reality of the dairy farming fairy tale Kiwi. It reveals alarming information about the industry’s impacts on the environment and health, leading to the claim of a country on the brink of the world’s biggest food and agriculture disruption in history . The film shows what New Zealand and other countries can do to change their destiny.
Other flagship productions include The Costa Concordia: Why She Sank, a 2 x 60 ‘program from ITN Productions, will tell the story behind one of the greatest maritime disasters since the Titanic in great detail. Combining exclusive first-person accounts of survivors and rescuers with never-before-seen footage, graphic reconstruction and expert advice, the documentary series examines why it sank in January 2012 with the loss of 32 lives, what lessons should have been learned. be learned from previous disasters, and whether such a disaster could happen again.
Automotive meets science with the launch of Motor MythBusters (8 x 60 ‘), produced by Beyond Media Rights. Starring former MythBusters presenter Tory Belleci, along with sassy mechanic Faye Hadley and engineer extraordinary Bisi Ezerioha, the series delivers unknown facts and applies rigorous science to everything from Hollywood car stunts to everyday auto questions that make turning the gears of car owners and enthusiasts.
Explaining what the slate aimed to do, Connie Hodson, Head of Partnerships and Business Development at Beyond Rights said, “In a year that has seen both production interruptions and reduced commissions, we are thrilled to launch such a healthy slate this number of new producer partners for the Beyond Rights business, as well as the support of our existing partners with their successful comeback series.
“Premium factual is an important part of our business, so we are particularly proud to launch two new documentaries as compelling and intelligent as Facing Monsters and Milked. With a multitude of new opportunities in linear channels and a constant demand for SVOD platforms and powerful, in-depth stories, we are confident that these two remarkable and memorable films will easily find new homes in the international market this fall.