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Sundance Channel Makes TV Deal for Fox’s “Flying”

Sundance Channel Makes TV Deal for Fox's "Flying"

Sundance Channel has annouced a deal for the U.S. TV rights to Jennifer Fox‘s “Flying: Confessions of a Free Woman,” which is having its North American premiere at the Sundance Film Festival this week. The six-hour film, described as taking, “a personal documentary approach to being a woman in the 21st century,” will air as a six-part series next year. The film is an Easy Films presentation in association with Zohe Film Productions and was is produced by Claus Ladegaard and Jennifer Fox. A founder of Zohe Films, Fox directed the ten-hour documentary series “An American Love Story,” which debuted at Sundance in 1999 and later aired nationally on PBS. She was also executive producer of Brett Morgen and Nanette Burstein‘s “On The Ropes.” The deal was negotiated by Sundance Channel SVP of Acquisitions, Program Planning & Scheduling Christian Vesper on behalf of Sundance Channel with filmmaker Jennifer Fox on behalf of the film. [Eugene Hernandez]

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