Mere weeks after former SPT execs Julian Curtis and Ed Louwerse launched Lineup Industries, the Amsterdam based distribution company has forged a slew of output and content deals.
Lineup Industries has inked significant output deals with Sky High TV, Vorst Media and Tin Can, which will see the company represent the indies’ catalogue of programming. The company, helmed by Louwerse and Curits, has also closed content deals with Tuvalu Media, No Pictures Please, Noble Savage, CCCP and TV Mark, giving Lineup Industries international television rights to a wide-range of premium non-scripted content.
The raft of deals, which were hinted at when Lineup was launched earlier this month, comes ahead of MIPCOM, which kicks off in Cannes next month. Titles on Lineup Industries MIPCOM slate include Vorst Media’s Face Your Addiction; Tuvalu Media’s The First Years: School, Life, Everything; Noble Savage’s Dividing Line; and Sky High TV’s 100 Years of Wisdom and The Bully Project (pictured), which explores what life is really like for young victims of bullying.
“We founded Lineup Industries with a firm commitment to offering producers an experienced distribution partner with strong global relationships at all levels and on all platforms”, said Ed Louwerse, Co-Founder of Lineup Industries. “These deals are testament to our approach and we are very happy to be working with some of the most creative format and factual producers in the business as we prepare for the company’s first MIPCOM.”