Blue Ant International Secures High Profile Pre-Sale Across Camp Zambia, Camp Sri Lanka Commissions and Other Love Nature 4K Original Content To National Geographic Channels International

Blue Ant International pre-sells 12 hours of 4K content from Love Nature’s Camp Zambia and Camp Sri Lanka productions; inks content license for Africa’s Hunters, Season 1 and 2 (12×60’4K); and boasts sales of an additional 20+ hours of Love Nature 4K programming for Nat Geo Wild in Japan

Two hippos caught fighting in Africa’s Hunters (12×60’4K+HD), a series from the celebrated Camp Zambia project

Cannes, France (October 17, 2017) Blue Ant International, a division of Blue Ant Media and world leaders in premium content, announces from MIPCOM today that it has pre-sold a package of premium 4K natural history content from Love Nature’s celebrated productions, Camp Zambia II and Camp Sri Lanka, to National Geographic. In addition, Blue Ant International has secured content licenses for Season 1 and 2 of Africa’s Hunters (12×60’4K) and inked a sales deal of over 20 hours of original Love Nature programming to Nat Geo WILD in Japan.

Blue Ant International’s pre-sales to National Geographic include Camp Zambia II’s, Africa’s Hunters, Season 3 (6×60’4K), which follows up on several characters from the camp, including a lion cub named the Misfit and Kamuti the leopard; Island of the Monsoon (4×60’4K), an epic sequel to Camp Zambia based in Sri Lanka focusing on leopards and elephants in the region; as well as Land of the Secret Bear (1×60’4K) and Operation Elephant (1×60’4K). In addition to the pre-buy, the distributor has licensed Africa’s Hunters, Seasons 1 and 2 (12×60’4K) to National Geographic.

National Geographic has also picked up Coastal Africa (4×60’4K+HD), Great Blue Wild (6×60’4K), Land of Gremlins (3×40’4K) and Undiscovered Vistas (8×60’4K) for Nat Geo WILD in Japan.

“With the largest 4K natural history offering on the market, Blue Ant International provides stunning character-driven wildlife series with never-before-seen behaviour using a new groundbreaking development and production model.” said Solange Attwood, SVP, Blue Ant International. “The breadth of storytelling and trusted relationship with National Geographic is evidenced in the volume of pre-sales and acquisitions commitments.”

Blue Ant International, a Blue Ant Media division, is a leading content distribution company with the largest slate of native 4K nature and wildlife content globally. Its diverse catalog of over 3,000+ hours includes award-winning factual, factual entertainment, lifestyle, reality, documentary series, high impact docs and blockbuster formats. With offices in the UK and Toronto, the company’s library includes Paranormal Survivor (Our House Media; 40×60’HD), Orangutan Jungle School (NHNZ; 10×60’4K), Haunted Case Files (Our House Media; 13×60’HD) and How The World Ends (CMJ Productions; 6×60’HD). Blue Ant International has operations out of Toronto (Canada) and London (UK).