ASIA-PACIFIC, Japan, NEWS, South Korea, United Kingdom — 02/09/2012 12:12 AM

TVF International sells arts, history and environment docs in Asia

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UK factual distributor TVF International has sold several docs to the Far East (South Korea, Japan).

. South Korea’s newly launched Channel A will air two BBC documentaries on beauty in art “What is Beauty” (pictured) and “Ugly Beauty” (both 1×52′)

Discovery Asia has picked up Skyworks’ 23-part natural history series“The World From Above”.

. Japanese pubcaster NHK has bought “How to Start a Revolution”, which was produced by The Big Indy in association with Lion TV, and has also aired on Al Jazeera and Current TV in the UK.

SOURCES: TVF, C21Media

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