ABC COMMERCIAL ADDS TO ARTS SLATE AHEAD OF CONTENT
After several large arts content deals completed with broadcasters and streaming platforms around the world, ABC Commercial has increased their arts slate.
And We Danced © ABC Commercial
'And We Danced' (HD 3x60’) explores the history of The Australian Ballet internationally recognised, constantly inspiring, delighting and challenging audiences through powerful ground-breaking performances, tracing the company’s dramatic journey over the past sixty years.
In addition, two intriguing documentaries are added. 'Finding the Archibald' (HD 3x60’). Art lover and actor Rachel Griffiths travels on a cultural and reflective romp through Australia’s most coveted and controversial arts prize and it’s 100-year history. 'Going Country' (HD2x60’) looks at the Australian country music scene which has surprisingly been at the cutting edge of social and cultural ideas.
'Getting Their Acts Together' (HD 1x60’) follows joint artistic directors Neil Armfield (Opera Australia & Sydney Theatre Company) and Rachel Healy (Sydney Opera House & Belvoir Street Theatre) in their most challenging year as they scour the globe to deliver the 2020 Adelaide Festival.
Sales Manager for Europe, Katherine McMillan said “The ABC has increased support of the arts during the pandemic with domestic funding which has increased our arts catalogue substantially. We’ve seen incredible demand from audiences looking to satisfy their love of theatre and the arts, so these fascinating documentaries have launched at the perfect time.”
ABC Commercial holds all worldwide distribution rights.
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