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Euro channels catch The Good Nazi

DMAX in Germany, TV4 in Sweden and TVNZ in New Zealand are among the channels to have picked up premium factual content from London-based production funding and distribution agency Drive.

The Good Nazi tells the story of Major Karl Plagge

UKTV in the UK, ZDF Info in Germany, Planète+ in France, RTI Mediaset in Italy, LRT in Lithuania, Foxtel in Australia and Viasat World in CEE and Scandinavia have all picked up The Good Nazi.

The 1×60’ doc tells the story of Major Karl Plagge, a Wehrmacht officer, engineer and Nazi Party member. After witnessing the Nazi destruction of the Jewish community in Vilnius, Plagge risked his position and life to save hundreds of Jews from the Vilna Ghetto, in the most unlikely of scenarios, echoing the Schindler’s List story.

The film was produced by multiple Emmy-winning Associated Producers in Canada for Vision TV.

Meanwhile, Discovery-owned DMAX, TV4 and TVNZ have all acquired the first season of Warship: Life at Sea (4×60’).

Produced by UK-based Artlab Films for Channel 5 in the UK, the observational docuseries was filmed over seven months and follows the 280-strong crew on board one of the most advanced warships of its kind, HMS Duncan.

Drive has also sold World’s Worst Flights (6×60’) to Fox Networks Group in Poland, TV2 in Norway, RTL in the Netherlands, Hubu Media in China, Discovery Turkey, TV2 in Denmark, TVNZ and Nippon TV in Japan.

Produced in partnership with Arrow Media for Channel 5 in the UK, the series sees passengers reveal what it’s like to endure the scariest things that happen in the skies, while expert analysis takes the viewer through each stage of the event.

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