Animism: People Who Love Objects is NATPE Budapest 2013 Hot Pick

Screen Shot 2013-07-19 at 5.58.10 PM(July 2013) Television Bureau International (TBI) features Real to Reel Productions Inc’s Animism: People Who Love Objects, as NATPE Budapest 2013 Hot Pick. 

Article excerpt (posted with permission)

Broadcasters on the look out for unusual documentaries for their dedicated strands should look no further that this Canadian 1x60mins/1x90mins programme. according to Nicky Davies Williams, CEO of its distributor, DCD Rights.

The doc follows five seemingly normal people who are sexually and mentally attracted to inanimate objects _ a condition known as Objectum-Sexuality. Among the subjects is a woman who was ‘married’ to the Eiffel Tower but is now ‘with’ the Berlin Wall, a British woman in love [with] the Statue of Liberty, and a [wo]man in love with a ferris wheel.

“This is just about the most comprehensive film on Objectum-Sexuality,” says Davies Williams. “What’s extraordinary is the articulate, high achieving kind of people they are. It’s essentially a humanist story, and about people on the edge of normality, which is where people are most interesting.” DCD Rights, the sales arm of UK-based production group DCD Media, will be seeking to place the doc with Latin American buyers at the market, and also expects it to do well in Scandinavia. A deal with an unnamed US channel is close to finalisation.

Animism: People Who Love Objects will air on Global/Shaw on September 28, 2013, at 8pm (EST).

Article source: TBI Vision (, June/July 2013

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