Dream Street secures distribution for Sext Up Kids

The one-hour documentary is being sold internationally by Beyond Distribution, while the educational-market sales are being split between CBC Learning and U.S.-based Media Education Foundation.
Sext Up Kids

Dream Street Pictures has secured distribution deals for Sext Up Kids, a one-hour documentary on the hyper-sexualization of childhood.

Sydney, Australia-based Beyond Distribution has taken international sales rights for the documentary that was written and directed by Maureen Palmer and produced by Timothy Hogan and Rick LeGuerrier.

Meanwhile Northampton, Mass.-based Media Education Foundation is handling U.S. and world educational market sales, whereas CBC Learning has handling the Canadian educational sales.

The documentary which was produced in association with CBC Television with support of the Canada Media Fund, looks at how the internet and pop culture today pressure in particular young girls to be “sexy” before they even know what the term means.

Dream Street is located in Moncton, New Brunswick.