Syndicado inks digital distribution deal with Filmoption

The digital distributor has acquired U.S. rights to 30 hours of factual content, including American Tiger.

The Detail

Deals: eOne, Syndicado, Pro-Fun Media GmbH

Entertainment One has licensed its new female-fronted detective series The Detail (pictured) to France Television, plus more.

The Turkish Way

Deals: Syndicado, CMJ, Corus

Toronto’s Syndicado acquires 100 hours of factual content, CMJ partners with Bill James to develop a true crime series, and more.


Syndicado launches European film sales division

The Toronto-based digital distributor has also unveiled its slate of doc projects heading to IDFA in Amsterdam.

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Syndicado sells 40 hours of content to Popcornflix

The deal between the Toronto-based digital distributor and the U.S. streaming platform includes the culinary series Cake Walk.

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Focus 2015: Syndicado on digi distribution’s moving target

In the final edition of our Focus 2015 series, Syndicado’s Greg Rubidge discusses how his company is meeting the challenges of the rapidly shifting digital distribution landscape.


TIFF ’14: Syndicado picks up Robert Minervini trilogy

The director’s doc-fiction hybrid Stop the Pounding Heart is among the 10 films picked up by the digital distributor at TIFF. (From Stream.)

Candice Tells All

Deals: Tricon, Syndicado, levelFILM

Tricon inks a deal with Fusion Television, while levelFILM picks up the rights to About Alex. (Fusion Television’s Candice Tells All pictured)

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Why Syndicado likes working with Hulu

Syndicado president Greg Rubidge discusses the company’s latest deal with the U.S. streaming service.


Deals: Syndicado nabs doc, DHX licenses tween series

Toronto-based Syndicado acquires a new Liz Marshall doc, while Halifax’s DHX licenses a live-action tween series to the U.K.


Syndicado inks international distribution partnerships

The Toronto-based VOD aggregator and distributor has inked partnerships with Winnipeg’s Frantic Films, L.A.’s Level 33 Entertainment and Zurich’s First Hand Films to digitally distribute titles domestically and internationally.

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No Heart Feelings gets multiplatform release

The indie feature, which first had a domestic theatre run in 2010, is being released on iTunes and south of the border on the inDemand VOD service.