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Upside Distribution Premieres Ø Gravity
& Announces Three Strategic Agreements
Astronaut Alexander Gerst
Upside Distribution will open its offerings for MIPDoc 2015 with the world premiere of Ø Gravity, the first documentary shot by ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst (Germany) and NASA astronaut Gregory Reid Wiseman (USA), on their first trip to space, on board the International Space Station (ISS). The film follows their training and their day to day life as they orbit above the earth with exceptional images shot inside the ISS. Ø Gravity screens today, and director and co-producer Jürgen Hansen and German astronaut Alexander Gerst will be at the event.
Ø Gravity, A Mission in Space
To boost its offerings to the international marketplace, Upside Distribution expands its portfolio of programming by entering into three strategic partnerships: with Oleo Films, Broadview Tv and C Productions/M6. From Oleo Films, close to 100 concerts by the best contemporary jazzmen, including Ibrahim Maalouf and Gregory Porter, are added to Upsidedown music catalogue; one of Germany's biggest independent producer of documentary films, Broadview Tv's catalogue includes the anticipated biographies of Angela Merkel and Frank Sinatra joins the company's offerings at MIPTV; and C Productions/M6 group's entire catalogue available for international distribution is now handled by Upsidedown Distribution.

Upside Distribution kicks off at MIPDoc pre-selling a number of documentary projects including Coach, Wild Alps, and The Seventh Continent.

The company is also rolling out three feature length documentaries for international distribution: Farewell My Teacher, produced by B2 Films (François-Xavier Demaison) which is due to be released by Disney in France; Suspended In Time, produced by La Vingt-Cinquième Heure, in which, for the very first time, a director has filmed a community of contemplative religious sisters in Bonneval Abbey; and Syria, Our Terrible Country, produced by Bidayyat, which relates the Syrian conflict through a powerful narrative that has received awards in festivals around the world.

About Upside Distribution
Upside Distribution is a part of Havas Productions - one of the growing production agencies in Europe combining audiovisual production and media expertise. With a dynamic and inspired team based in Paris, Upside Distribution is a key player in the international market enjoying a solid reputation in providing original, innovative and high quality programming to broadcasters and digital platforms around the world. At Upside Distribution we want to tell and provide stories with meaningful messages that question, irritate or entertain but never leave us indifferent. We innovate by teaming up with producers, looking for new collaborative models to deliver content, in order to respond to the international appetite for attractive, original and high-end programs. We tweet, like and link our networks, as we try to reinvent and to come up with new solutions of providing our catalogues to tomorrow's digital galaxy. We have the great privilege to work with exceptional creative minds in writing, journalism and production, and to bring their vision of the world to the global screen. Upside Distribution is a French company featuring a variety of cultures, backgrounds and experiences. Our DNA is naturally international but smartly peppered with the French touch. We love this game.

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