First fiction partnership for the EBU (European Broadcasting Union, Philippe Jacot)

The EBU is the largest professional association of national broadcasters in the world. The Union has 74 active Members in 54 countries of Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, and 48 associate Members in 28 countries further afield. Founded in 1950, the Geneva-based Union works on behalf of its Members, negotiates broadcasting rights for major sports events, operates the Eurovision and Euroradio networks, organizes program exchanges, stimulates and coordinates coproductions, and provides a full range of other operational, commercial, technical, legal and strategic services to its Members. The EBU also works in close collaboration with sister unions on other continents.

18 public service broadcasters bought the TV movie rights

France 2 (France); BNT (Bulgaria); ERT (Greece); ETV (Estonia); LRT (Lithuania); MTV (Hongary); NRK (Norway); ORF (Austria); RUV (Iceland); RTBF et VRT (Belgium); RTP (Portugal); RTVSLO (Slovenia); SBS (Australia); STV (Slovakia);Teleac/NOT (Netherlands); TVE (Spain); TVP (Poland); YLE (Finland).