The 1 x 90-minute The Club Of Ugly Children, and its 8 x 25-minute prequel series with the same title, has been sold to Rai in Italy, Swift in France, Vivarto in Poland, and other broadcasters including in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
Both are produced by Umami Media, EO and Shooting Star Film and tell the story of children starting an underground revolution, fighting against the president who wants to hide away all the "ugly" children to keep the schools neat and clean.
Lithuania's public broadcaster LRT, meanwhile, has acquired the 1 x 90-minute Jackie And Oopjen, which is produced by Column Film and Fiction Valley, and tells the story of the subject of a famous Rembrandt portrait comes to life to search for her sister, who lives in a different painting.
Beta Film has also closed a number of international deals for the 1 x 82-minute kids feature 100% Coco In New York, the follow-up to 100% Coco, following the story of a teenage fashion vlogger. The film was sold to Rai in Italy, Canal+ in France, Remstar Media Group in Canada, RSI in Switzerland, LRT in Lithuania and Vivarto and TVP in Poland.