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AFMA 10850 Wilshire Blvd., 9th floor Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 446-1000 Fax: (310) 446-1600 Booth: 2675; phone (504) 670-5320

Attending: John McKenna, director, membership development; Helen Lee Kim, coordinator, member services.

Academy Entertainment 59 Westminster Ave. Bergenfield, NJ 07621 (201) 385-8139 Fax: (201) 385-8196 E-mail: Booth: 3370

Attending: Alan Miller, president; Jeff Pescatello, sales.


Classic Movie Collection

"Parenting Life," all you wanted to know about parenting; 78 x 30 min.

"Independent Filmmaking," docu series with emphasis on minorities and women; 6 x 60 min.

"The Long Way Home," docu feature.

John Adams TV Solomon's Court Bournes Green Stroud Glos. GL6 8LY, U.K (44-1453) 885700 Fax: (44-1453) 885701 Booth: 1511-45

Attending: John Adams, director.


"The Future Is Wild," amazing journeys millions of years into the future in which these new worlds and their inhabitants are brought to life with the latest science, leading experts, and cutting edge computer graphics; 13 x 30 min. or 3 x 60 min.

"Dinosaurs of the Deep," series recreating these intriguing prehistoric animals and the environments in which they lived; 2 x 50 min.

"The Lizards of Oz," the dinosaurs of the Australian continent are brought to life using the latest CGI animation techniques; 60 min. spesh.

"Animal Alphabet," children's programming in which kids are encouraged to join in, sing and laugh at the antics of the animal kingdom; 26 x 3 min.

Adler Media 6849 Old Dominion Drive, Suite 360 McLean, VA 22101 (703) 556-8880 Fax: (703) 556-9288 E-mail: Booth: 3231

Attending: Larry Adler, president; Ingrid Enzelsberger, director intl. sales & acquisitions; Steve Abbott, manager, promotions & operations.


"The Unknown Peter Sellers," celebrates his rarely before seen early work in radio, television, British movies, and his U.S. television debut; 50 min.

"Dinner on the Diner," great trains of the world meet great chefs on a journey through exotic lands; 4 x 50 min.

"L.A. Air 5," horrendous traffic accidents and dangerous mountain rescues encountered by helicopter units in L.A.; 50 min.

"A Virus of Violence," asks the question, do violent movies and video games condition and train children to kill; 50 min.

Adrenaline Entertainment 4599 Forestview Drive Northbrook, IL 6062-1007 (847) 808-0171 Fax: (847) 808-1802

Attending: Duke Hillinger, exective producer; Reid Davis, executive vice president, sales and marketing; Glen Dixon, domestic sales; Cathy Rosch, marketing/operation; Robert Friedman, VP marketing/operations; Heather Tinddell, show host.


"Adrenaline TV," a hosted extreme sports magazine program. 26 x 30 min or 52-week deal.

Advantage Media Group 4298 Bright Bay Way Ellicott City, MD 21042 (410) 465-0532 Fax: (410) 992-8063 Booth: 3247

Attending: Michael P. du Monceau, president; LaLee D. du Monceau, VP sales & marketing.


"Wildlife in Motion," cinematographers capture the excitement of African and American wildlife; 5 x 30 min.

"FlikBaks," each episode highlights newsreel clips from entertainment, fashion, politics, world events and sports from 1929-1971; 42 x 30 min.

"Science Vision," space travel, cyberspace, nanotechnology are highlighted using 3-D animations and interviews with top names in science; 13 x 30 min.

"The Turtle Expedition World Tour -- Iceland Land of Fire and Ice," 60 min.

Adventure Line Prods. 39 rue de l'Est 92100 Boulogne Billancourt Cedex, France (33-1) 4186-1400 Fax: (33-1) 4110-9983 Booth: 911

Attending: Denis Mermet, CEO; Patrice Laurent, general manager; Kirsten Calteau, Maria Jaloux, export managers.


"The Desert Forges," contestants do battle with one another in a series of challenges and then unite in an effort to win the sacred trophy; 54 x 52 -75 min.

"Pirates, the Mission," gameshow in which three youngsters brave the challenges on a pirate galleon and bring the pirates' booty back to shore; 42 x 26 min.

Alliance Atlantis 121 Bloor St. E., Suite 1500 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4W 3M5 (416) 967-1174 Fax: (416) 960-0971 Booth: 675

Attending: Ted Riley, president, TV distribution; Marnie Sanderson, exec VP TV distribution; Sonja Mendes, managing director, TV distribution, Europe; Irene Read, managing director, TV distribution, Australasia; Maria Sanchez, director sales, Latin America & Spain, TV distribution L.A.; Jeff Lynas, director sales, U.S., TV distribution L.A.


"Nuremberg," led by an American attorney, the U.S., Great Britain, France & the U.S.S.R. joined forces for what was arguably the trial of the century; 4 x 60 min.

"Peter Benchley's Amazon," a commercial airliner crashes in the Amazon jungle where a small group of survivors begin the impossible search for a way out; 22 x 60 min.

"Beastmaster," in a mythical place when mortals were challenged by the unpredictable forces of nature, the capricious will of the gods and corrupt rulers, there arose a golden warrior named Dar; 22 x 60 min.

"Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict," set in the next millennium, aliens arrive on Earth to help the world solve its most pressing problems; 66 x 60 min.

American Champion Entertainment 1694 The Alameda, Suite 100 San Jose, CA 95126 (408) 288-8199 Fax: (408) 288-8098 Booth: LeMeridien Hotel

Attending: Joy Tashjian, president & CEO marketing group.


"Adventures With Kanga Roddy," focusing on issues that impact the youth of today and actively seeking to improve the emotional health of children ages 3-8 using emotional intelligence; 27 x 30 min.

America Video Film Virrey Loreto 2426 Buenos Aires, Argentina 1426 (54114) 7879098, fax (54114) 7879094 Booth: 3261 In New Orleans: (504) 670-5588

Attending: Enrique Maya, president; Freddie Hancock, VP acquisitions; Nicholas Bingham, adviser.


"Dark Stories," a collection of short theatrical films that explore the world of the unknown and supernatural. 52 x 15 mins.

"Safe," a thriller starring Julianne Moore as a woman whose environment turns against her. 1 x 120 mins.

Angel Films 967 Highway 40 New Franklin, MO 65274-9778 Phone and fax: (573) 698-3900 E-mail: Booth: 9250-Z; phone (504) 523-1776

Attending: William H. Hoehne Jr., chairman; Joyce L. Chow, CEO; Linda G. Grotzinger, VP, marketing & advertising; Matthew P. Eastman, VP production.


"Nemo," the 19th century Nemo travels the world trying to right wrongs; 22 x 30 min.

"Larson," retiring cop tries to solve one last case and his wife is killed as a result; 3 x 60 min.

"Uncle Daddy," a television producer inherits his newborn niece and all the problems that go with her; 24 x 30 min.

"The American Indian Fairy Tales," a Indian maiden marries a fairy prince against her fathers wishes; 60 min.

Antefilms Prods 2 rue de la Roquette 75011 Paris, France (33-1) 4314-7100 Fax: (33-1) 4314-7101 Booth: 911

Attending: Eric Garnet, producer, sales & co-productions; Christophe Di Sabatino, general manager.

Antena 3 TV Avda. Isla Graciosa s/n S. Sebastian de los Reyes Madrid 28700, Spain (34-91) 623-0875 Fax: (34-91) 623-0707 Booth: 564; phone (504) 670-5282

Attending: Juan Jose Nieto, general manager; Marco Fdez. de Araoz, intl. sales director; Marga Castro, head of sales; Ramon Pradera, programming director; Juan Riva, projects & new developments director; Francisco Diaz Ujados, entertainment director.


"Camino de Santiago," the adventures of a group of characters travelling to Santiago; 3 x 120 min.

"Ver Para Creer," extraordinary people acting in the most incredible ways; 13 x 90 min.

"Impacto TV," extreme situations and spectacular moments involving natural catastophes, car accidents etc; 52 x 30 min.

"El Patito Feo," series in which a team of make-up artists, stylists and hairdressers change the image of normal people; 13 x 90 min.

Artist View Entertainment 12500 Riverside Drive, Suite 201B North Hollywood, CA 91607 (818) 752-2480 Fax: (818) 752-9339 E-mail: Booth: 3279

Attending: Scott J. Jones, president; Thomas Emma, senior VP; Casey Waskiewicz, director sales; Marvinia Anderson, sales consultant.


"Playing Mona Lisa," a 23-year-old pianist's life suddenly falls apart when she is rejected by a prestigious piano competition; 95 min.

"Love & Action in Chicago," Eddie's live is complicated since he is a professional assassin for a government agency and now he has met a girl who is obsessed with him and nothing is going to get in her way; 95 min.

"Peril," a family finds itself in danger when an escaped killer threatens its existence; 90 min.

"Chasing Destiny," a daughter comes home to resolve past conflicts when she hears of her father's deteriorating health; 95 min.

Associated Television Intl. 6290 Sunset Blvd., 12th floor Hollywood, CA 90028 (323) 871-1340 Fax: (323) 469-6048 Booth: 2010

Attending: Paul Sharratt, CEO; David McKenzie, president; James Romanovich, senior VP; Glenn Aveni, VP, intl. sales; Roger Furman, VP, national sales; Rich Sagehorn, VP, TV syndication.


"World's Amazing Magic," 120 min.

"Dangerous Magic," the most death-defying feats in the world; 60 min.

"Greatest Moments of the Century," 6 x 60 min.

"Lords of the Mafia," an inside look at international organized crime from its beginning in America; 13 x 60 min.

Austrian Broadcasting Corp. Wuerzburggasse 30 A-1136 Vienna, Austria (43-1) 87878-14515 Fax: (43-1) 87878-12757 In New Orleans: Hotel Monteleone

Attending: Dr. Elfriede Hufnagl, head of sales & purchasing; August Rinner, head of film & series; Werner Taibon, head of program planning; Dr. Andrea Bogad, head of fictional series & TV movies.


"Christians in Syria," how Christians and Muslims co-exist peacefully, side-by-side, in Syria; 50 min.

"Women in India," program on the women of the lower castes in India, who have little chance of improving their fate as they are not allowed to attend school; 45 min.

"The Valley at the Border," a look at how the wildlife of the Thaya river is protected.

"Voices of God," Andre Heller gathered a hundred musicians from all over the world for a concert in Marrakesh; 60 min.


BBC Worldwide Americas 747 Third Ave. New York, NY 10017 (212) 705-9300 Fax: (212) 705-9344 Booth: 1511-01

Attending: Candace Carlisle, chief operating officer, BBC sales company; Mayra Bracer Vega, regional director, Latin America TV sales; Lisa Bryant, sales exec, Latin America TV sales; Melissa Green, director, co-production/sales; Susanna Pollack, director, co-production/sales; Jill Hawkins, VP library sales.


"The Blue Planet," the definitive natural history of the world's oceans; 8 x 50 min.

"S Club 7 in Miami," this comedy follows British teen pop sensation S Club 7 members as they take jobs as resident entertainers in a Miami hotel; 13 x 30 min.

"TOTP - (Top of the Pops)," the show is a mix of everything new in the charts; 52 x 30 min.

"Gormenghast," a drama of Mervyn Peake's bestselling fantasy novels; 4 x 60 min.

BKS Entertainment 250 W. 54th St., Suite 807 New York, NY 10019 (212) 765-5555 Fax: (212) 765-6840 Booth: 1861

Attending: Len Koch, chairman; Bob Silberberg, president & CEO; Bob Greenstein, senior VP sales manager.


"Double Cross," a promising artist about to graduate decides to forge two paintings by a world famous artist to save his brother from a heroin addiction, gambling and the Mafia; 22 x 60 min.

"Micronauts," animated series takes viewer to a world not of outer space, but of inner space; 26 x 30 min.

"Magnificent Ambersons," 4 x 60 min.

M. & L. Banks 330 Fifth Ave., Room 304 New York, NY 10001 (212) 563-5944 Fax: (212) 563-5949 Booth: 3350

Attending: Mitchell Banks, president.


"Exiles in Paradise," concert by world famous opera soprano Constance Hauman featuring songs of famous German composers in Hollywood exile.

"Pink Pumpkins at Dawn," torn from today's headlines, boy with gun terrorizes woman.

"The Woman in the Moon," three women find themselves at a yoga ranch.

"Postal Worker," goes beserk in post office.

BRB Intl. Autovia Fuencarral Alcobendas KM.12,220 28049 Madrid, Spain (34-91) 358-6080 Fax: (34-91) 358-9818 Booth: 731-E

Attending: Claudio Biern Boyd, president; Ignacio Orive, director of new business developments; Monica Iglesias, sales manager.


"Yolanda, the Daughter of the Black Corsair," animated series inspired by the pirate adventures written by Emilio Salgari; 26 x 30 min.

"Fantaghiro," animated series set in the Middle Ages concerning the magical world of a rebellious princess; 26 x 30 min.

"Teo," 15 new episodes of the series that introduces a variety of characters and situations which form part of a modern child's daily life; 26 x 30 min.

Baruch Entertainment 1025 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 1012 Washington, D.C. 20036-5417 (202) 833-1777 Fax: (202) 496-0162 Booth: 1816

Attending: Edwin C. Baruch, president; Steve Smallwood, VP marketing; Valerie Cooley-Elliott, director marketing; Angela Wilson, marketing exec.


"African Heritage Network's Movie of the Month."

"A Century of Black Cinema," the all-time African-American special celebrating the finest entertainers to grace the silver screen; 120 min.

"Brandy in Concert: A Holiday Special."

"Hispanic America 1999: The Year in Review."

Becker Intl. 11849 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 100 Los Angeles, CA 90064 (310) 478-5159 Fax: (310) 479-0617 Booth: 3271; phone (504) 670-5389

Attending: Russell Becker, CEO & president, Becker Entertainment; Ian Hogg, group general manager, Becker Entertainment; Stuart Scowcroft, head programming & development, Becker Entertainment; Charles Hannah, head intl. business development, Becker Entertainment; David LaFollette, president.


"The Path of the Dragon," examines how Bruce Lee influenced and set the precedent for today's action heroes.

"Bruce Lee: The Intercepting Fist," the story of Bruce Lee's life and how it related to television and film.

"No Spring Chickens," featuring a sporting event that brings more than 5,000 senior citizen athletes to the Australian Outback for friendly competition.

"Legends: An Australian Surfing Perspective," delves into the world of surfing.

Beckmann Intl. Meadow Court West Street Ramsey Isle of Man IM8 1AE, U.K (44-1624) 816585 Fax: (44-1624) 816589 Booth: 1511-25

Attending: Stuart Semark, CEO; Jo White, creative director.


"Jane Goodall: Reason for Hope," portrait of one of the world's most admired women; 55 min.

"Royal Families of the World," an exploration of the magic and majesty of the world's reigning royal families; 13 x 26 min.

"Exotic Islands," traveler's guide to the world's exotic islands; 52 x 24 min.

"Excalibur," live musical event concert performed in Brittany in October '99; 135 min.

Bellon Entertainment 250 W. 57th St., Suite 1414 New York, NY 10107 (212) 265-1222 Fax: (212) 265-7318 E-mail: Booth: 2202

Attending: Greg Bellon, head of sales.


"Extraordinary World of Animals," 35 x 30 min.

Beyond Distribution 53-55 Brisbane St., Surry Hills, NSW 2010 Australia (61-2) 9281-1266 Fax: (61-2) 9281-1153 Booth: 2883

Attending: Marena Manzoufas, general manager; Ellen Lovejoy, director sales; Paula Hawes, VP intl. sales U.S.A. & Latin America.


"The New Adventures of Ocean Girl," a children's series where Neri must locate the four life-giving crystals and unite all the planet's clans to save her water-covered planet of Oceana; 26 x 30 min.

"Halifax f.p.," a psychological super-sleuth who works as an expert witness into the workings of the human mind; 15 x 100 min.

"Stingers," reveals the shadowy world and ambiguous lives of undercover cops; 44 x 60 min.

"Doing Time," a docu-drama about real women behind bars; 11 x 30 min.

The Big Events Co. CSI House 177-187 Arthur Road London SW19 8AE, U.K (44-181) 946-0056 Fax: (44-181) 944-5710 Booth: 1511-37

Attending: Alex Fraser, director of sales & marketing; Emma Schweitzer, sales & marketing manager; Ciarren Littler, sales & marketing exec.


"Paul McCartney -- Live From the Cavern," concert spesh recorded live at the Cavern in Liverpool, where the Beatles began; 52 min.

"A Tribute to Bob Marley," concert recorded live on Golden Eye Beach, Jamaica, to coincide with Marley's death 25 years ago; 90 min.

"Spirit of the Dance," new Irish production that combines jazz, classical ballet and flamenco with a passionate storyline; 53 min.

"Sting Live in L.A. -- Brand New Day," concert from the Universal Amphitheater in L.A. that coincides with Sting's eagerly awaited new album; 90 min.

The Blum Group 494 Tuallitan Road Los Angeles, CA 90049 (310) 476-2229 Fax: (310) 471-8659 E-mail: Booth: 3323

Attending: Harry N. Blum; Suzanne Blum; Amanda Zolper.


"Xtreme Sky Sports Series -- Over the Edge," taking risks to the edge, no second chances; 26 x 24 min.

"A Millennium of Auto Racing," 15 x 60 min or 8 x 60 min or 120 min.

"Chrono -- The Weekly Motor Racing Program," 52 x 26 min.

"Out of the Blue," cult classic about teenage rebellion in the punked out '80s.

British Movietonews Denham Media Park North Orbital Road Denham UB9 5HQ, U.K (44-1895) 837148 Fax: (44-1895) 834893 Booth: 1511; phone (504) 670-8256

Attending: Barry Florin, managing director.


"Kids Shmooptone News," set in an Art Deco movie theater, 3-D animated character, "The Shmoop," presents wonderful archive animal stories for children to the audience of Shmoops; 13 x 6 min.

"World War II The Complete History," factual and easy to follow narrative of the war for the international market; 13 x 60 min.

"Vietnam: The Two Wars," two documentaries dealing with the American and French wars, pointing out the remarkable similarities between both conflicts; 2 x 60 min.

Buena Vista Intl. TV 3 Queen Caroline St. Hammersmith London W6 9PE, U.K. (44-181) 222-1000 Fax: (44-181) 222-1528 Booth: 575

Attending: Fernando Barbosa, VP sales, Latin America; John Begert, creative director, Latin America; Sophia Evans, VP sales, Asia Pacific; Simon Kenny, senior VPP & managing director, Latin America; Donna O'Brien, director, client services, Canada; Orest Olijnyk, VP sales, Canada.


"Wonderland," looks at the lives of the people who work and strive to cope in the most renowned psychiatric hospital, Bellevue; 8 x 60 min.

"Clerks," animated series about a clerk in the neighborhood convenince store and his equally unmotivated buddy next door; 6 x 30 min.

"Talk to Me," a comedy set in the world of New York talk radio; 6 x 30 min.

"Brutally Normal," a drama about three high school friends and their innermost fears and concerns; 60 min. & 7 x 30 min.

Buena Vista TV 500 S. Buena Vista St. Burbank, CA 91521-0117 (818) 560-5067 Fax: (818) 563-2178 Booth: 575

Attending: Janice Marinelli, president; Tom Cerio, exec VP sales; Howard Levy, exec VP ad sales; Jim Packer, senior VP general sales manager, West; Jim Engleman, senior VP ad sales; Sal Sardo, senior VP marketing.


"The Ainsley Harriott Show," a talkshow in a kitchen; daily x 60 min.

"Roger Ebert & the Movies," 30 min.

"Martial Arts Masters I," a selection of nine films starring the internationally know martial arts superstars.

"Disney's New True-Life Adventures."


CBC Intl. P.O. Box 500, Station A Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5W1E5 (416) 205-3500 Fax: (416) 205-3482 Booth: 1442

Attending: Criss Hajek, director Intl. co-productions, sales & acquisitions; Susan Hewitt, head of sales & new business development, London; Michelle Payne, senior sales exec; Janice Russell, sales exec; Sandra Sarciada-Naughton, head of sales, L.A.; Jennifer Stewart, sales exec.


"Karen Kain -- Dancing in the Moment," 60 min.

"Shrinking Bears of Hudson Bay," looks at the effect of global warming on polar bears; 16 min.

"Blood on the Coal," a look back at the Springhill Mine disaster; 60 min.

"The Nature of Things -- Race for the Future," 90 min.

CBS Broadcast Intl. 51 W. 52nd St. New York, NY 10019 (212) 975-8585 Fax: (212) 975-7452 Booth: 975; phone (504) 670-5350

Attending: Armando Nunez, Jr.; president; Barry Chamberlain, VP sales; Scott Michels, VP sales operations & administration; Anne Hirsch, managing director, Europe; Yuet-fung Ho, managing director, Asia; Stephanie Pacheco, managing director, Latin America & Caribbean.


"The Latin Grammy Awards."

"Judging Amy;" weekly x 60 min.

"City of Angels," exploring the personal and professional lives of the people who run an urban hospital struggling to stay afloat; weekly x 60 min.

"Grapevine," follows the intertwined lives and loves of a group of young single residents of Miami; weekly x 30 min.

CDC United Network 40 rue Souveraine 1050 Brussels, Belgium (32-2) 502-6640 Fax: (32-2) 502-6656 Booth: 800

Attending: Alexandre Lippens, managing director; Maximilian Weiner, intl. sales & new business director; Sebastian Lami Dozo, sales exec; Barbara Rodriguez, traffic & marketing coordinator.


"Mir," documentary on the life and times of the Russian space station, Mir; 55 min.

"The Triplets," 13 new episodes concerning three girls who find themselves constantly entangled with the Bored Witch, whose main pleasure in life is playing tricks on them; 65 x 26 min.

"Juanito Jones," the adventures of a 7-year-old boy who imagines he's like Indiana Jones; 26 x 26 min.

"Miniman," animated series about a superhero who fights on behalf of children; 26 x 10 min.

CLT-UFA Intl. 45 Boulevard Pierre Frieden L-1543 Luxembourg (352) 42142-3935 Fax: (352) 42142-3771 Booth: 2675; phone (504) 670-5320

Attending: Katja Jochum, head of German acquisitions & sales; Nathalie Biancolli, sr. intl. sales executive; Olaf Wiehler, acquisitions & sales exec. German market.


"The Adventures of Papyrus," a young fisherman and the daughter of the Pharoah, defend the ancient kingdom of Egypt with a magic sword; 52 x 26 min & 70 min. pilot.

"One Step Too Far," a blind young heiress fights to regain her sight whilst seeking control of the family company from her treacherous husband; 90 min.

"A Big Job," for two crooks, the perfect crime spirals tragically out of control and turns into the perfect murder; 2 x 90 min; 2 x 60min. or 92 min. movie.

"On Thin Ice," committing murder is one thing, getting away with it is another; 90 min. movie.

"Like a Fish Out of Water," a femme fatale and two conmen enlist a mild-mannered dork in their mission to steal a rare and valuable fish; 83 min. movie.

CNN Newsource Sales One CNN Center P.O. Box 105366 Atlanta, GA 30348-5366 (404) 827-5032 Fax: (404) 827-4466 Booth: 2075; phone (504) 571-7400

Attending: Susan Grant, president; Meade Camp, senior VP; John Lee, senior VP sales; Jonathan Katz, VP marketing.


"CNN Newsource," comprehenseive news feed service.

"Daily News From Entertainment Weekly."

"Parenting," timely information on family and children's issues energized by recent headlines.

"Mrs. Fixit," tackles the small problems that everyone has in and around their homes.

CTVC Hillside Studios Merry Hill Road Bushey Herts WD2 1DR, U.K (44-20) 8950-4426 Fax: (44-20) 8950-6694 Booth: 1511-02

Attending: Ann Harvey, head of acquisition & distribution; Sue Bird, sales manager.


"Bethlehem Year Zero," series presenting the good news of Christmas week as if it were happening now; 6 x 13 min. 30 sec.

"My Generation," story of the generation of British people that grew up in darkness and the fear of war; 3 x 50 min.

"The Lullaby Lady," Pat Carfra leads a parenting class through various songs, teaching mums and dads to sing, hum and even whistle to their children; 30 min.

"Crossing Rome," the impact that the Cross and the faith it generated had on early Christians in Rome; 26 min.

CTW Intl. Television Group One Lincoln Plaza New York, NY 10023 (212) 595-3456 Fax: (212) 875-6108 Booth: 227

Attending: Gary Knell, exec VP, chief operating officer, president/CEO-elect; Sherrie Rollins Westin, exec VP marketing, communications & research; Joe Diaz, group president, products & intl. TV; Martha Van Gelder, regional VP, Asia, Latin America; Renee Mascara, associate VP intl. TV; Kerry Novick, director, marketing & program development, Asia, Americas.


"Dragon Tales," animated fantasy adventure encourages children to approach new experiences with confidence; 40 x 30 min or 80 x 15 min.

"Tiny Planets," educational series introduces children to the world of science; 65 x 5 min.

"Sesame English," introduces children and their families to the English language, common expressions, vocabulary and American culture; 52 x 15 min.

"Fred the Wonder Dog," incorporates puppets, songs, live-action field trips and animated adventures to help make learning fun; 40 x 30 min.

Cable ready Corp. One Dock St., Suite 502 Stamford, CT 06902 (203) 425-2136 Fax: (203) 425-2140 E-mail: Booth: 1538

Attending: Gary Lico, president-CEO; Virginia Egan, VP operations; Susan Ireland, manager finance.


"Wildlife Detectives," agents of the National Wildlife Health Center who solve real wildlife mysteries that affect our planet's delicate ecosystem; 13 x 30 min.

"The Genocide Factor," highlights the history of religious and ethnic prosecution through the ages to modern times; 4 x 60 min.

"The Jet Age," people, technology, world events and brilliant business minds that shaped the world through the development of the commercial jet; 5 x 60 min.

"Shriners Hospital," a report on children's health research; 13 x 60 min.

Cambium Releasing 18 Dupont St. Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5R 1V2 (416) 964-8750 Fax: (416) 964-1980 E-mail: Booth: 237

Attending: Arnie Zipursky, exec producer & chairman; David Piperni, director of sales; Dean Oros, sales exec; Paula McLaren, distribution assistant.


"Shift TV," a series that tells you some of the intriguing stories of this uncharted World Wide Web and helps the viewer make sense of it all.

"It's Your Life, Live It!," energetic hosts and motivational speakers show you how to get the most out of life, love and relationships in a fun and interesting way; 13 x 30 min.

"Wine TV," a series about one of life's oldest pleasures, a fine glass of wine; 13 x 30 min.

"Casting Shadows," this series examines the history and art of fly-fishing while visiting some of the best places in Canada to enjoy a fly-fishing vacation; 6 x 30 min.

Canal Plus Distribution/Canal Plus Image Intl. 6 Boulevard de la Republique 92514 Boulogne Billancourt Cedex, France (33-1) 4610-1200 Fax: (33-1) 4610-1220 Booth: 1830

Attending: Belinda Menendez, exec VP, intl.; Pierre Weisbein, VP sales, Canal + U.S; Glasia Whang, sales manager, Canal + U.S.; Merry Mullings, director of children's & youth programming; Pascale Josse, sales manager.


"Young Blades," the four Musketeers as teenagers battling to ensure peace between the kingdoms of France and Spain; 90 min. feature.

"Kings & Queens," animated series concerning the outrageous, first-ever adventures of famous kings and queens that have always been left out of fairy tales; 65 x 5 min.

"Animal Rescue Kids," the adventures of four kids who devote their extracurricular energy to helping animals in need; 39 x 26 min & 70 min. spesh.

Canamedia Prods. 1670 Bayview Ave., Suite 408 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4G 3C2 (416) 483-7446 Fax: (416) 483-7529 e-mail: Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5204

Attending: Les Harris, president-CEO; Michele Dal Cin, intl. sales & acquisitions exec; David Jackson, VP distribution, North America.


"The Router Workshop," this series shows amateur woodworkers how to produce professional looking wood projects; 92 x 30 min.

"The Directors," an exploration of films, ideas and motivations of some of the great filmmakers in the industry today; 11 x 60 min.

"Pet Friends," this series is devoted to pets featuring your pet's health, nutrition, effective training, breed characteristics and more; 39 x 30 min.

"Nice Fish," captures real people having fun fishing, as well as enjoying the natural beauty that surrounds each location; 26 x 30 min.

Carlton America 27111 Ventura Blvd., Suite 300 Studio City, CA 91604 (818) 753-6363 Fax: (818) 753-6388 Booth: 2320; phone (504) 670-5260

Attending: Stephen J. Davis, president & CEO; Gary Goldberger, exec VP; Linda Ross, senior VP, finance & administration; Jeri Sacks, VP, sales; Clare Alter, VP, U.S. sales; Corie VanDeutenkom, director, intl. sales.


"Price of Beauty," two small town girls venture to the glamorous city for a chance at fame and fortune; 91 min.

"Take Me Home: The John Denver Story;" 91 min.

"Santa and Pete," follows the travels of an older man named Nicholas and his younger side-kick Pete as they encounter and brighten the lives of people along the way; 91 min.

"Thrill Seekers," a newspaper man writing stories about the major disasters of the 20th century discovers the same man appears in photographs of each disaster; 120 min.

Carlton Intl. 35-38 Portman Square London W1H ONU, U.K (44-20) 7224-3339 Fax: (44-20) 7612-7290 Booth: 2320

Attending: Rupert Dilnott-Cooper, managing director; Louise Sexton, director of sales; Clare Alter, Jeri Sacks, VPs, US sales; Stephen J. Davis, president & CEO, Carlton America.


"The Vice," hard-hitting drama set in the vice unit of the metropolitan police in London; 4 x 120 min. or 8 x 60 min.

"Hitler and Stalin -- The Pathology of Power," psychological dual biography of two tyrannical men who reached absolute power; 60 min.

"The Last Polar Bears," animated Christmas spesh based on the award-winning book written by Harry Horse; 60 min.

"The Thing About Vince," series concerning a self-employed builder, whose marriage is put under strain when his wife discovers that he chatted with a hotel waitress whilst on a golfing holiday; 6 x 30 min.

Carsey-Werner Domestic TV Distribution 4024 Radford Ave., Building 3 Studio City, CA 91604 (818) 655-5332 Fax: (818) 655-6359 Booth: 1875; phone (504) 670-5600

Attending: Stuart Glickman, VP-CEO; Bob Raleigh, president; Marcy Carsey, Tom Werner, co-chairpersons; Bob Debelko, exec VP-CEO; Dirk W. van de Bunt, exec VP & business & legal affairs.


"3rd Rock From the Sun," explores the human condition as seen through the eyes of four beings visiting Earth; 119 x 30 min.

"Cosby," about a man whose life is turned upside down when he finds himself a victim of corporate down-sizing; 96 x 30 min.

"Cybill," series that follows the acting career and personal life of Cybill living in natural disaster-prone L.A.; 87 x 30 min.

"Roseanne," 222 x 30 min.

Carsey-Werner Intl. 4024 Radford Ave., Building 3 Studio City, CA 91604 (818) 655-5492 Fax: (818) 655-8548 Booth: 1875; phone (504) 670-5600

Attending: Herb Lazarus, president.


"3rd Rock From the Sun."


"That '70s Show."

"God, the Devil & Bob."

Sandra Carter Prods. 230 W. 79th St., Suite 102 New York, NY 10024 (212) 246-4765 Fax: (212) 246-4953 Booth: 2621

Attending: Sandra Carter, president; Lou Miles, director sales; Deedle Rodriguez, production coordinator.


"Walk a Mile in My Shoes," the 90-year journey of the NAACP; 60 min.

"Rapmania," the ultimate hiphop gathering simulcast from L.A. and New York featuring the legends of rap and hiphop music; 120 min.

"Jesus: The Man of Nazareth," historical docu; 60 min.

"Fitness Beach," an all-female training crew that goes through fitness exercises and techniques that can be done at home; 30 x 52 min.

Castle Hill Prods. 1414 Ave. of the Americas, Suite 1502 New York, NY 10019 (212) 888-0080 Fax: (212) 644-0956 Booth: 2417

Attending: Mel Maron, president, marketing & distribution; Milly Sherman, VP; Barbara Karmel, VP, TV sales; Arthur Schweitzer, intl. VP; Stephen Hadden, director advertising & publicity.


"Blue Miami," a series about a Florida jazz club owned by an ex-cop turned private detective.

"The Last Tattoo," an American Marine captain investigates the murder of one of his soldiers during WW II.

"The Slipper and the Rose," musical version of Cinderella.

"Hammers Over the Anvil," a 14-year-old motherless youth befriends an aristocratic Englishwoman and her much younger love interest during the summer of 1910.

Catalyst Distribution 67 Mowat Ave. Suite 200 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K 3E3 (416) 533-6767 Fax: (416) 533-2070 E-mail: Booth: 1031

Attending: Charles Falzon, CEO, catalyst; Jill Keenleyside, VP, group head of distribution; Stephen Kelly, head of intl. sales.


"Eckhart," family animated series.

"The True Meaning of Crumbfest," the tale of Eckhart on a quest to discover the truth behind the annual appearance of crumbs at his farmhouse dwelling; 30 min.

"The Adventures of Captain Pugwash," an entertaining pirate and his motley crew of incompetent sea dogs set sail on their mighty adventures; 52 x 10 min.

"Avventura, Journeys in Italian Cuisine," 26 x 30 min.

Channel 4 Intl. 124 Horseferry Rd London, SW1P 2TX, U.K. (44-171) 396-4444 Fax: (44-171) 396-8363 Booth: 1219

Attending: R. Bernard Macleod, managing director; Barbara Bellini-Witkowski, director sales & rights investment; Gayle Gilman, director co-productions & programming; Matthew Gee, director strategy, marketing & operations.


"Cinderella -- The Movie," 90 min.

"Escape From Colditz," the most impregnable POW camp in the whole of Germany and yet over 300 men managed to escape from 1940 to 1945; 3 x 52 min.

"Bruce Lee - Tale of the Dragon," the first British documentary made about the legendary martial arts master whose films both spawned a genre and redefined the way the world saw the sport; 52 min.

"Shockers," a new generation of horror stories; 3 x 52 min.

Chatsworth TV Distribs 97-99 Dean Street London W1V 5RA, U.K (44-171) 734-4302 Fax: (44-171) 437-3301 Booth: 1511-26

Attending: Halina Stratton, director; Sital Haria, sales & acquisitions manager.


"Banger's & Cash," spesh on what the police in Miami do with goods confiscated from criminals; 30 min.

"The Secrets of the Dead Sea Scrolls," program on Israel's most precious archaeological exhibit, which have been restored and filmed for the first time ever; 52 min.

"Battlefield," the definitive history of the decisive battles of WWII; 12 x 60 min.

"Kidding Around," animated cartoon series featuring some of the funniest playground jokes told and illustrated by children; 51 x 1 min.

ChumCity Intl. 299 Queen St. West Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5V 2Z5 (416) 591-1604 Fax: (416) 591-1757 Booth: 330;

Attending: Moses Znaimer, president, exec producer; Stephen Tapp, VP & general manager; Victor Rodriguez, director of business development; Jacques de Suze, director station development; Mary Powers, VP communications & marketing; Victoria Valius, sales manager.


"n3tv," delves into what the makers of the 21st century are offering in design, technology, media, science, spirituality and art; 26 x 30 min.

"Startv," energetic glimpse into the lives, loves and lifestyles of actors, comedians, musicians, politicians, athletes and dealmakers that power our star system; 30 x 30 min.

"Originals in Space," this series gathers those challenging and disturbing leaders who have made distinctive contributions in the area of space and the imagination; 6 x 30 min.

"Egos & Icons: Ricky Martin," an in-depth special which delves beneath the surface of music's hottest new star; 60 min.

Chrysalis Distribution The Chrysalis Building Bramley Road London W10 6SP, U.K (44-171) 465-6274 Fax: (44-171) 221-6286 Booth: 1511

Attending: Christina Willoughby, managing director; Robyn Hurd, sales exec; Elena Mejia, sales & marketing exec.


"Close Contact," in imminent danger, a woman is forced to put her life in the hands of an ex-SAS professional bodyguard; 100 min.

"Forbidden Journey," thriller based on Peter James' bestselling novel set in the chilling world of genetic engineering; 2 x 90 min.

"Trust," thriller concerning a female criminal lawyer who suddenly finds herself defending her husband on trial for murder; 2 x 90 min. or 3 x 60 min.

"Midsomer Murders III," series based on the award-winning Inspector Barnaby novels by mystery writer Caroline Graham; 13 x 100 min.

"Airport IV," a behind-the-scenes portrait of life at Heathrow, the world's busiest airport; 48 x 30 min.

CineGroupe 1151 Alexandre-DeSeve St. Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2L 2T7 (514) 524-7567 Fax: (514) 524-7354 Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5213

Attending: Jacques Pettigrew, president-CEO; Bill Gray, exec VP; Ken Katsumota, senior VP, children & family programming; Derek McGillivray, exec VP distribution & development; Marie-Claude Beauchamps, VP development; Marie-Christine Duflour, VP communications.


"Mega Babies," animated series featuring three super-powered, still-in- diapers orphans who proceed to do battle with the many evil menaces lurking throughout the universe; 26 x 22 min.

"Lion of Oz and the Badge of Courage," animated feature film; 72 min.

"Kit & Kaboodle," children's imagination finds the freedom to look for ways to creatively solve problems; 26 x 13 min. or 13 x 26 min.

CineTel Rims 8255 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046-2432 (323) 654-4000 Fax: (323) 650-6400 Booth: 2675; phone (514) 670-5230

Attending: Judy Gold, VP intl. TV.


"Chain of Command," secret service agents must retrieve the briefcase that allows the President complete control of America's nuclear arsenal, resuce the President, and save the lives of millions from massive destruction; 90 min.

"Militia," when deadly anthrax missiles are stolen, an army group determined to overtake the government must go undercover and join the group to save the country from disaster.

"Green Sails," a young man joins a band of crusaders when he realizes that his corporation is jeopardizing the lives of innocent people for additional profit.

"Graham Kerr's Gathering Place," an internationally renowned chef shows how to set a creative table to host family and friends; 130 x 60 min.

La Cinquieme 8 rue Marceau 92785 Issy-Les-Moulineaux Cedex 9, France (33-1) 4146-5555 Fax: (33-1) 4108-0222 Booth: 911; phone (504) 670-6363

Attending: Anne Charbonnel, sales manager; Ann Julienne, acquisition manager.


"The Clown and the Funny Man," using the clowns as tour guides, we will travel through 200 years of laughing; 52 min.

"The Food Challenge," just before the third millennium, can nature meet the human need for food; 52 min.

"Drug Addiction," a look at the different types of drugs and the steps taken to allow clear and unbiased information to reach the public in an attempt to prevent mis-usage by adolescents; 15 x 13 min.

"Passions of Children," series looking at the emotional and creative world of the child aged between 6 and 14; 6 x 26 min.

Columbia TriStar Intl. TV 10202 W. Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 (310) 244-8532 Fax: (310) 244-1874 Booth: 1461

Attending: Michael Grindon, president; John Migicovsky, president, Columbia Tristar Media Group of Canada; John McMahon, exec VP & managing director, Europe; Jon Petrovich, exec VP intl. channels; William Pfeiffer, exec VP & managing director, Asia; Jack Ford, managing director & senior VP, Australia.


"Falcone," a tale of a federal agent whose undercover life inside the mob places him in danger every day; 9 x 60 min.

"Ripley's Believe It or Not," 22 x 60 min.

"Secret Agent Man," a covert government group is in the shadowy world of international espionage; 13 x 60 min.

"The Beach Boys: An American Family," this miniseries chronicles the band's decades of performing in the public spotlight; 4 x 60 min.

Columbia TriStar TV Distribution 10202 W. Washington Blvd. Culver City, CA 90232 (310) 244-4000 Fax: (310) 244-2626 Booth: 1475

Attending: Barry Thurston, president; Steve Mosko, exec VP sales; Russ Kraasnoff, exec VP programming; David Munford, exec VP planning & operations; Chris Kager, exec VP advertiser sales & marketing; Paul Nichols, VP media & talent relations.


"Sheena," ongoing battle against forces that threaten both nature and man; 22 x 60 min.

"Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus," a multi-topic format centering on male and female viewpoints on everyday issues; 195 x 60 min.

Comedy Central 1775 Broadway, 11th floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 767-8840 Fax: (212) 767-8610 E-mail: Booth: 861

Attending: Bill Hillary, general manager; Michele Ganeles, VP of programming; Susan Hummel, director acquisitions; Catherine Comte, VP intl.; Graunya Holsen, manager intl.


"South Park," 65 x 30 min.

"Upright Citizens Brigade," 30 x 30 min.

"Strangers With Candy," 20 x 30 min.

"VS," 65 x 30 min.

Compass Intl. TV Distribution 33 Axsmith Crescent Willowdale, Ontario, Canada M2J 3K2 (416) 496-0636 Fax: (416) 496-8483 E-mail. Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5204

Attending: Patricia Scarlett, president; Ron Goetz, CEO.


"Men on Women," a panel of regular guys and celebrity guests who answer frank questions about women and relationships; 26 x 30 min.

"Jerusalem Syndrome," about the bizarre psychiatric disturbance of several tourists when they visit the holy and argued landscape of Jerusalem; 60 min.

"Entertainers," host interviews top Hollywood talents in the magazine series; 135 x 60 min.

"La Bottine Souriante," a folk music group performing their enjoyable and happy music; 60 min.

Coral Pictures 4380 NW 128th St. Miami, FL 33054 (305) 688-7475 Fax: (305) 685-5697 Booth: 1131

Attending: Marcel Granier, president-CEO; Antonio Paez, exec VP & general manager; Guadalupe D'Agostino, Jose Escalante, VPs intl. sales; Xavier Aristimuno, VP intl. sales Asia Pacific; Irene Delano, promotion & sales support director.


"Mariu," a story of obsessive persecution, frustration, passion and desire; 120 x 60 min.

"Carita Pintada," a story of a young girl's love and happiness in the midst of betrayal and disillusionment; 120 x 60 min.

"Mujer Secreta (Secret Woman)," a beautiful woman is trapped in an abusive marriage and struggles to find herself love and happiness; 120 x 60 min.

"Luisa Fernanda," a spoiled girl used to getting everything she wants learns she will have to pay a price for love; 120 x 60 min.

Creative Light Entertainment 8383 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 212 Beverly Hills, Ca 90211 (323) 658-9166 Fax: (323) 658-9169 Booth: 2675; phone (504) 670-5320

Attending: Scott Zakarin, partner; Rich Tackenberg, partner; Peter Jaysen, partner; Ted Chalmers, head of sales; Ray Haboush, sales.


"The Adventures of Cinderella's Daughter," Cindy yearns to be like every other teenager and with the help of her fairy god-brother she just might get her wish; 75 min.

"You're Killing Me," about three girls who seek revenge on the irredeemable men in their lives; 90 min.

"Foreign Correspondents," two unconventional love stories begin with a lonely young girl who responds to postcards addressed to a dead woman; 102 min.

"Sammyville," a beautiful social worker discovers the dark secrets of a backwoods town where one man is judge, jury and executioner; 103 min.

Crescent Entertainment 757 Third Ave., 2nd floor New York, NY 10017 (212) 308-1790 Fax: (212) 308-1791 Booth: 961

Attending: Tony Brown, president.


Movie Package, Director's Cut 1.

Movie Package, Director's Cut 2.

Cromosoma Peru 174 08020 Barcelona, Spain (34-93) 2664266 Fax: (34-93) 2664014 Booth: 731-N

Attending: Oriol Ivern, president; Sergi Reitg, managing director; Judit Foz, Mireia Gusi, sales assistants.


"Miniman," animated series about a superhero who teaches children how to handle worrisome situations by themselves; 26 x 10 min.

"Juanito Jones," a young boy uses his imagination as a fantastic vehicle to take him on wild adventures in amazing places; 52 x 13 min. or 26 x 26 min.

"240 the First Hero of the Third Millennium," a cynical and fun view of how our lives can be altered by the deep social, economic and cultural changes presently taking place in the world; 26 x 13 min. or 13 x 26 min.

"The Triplets," when the triplets do something wrong, the Bored Witch punishes them by sending them into a fairy tale; 65 x 30 min. animated series.

Cumulus Distribution Sanctuary House 45-53 Sinclair Road London W14 ONS, U.K (44-171) 300-6624 Fax: (44-171) 300-6529 Booth: 1511

Attending: Clarissa Alvarez Hoey, director of sales; Nicola Andrews, sales exec.


"The Tribe -- Series I & I1," teen soap set in a land where civilization has ceased to exist and the children have to re-build society in their own image; 104 x 30 min. or 52 x 48 min.

"William Shatner's A Twist in the Tale," anthology series based on the supernatural and paranormal; 30 x 26 min. or 15 x 52 min.

"The Adventures of the Swiss Family Robinson," drama series; 30 x 30 min.

"The Legend of William Tell," William Tell and his band of freedom fighters roam the forgotten land; 16 x 60 min. or 32 x 30 min.


DCM Documedia Heckenstallerstr. 22 D-85354 Freising, Germany (49-8161) 230005 Fax: (49-8161) 230006 Booth: 3349

Attending: Herbert Koch, general manager; Federico Edelberg, project development.


"The Killer Whales of Johnstone Strait," documentary on Orca whales; 50 min.

"Main Street," after his grandpa is assassinated before his eyes, a man joins forces with his fellow Main Street merchants in a quest to save their town; 103 min.

DLT Entertainment 31 W. 56th St. New York, NY 10019 (212) 245-4680 Fax: (212) 315-1132 Booth: 638; phone (504) 670-5482

Attending: John Fitzgerald, CEO; Don Taffner Jr., Jeff Cotugno, VPs; Nigel Emery, VP intl. sales; Jennifer Buzzelli, VP sales; Kelly Potts, sales representative.


"Clara Bow: Discovering the `It' Girl," docu. 60 min.

"Decorating Challenge," two teams each give a room a new look; 13 x 30 min.

"House & Home," touring some of the most beautiful homes in North America and giving step by step advice on decorating, entertaining and gardening; 170 x 30 min.

"," information program that brings the audience the latest update insight into the world of finance; weekly x 30 min.

DLT Entertainment UK 10 Bedford Square London, WC1B 3RA U.K. (171) 631-1184 Fax: (171) 636-4571 Booth: 638

Attending: Nigel Emery, VP intl. sales; Mike Taylor, VP sales & development; John Reynolds, VP.


"As Time Goes By," comedy about two former lovers who reunite after 38 years; 60 x 30 min.

"The Book of Kells: The Film of the Great Gospel of Colum Cille," 60 min.

"The Drink of Kings: A History of Champagne," docu special; 60 min.

"John Glenn: American Hero," 90 min.

DTG Entertainment 15840 Ventura Blvd. Suite 310 Encino, CA 91436 (818) 386-2323 Fax: (818) 386-2809 E-mail: Booth: 630

Attending: Arthur R. Newberger, president-CEO; Tara Spencer, director sales & acquisitions.


"Life With Pets," entertaining and informative look at our pets; 26 x 30 min.

"His Girl Friday," a satirical look at the newspaper business.

"My Man Godfrey," the "forgotten man" is hired by a young debutante as the family butler.

"Night of the Living Dead"

Dargaud-Marina 15/27 rue Moussorgski 75018 Paris, France (33-1) 5326-3101 Fax: (33-1) 5326-3113 Booth: 911

Attending: Claude de Saint Vincent, president; Gaspard de Chavagnac, general manager; Julie Fox, director of sales & acquisitions; Michele Massonat, sales exec; Patrick Dedieu, head of finance & business affairs.


"Troll Tales," animated series concerning the adventures of a group of young trolls in the magic troll forest; 26 x 26 min.

"The Last Reservation," the clash of two eras and two cultures; 26 x 26 min. animated series.

"Mamemo," preschool programming that takes us into the secret world of a small child and his imaginary cow; 52 x 4 min.

"What's Up Monsters," animated series about a very special gang of monsters who prove an endless source of fun; 10 x 2 min.

Daro Film Distribution "Le Victoria" 13 Boulevard Princesse Charlotte 98000 Monaco (377) 97971600 Fax: (377) 97971590 Booth: 639

Attending: Pierre-Andre Rochat, president; Anne-Marie Gaskin, buyer.


"The New Adventures of Ocean Girl," children's animated series concerning a beautiful princess who bids to restore peace and prosperity to her planet, which has been under threat from an evil Space Wizard; 26 x 30 min.

"Papillon," miniseries based on the famous book by Henri Charriere.

"Selkie," a 16-year-old boy discovers he is a magical creature, part seal, part human; 95 min. feature.

"Chucklewood Critters," the animated adventures of two little critters and all their friends; 26 x 30 min.

Decode Entertainment 512 King St. East, Suite 104 Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5A 1M1 (416) 363-8034 Fax: (416) 363-8919 E-mail: Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5216

Attending: Steven DeNure, Nell Court, John Delmage, partner's & exec producers; Beth Stevenson, VP production & development; Dominique Bazay, director, intl. sales.


"The Zack Files," 26 x 30 min.

"Watership Down," the story of a group of rabbits who leave their endangered warren in search of a new home; 26 x 30 min.

"Angela Anaconda," humorous stories told from the unique point of view of an 8-year-old; 52 x 22 min & 104 x 11 min.

"Freaky Stories (I-III)," animated strange tales you believe to be true because they happen to a friend of a friend of yours; 35 x 30 min & 140 x 5 min.

Deutsche Welle/Transtel Raderbergguertel 50 50968 Cologne, Germany (49-221) 389-2757 Fax: (49-221) 389-2646 Booth: 3315/3319

Attending: Ana Maria Banolas, head of distribution, Latin America; Ulrich Wartmann, head of distribution, Europe/North America; Stefan Bliemsrieder, distribution exec, Latin America; Viola Zintgraf, distribution exec, Asia/Australia.


"Adventures in Archaeology," series about modern archaeology; 13 x 30 min.

"Hi-Tech: Into the New Millennium," a look at the ways technology and science are likely to develop in the coming millennium; 13 x 30 min.

"German Designers," profiles of six top designers, whose products range from ashtrays and hi-fi equipment to furniture and lamps; 5 x 25 min.

"Ferdy," the exciting adventures of a boy ant and his friends; 26 x 30 min.

Devillier Donegan Enterprises 4401 Connecticut Ave. NW, Suite 600 Washington, DC 20008 (202) 686-3980 Fax: (202) 686-3999 Booth: 575

Attending: Ron Devillier, president & CEO; Brian Donegan, exec VP; Linda Ekizian, VP, marketing.


"The Greeks: Crucible of Civilization," a recount of the rise and fall of Athens; 3 x 60 min.

"Journey Into Amazonia," 3 x 60 min.

"Life Beyond Earth," this series asks what it means to be alive, intelligent and human on a planet called Earth; 2 x 60 min.

"Little Killers," a revealing pursuit of deadly and sophisticated scorpions, rattlesnakes, box jellyfish, and the web spider; 2 x 55 min.

Discovery Communications 7700 Wisconsin Ave. Bethesda, MD 20814 (301) 986-0444 Fax: (301) 986-4826 Booth: 1761

Attending: Moises Chico, program sales, Latin America/Iberia; Meg Page, manager operations, intl. program sales.


"In the Footsteps of a Bear," becoming acquainted with four unforgettable Kodiak mothers and their cubs; 60 min.

"Future of the Car," cars that steer themselves, cars that see in the dark, virtual cars; 3 x 60 min.

"Alaskan Wilds," embark on a stunning journey of discovery into the dazzling beauty, teeming diversity and adventurous history of the Alaskan wilds; 60 min.

"Discovery Channel Eco-Challenge: Australia; British Columbia," an adventure race of extraordinary athletes as they push themselves to the limits to cross the finish line together; 5 x 60 min.

Distraction Formats 261 du St. Sacrement St. Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2Y 3V2 (514) 844-5800 Fax: (514) 844-8210 E-mail: Booth: 831; phone (504) 670-5264

Attending: Arabelle Pouliot, director of intl. sales.


"New Funny Home Video"

"The Mad Dash," gameshow; weekly X 30 min.

"Simply the Best," a gameshow where the underdog shines; weekly x 60 min:

"Cover Girls," drama revealing the cruel games that fuel the making of top models in this image-driven world; weekly x 60 min.

D'Ocon Films C/Calaf 3 08021 Barcelona, Spain (34-93) 240-4122 Fax: (34-93) 240-4124 Booth: 731-A

Attending: Antoni D'Ocon, president; Jose Salcedo, D'Ocon Films France; Ferran Viladevall, head of L.A office; Diana Domingo, head of intl. dept.; Isabel Palencia, sales exec.


"Fracasse," our hero is witness to an outrageous injustice which he will stop at nothing to redress; 26 x 26 min.

"The Last Reservation," the small A-Tchoo tribe attempts to find its way back to its own time, after magically having been sent into the future; 26 x 26 min.

"Scruff," a little dog, naive and trusting, wants to learn about everything new; 26 x 26 min.

"Argai 2075," a prince from the Middle Ages travels through time and ends up in New York City in 2075; 26 x 26 min.

Dorling Kindersley/Winchester TV 9 Henrietta Street London WC2E 8PS, U.K (44-171) 836-5411 Fax: (44-171) 836-7570 Booth: 1511-27

Attending: Simon Jollands, managing director, DK Vision; Mike Prince, managing director, Winchester TV; Russell Jarman Price, creative director, Winchester; Anne-Marie Pardoe, sales manager, DK Vision.


"St. Bear's Dolls Hospital," the madcap antics of Nurse Penny Cillin, Professor Teddy Stitching and Ms. Camomile, as they run the toy world's hospital; 52 x 15 min.

"Jellabies," the animated adventures of six bouncy characters who live in friendly Jelly World; 78 x 5 min.

"The Big Garage," the adventures of four lively taxis and their friends set in the colorful world of Taxitown; 26 x 24 min.

"The Snow Children," series featuring a chieftain's daughter, who with her young friends live and play in the land of Snowtopia.

Douglas Entertainment 28711 Pacific Coast Highway, #7 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 589-1779 Fax: (310) 457-0054 E-mail: Booth: 3372

Attending: Cord Douglas, president; Rick Andres, sales director, Latin America.


"Anooah of the Airways," a 21-year-old Armenian sheepherder returns to the U.S. to seek his fortune; 94 min.

"Baggage," a discouraged young writer and a dying 50-year-old man accidentally mix up their airplane baggage leading them to investigate and learn from each other's life experience; 85 min.

"Beyond the Pale," a young man flees his native Dublin to escape from a mountain of bad luck, but after settling in New York, he discovers the true meaning of trouble; 100 min.

"Cold Light of Day," a model citizen turns out to be the most dangerous serial killer in Britain; 85 min.

Dream Entertainment 8489 W. Third St., Suite 1038 Los Angeles, CA 90048 (323) 655-5501 Fax: (323) 655-5603 Booth: 2675

Attending: Ehud Bleiberg, chairman & CEO.


"Lover Girl," a young girl abruptly abandoned by her mother finds friendship in the manager of an irreverent massage parlor; 88 min.

"More Dogs Than Bones," a recent immigrant cab driver and his dog become caught in a series of mishaps; 100 min.

"The Pass," a middle-aged man must learn how to survive the malevolent pursuit of a psychotic hitchhiker; 87 min.

"100 Girls," this picture centers on a college freshman who meets his dream girl in an elevator during a blackout.


E! Entertainment Television 5670 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 954-2400 Fax: (323) 954-2657 Booth: 161

Attending: Jon Helmrich, senior VP, intl. development; Bill Lee, VP intl. development; Karen Kaufman, director intl. sales; Duccio Donati, sales exec intl. development; Greg Brannan, exec VP programming & content; David Bernath, director program planning.


"Best Actress," a comedy about one actress who would literally kill to win the Academy Award; 120 min.

"Search Party," puts celebrities and contestants to the test in a series of outrageous challenges; 26 x 30 min.

"Rachel Ashwelrs Shabby Chic on style," shows viewers how to create a home that is beautiful, functional and practical; 26 x 30 min.

"Stylemaker," a personality profile that emphasizes the style of an individual who has made a profound impact on the fashion and design industry; 13 x 60 min.

EM TV & Merchandising Munchner Strasse 14 85774 Unterfohring, Germany (49-89) 957150 Fax: (49-89) 95715111 In New Orleans: Hotel Monteleone

Attending: Hans Vriens, member of the board, sales; Franz Prinz von Auersperg, member of the board, TV & marketing; Dr. Sylvia Rothelum, director of coproductions; Patrick Elmendorff, head of intl. sales; Rainer Tschierschwitz, sr. VP, sales & acquisitions.


"Poochini's Yard," when a little dog's kind and rich owner dies, he is forced to lead the life of an ordinary dog with the White Family; 78 x 7 min.

"Weird-Ohs," series that introduces a traditional cartoon style in a state-of-the-art 3D environment; 26 x 11 min.

"Pigs Next Door," animated series in which the father of the pig family decides to move them to the city, to offer his children a better education; 26 x 24 min.

"Momie au pair," animated series centered on a stolen Egyptian mummy awakened in the 21st century after 5,000 years of sleep who has a job as a nanny; 26 x 24 min.

Eagle Rock Entertainment Eagle House 22 Armoury Way London SW18 1EZ, U.K (44-20) 8870-5670 Fax: (44-20) 8874-2333 Booth: 1511

Attending: Geoff Kempin, managing director; Lesley Evans, programming manager; Kate McDonald, sales exec.


"Eurythmics Peace Concert," the pop duo perform all their greatest hits on their `Peace Tour'; 90 min.

"Brit Awards 2000," the British music industry's annual award show; 100 min.

"Classic Albums Series 2-6," insight into the making of some of the greatest albums of all time; 6 x 55 min.

Earth Communications Office 12021 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 557 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 656-0577 Fax: (310) 656-1657 Booth: phone (504) 523-2222

Attending: Lisa Day, assistant director; Bruce Hartzell, senior consultant.


"A Perfect Balance," empowering environmental trailer; 60 sec. & 30 sec.

"One Earth," 60 sec.

"Island Home," uses the metaphor of an island home to empower viewers to care for the larger home we all share; 30 sec.

Eaton Films 10 Holbein Mews Lower Sloane Street London SW1W 8NN, U.K (44-171) 823-6173 Fax: (44-171) 823-6017 Booth: 1702

Attending: Liz Cook, director of intl. sales; Patricia Brown, Central Europe/Far East sales director; Carol Thrupp, Latin American sales manager.


"Backlands," story of an innocent abroad forced to learn fast or die; TV movie.

"State Coroner," new series combining the popular elements of police, medical and courtroom drama; 29 x 60 min.

Electric Sky The Brighton Media Centre 9-12 Middle Street Brighton East Sussex BN1 1AL, U.K (44-1273) 384208 Fax: (44-1273) 384267 Booth: 1511-34

Attending: David Pounds, CEO.


"Stunt School," program following stunt students to graduation, through their pain, triumph, foolhardiness and brilliance; 52 min.

"Aspinall's Animals," the daily life of two unique parks -- Howletts and Port Lymphe; 12 x 26 min & 3 x 60 min.

"Greatest Escape," the untold story of 50,000 Allied prisoners of war who went on the run when Italy surrendered to the Allies; 52 min.

"Mafia Empire," unique insight into the workings of the Costa Nostra and the law enforcement agencies that combat it; 3 x 52 min or 52 min.

Ellipse Programme 42 rue Emeriau 75015 Paris, France (33-1) 4392-5800 Fax: (33-1) 4392-5801 Booth: 1830

Attending: Robert Rea, exec. VP, children & family programs -- Ellipsanime; Marie-Pierre Moulinjeune, VP, children & family programs -- Ellipsanime; Georges Campana, Alain Bordiec, producers -- Le Sabre; Doris Weitzel, director of intl. sales, documentaries -- Point du Jour; Raechel Crossen, sr. VP, intl. business affairs.


"Fracasse," series featuring a mysteriously masked swordsman, who bravely fights injustice; 26 x 30 min & 70 min. spesh. "Corto," animated series about a daring and elegant traveller who voyages around the world and battles on behalf of the poor and weak; 26 x 30 min, 4 TV movies & 1 feature.

"Annapurna, History of a Conquest," a look at the race to conquer the first peak over 8,000 metres and what motivated those who pulled it off; 52 min.

"Falling Through," a man's simple one-night love affair gets him caught up in the marginal world of the Russian Mafia in Paris; 90 min. TV movie.

Ellis Enterprises 1300 Yonge St., Suite 300 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4T 1X3 (416) 924-2186 Fax: (416) 924-6115 E-mail: Booth: 3239

Attending: Stephen Ellis, president; Reg McGuire, sales exec.


"Echoes of the North," portrait of a family of loons and the Northern lake they have claimed as their home; 60 min.

"Snowshoes and Solitude: A Year in the Wabakimi Wilderness," a young couple who attempt to live in the isolated deep wilderness for a year; 60 min.

"Screef: Tree Planter Friendly," a group of young Canadians spend 8 weeks planting trees in the northern regions of British Columbia; 60 min.

"Frogs: Leaping Wizards," the world of frogs and their quest for survival; 60 min.

Endemol Intl. Distribution Van Cleeffkade 15 1431 BA Aalsmeer, The Netherlands (31-297) 357800 Fax: (31-297) 357801 Booth: 2019

Attending: Pim Van Collem, president; Matthew Cody, exec. VP, intl. sales; Hedy Van Bochove, exec. VP, acquisitions.


"Beastmaster," the lost son of a great king uses his special gift -- the ability to talk with animals and share their powers -- to fight against the evil powers which took over his land; 22 x 60 min.

"Deadlocked," when his son is convicted of a murder, a man takes the entire jury hostage and threatens to kill them unless the prosecuting attorney can prove his son's innocence within 24 hours."Guilty Hearts," true story of love, loss and redemption.

"Sinkhole," in the midst of the Mardi Gras celebrations, a large hole growing beneath the ground threatens to swallow the entire city of New Orleans unless an unlikely hero can save the day.

Enoki Rims 16501 Ventura Blvd, Suite 306 Encino, CA 91436 (818) 907-6503 Fax: (818) 907-6506 Booth: 3074

Attending: Yoshi Enoki, president; Ricki Ames, VP worldwide distribution; Miyuki Ishihara, distribution services.


"Kitty's Paradise," 16 x 30 min.

"Hikarian," featuring train locomotives that have the ability to transform into robots; 51 x 30 min.

"Jester the Adventurer," born to be a reckless adventurer Jester wants to see the world and live a life of thrills; 26 x 30 min.

"The Xtreme Adventures of Zolar," who uses his brain, heart and amazing sporting skills to foil the plans of evil Hedion who is almost certain to cause total chaos and destruction; 26 x 30 min.

Entertainment Rights 1 Burton House, Repton Place White Lion Road Amersham Bucks HP7 9LP, U.K (44-1494) 764441 Fax: (44-1494) 764790 Booth: 1511

Attending: Mike Heap, CEO; Craig Hemmings, director; Jane Smith, managing director; Smita Kakad, sales & distribution.


"Meeow," the exciting adventures of a mischievous but friendly Scottish kitten; 26 x 10 min.

"Lavender Castle," story of good battling against evil in a desperate bid to protect the light at the center of the universe that is Lavender Castle; 26 x 10 min.

"The Tidings," series centered on fun-filled, loveable creatures; 26 x 11 min.

"Jack and the Beanstalk," adventure based adaptation of the classic story; 75 min.

Europe Images Intl. 25 rue Francois 1er 75008 Paris, France (33-1) 4723-2800 Fax: (33-1) 4723-2810 Booth: 911

Attending: Justine Bannister; VP, intl. sales & animation development.


"Papa Beaver Story Time," series in which each episode contains two stories ranging from classic Grimm's Fairy Tales to more contemporary, original stories; 52 x 13 min.

"Passion for Nature," wildlife programming showing the bond between man and animals in all its various forms; 39 x 26 min.

"Marx Brothers," portrait of the legendary performers; 52 min.

"Families," revealing portraits of families from all over the world; 9 x 26 min. & 52 min.

Eva Entertainment Limited 7a Langley St., Covent Garden London, WC2H 9JA U.K. (44-207) 836-3000 Fax: (44-207) 836-3300 Booth: 1775

Attending: Mikael Shields, chief operating officer; John Bullivant, director of animation.


"Hilltop Hospital," animated pre-school series; 26 x 10 min.

"Rex the Runt," animated satire on modern living; 13 x 10 min.

"Pond Life," animated dilemmas and disasters of a thoroughly confused heroine; 13 x 30,min.

"Animal Stories," animated pre-school series; 52 x 5 min.

Exception 6 Cite Paradis 75010 Paris, France (33-1) 4246-5150 Fax: (33-1) 4246-5151 Booth: 911

Attending: Rita Torndahl-Zalejski; Philippe Hubert.



Explore Intl. 7 Stratton Street Mayfair London WIX 5FD, U.K (44-171) 493-4495 Fax: (44-171) 493-5055 Booth: 1830

Attending: Helen Grattan, managing director; Edwina Thring, sales director; Megan Bevan, programming director; Paola Cunsolo, Italian agent.


"National Geographic: Adventures in .time," a celebration of the millennium with a look at the past as well as the future of planet Earth; 52 min.

"Congo in the Bronx," a look at the soon-to-open Congo environment at Bronx zoo that aims to replicate the natural environments of rare and endangered animals from the area; 52 min.

"Peregrine Falcons," story told over four seasons that recounts the fate of three species of birds -- the falcon, raven and eagle owl; 52 min.

"Realm of the Lobster," a look at one of the world's most unusual marine creatures; 46 min.

Eyemark Entertainment 10877 Wilshire Blvd., 9th floor Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 446-6000 Fax: (310) 446-6066 Booth: 975; phone (504) 670-5350

Attending: Ed Wilson, president; Bob Cook, exec VP; Joe DiSalvo, senior VP general sales manager; Sid Beighley, VP Eastern sales; Sean O'Boyle VP Midwestern sales; John Holdridge, VP Western sales.


"The Cindy Margolis Show," weekend latenight TV series; 32 x 60 min.

"CBS Marketwatch Weekend," weekly wrap-up and preview of the most important financial news and newmakers; 52 x 30 min.

"Kids Say the Darndest Things," 30 min.

"Early Edition," a young man's world turns upside down when, with the ability to learn tomorrow's news today, he's determined to change people's fates; series x 60 min.

Eyemark Media Sales 51 W: 52nd St., 14th floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 975-4400 Fax: (212) 975-9232 Booth: 975; phone (504) 670-5350

Attending: Dan Cosgrove, president; Norma Taylor, VP New York sales manager; Patricia Brown-Bailey, VP Midwest/West Coast sales manager; Fred Norris, Cathy Szuic, Loreen Washington, account execs.


"The Cindy Margolis Show"

"CBS Marketwatch Weekend"

"Early Edition"

"Golf Magazine TV"

Eyemark Video Services 310 Parkway View Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15205 (412) 747-4700 Fax: (412) 747-4726 Booth: 975; phone (504) 670-5350

Attending: George Kieffer, VP & general manager.


Fact Based Communications Piazza della Liberta, 20 Rome, Italy 00192 (39-06) 3608-2901 Fax: (39-06) 3600-5501 Booth: Intercontinental Hotel

Attending: Alan Friedman, chairman & CEO; Francesca d'Andrea, exec producer; June Decter, global distribution manager.


"Global Economic Review," puts the world's business events in context for viewers in Europe, Asia and the Americas; 50 x 60 min.

"Portfolio," information for the small investor in the European equity markets; 50 x 30 min.

"Money Hunt," brings venture capital seekers into the studio each week where they will receive access to banks that can actually help to build their business and create employment in job-conscious Europe; 50 x 30 min.

Filmax -- Sogedasa Miguel Hernandez 81-87 08908 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat Barcelona, Spain (34-93) 3368555 Fax: (34-93) 2634656 Booth: 731-F

Attending: Antonia Nava, head of sales & acquisitions, Carlos Fernandez, managing director gener; Vicente Canales, intl. Dept.


"Goomer," animated feature concerning a space trucker with a desire to make money quickly; 80 min.

"The City of Marvels," period drama set in Barcelona in 1888, about a young man who starts a new life in a city full of fear and repression; 160 min.

"Manolito Gafotas," comedy centered on young Manolito and his many adventures; 85 min.

"Don't Breathe, Love Is in the Air," the relationship between two men from different backgrounds who meet when trying to commit suicide; 101 min.

The Film Source Company 988 Second Ave. New York, NY 10022 (212) 223-4112 Fax: (212) 421-9187 Booth: 3287

Attending: Alex Massis, president


The Film Source Television Collection, 50 motion pictures and series.

House of Horrors, 8 classic horror titles from Italian director Mario Bava.

The Alfredo Leone Collection, 13 titles of action, horror & cult.

"Super Kid," animated; 52 x 26 min.

Fireworks Intl. Tennyson House 5th Floor 159-165 Great Portland Street London W1N 5FD, U.K (44-20) 7307-6300 Fax: (44-20) 7307-6399 Booth: 639

Attending: Jay Firestone, chairman & CEO, Canwest Entertainment; Adam Haight, president, Fireworks Entertainment; Greg Phillips, president, intl.; Catherine Nebauer, sales manager, Europe & Japan; Vincent Menendez, sales manager, Latin America, Spain. Portugal & Asia; Clare Roberts, director of marketing.


"Queen of Swords," story of a sensuous and beautiful avenger, who battles greed and corruption in 19th century California.

"18 Wheels of Justice," a Special Agent avoids the clutches of a cold-blooded crime boss by disguising himself as a trucker.

"Relic Hunter," an unorthodox professor with a lust for excitement and adventure unravels the world's most intriguing mysteries in search of lost icons and rare treasures.

"Poison," a film star's life is shattered when she takes the blame for a murder committed by her teenage daughter.

France Animation 14 rue Alexandre Parodi 75010 Paris, France (33-1) 5335-9090 Fax: (33-1) 5335-9091 Booth: 911

Attending: Giovanna Milano, chairman and CEO; Maia Tubiana, head of development; Lionel Marty, head of sales and acquisitions.


"Wheel Squad," animated series featuring young rollerblade and skateboard wizards; 26 x 26 min.

"Titeuf," curious about all things mischievous, shy and tender, our hero seeks answers to the questions that concern all kids; 78 x 7 min. or 26 x 26 min.

"Patrol 03," real police adventures spiked with animated comedy and starring some unusual cops; 26 x 26 min.

"The Babaloos on Vacation," the lovable characters are back in a new series of epic adventures; 65 x 5 min.

France TV Distribution Immeuble Le Barjac 1 Boulevard Victor 75015 Paris, France (33-1) 4425-0140 Fax: (33-1) 4425-0142 Booth: 911

Attending: Marc Bonduel, president; Herve Michel, head of intl. distribution; Pierre-Francois Gaudry, deputy head of intl. distribution; Alexandre Piel, manager of intl. sales.


"Attorney's at Law," insight into the lives of 5 lawyers who deal with criminal and civil lawsuits; 18 x 52 min.

"The Moliere Collection," Moliere's masterpieces performed by the Comedie-Francaise.

"White Odyssea," saga of men, dogs, wild animals and great frozen wastes as Nicolas Vanier and his dog team cover 5,000 miles of the Canadian North; 90 min. or 52 min.

"Fly Wars," new technology allows us to understand the fascination of scientists for an insect that can carry deadly diseases, but also has countless positive attributes; 52 min.

Sandy Frank Entertainment 954 Lexington Ave., Suite 255 New York, NY 10021 (212) 772-1889 Fax: (212) 772-2297 Booth: 467

Attending: Sandy Frank, president & chairman of the board; Phil Oldham, exec VP; Steve Radosh, intl. production exec; Barbara Kalicinska, European sales exec; Roland Sicsic, European & African sales representative; Mary Byrne, director European operations.


"Face the Music," recognition leads to the identity of familiar persons, places or things.

"Name That Tune," format available for the famous music gameshow.

"You Asked for It," television's most famous viewer request program; 13 x 60 min. & 150 x 30 min.

The Fremantle Corp. 660 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10021 (212) 421-4530 Fax: (212) 207-8357 Booth: 1075; phone (504) 670-5269

Attending: Paul Talbot, president-CEO; Josh Braun, senior VP; Blanca Oca-Pertierra, VP Latin America & home video; Keith Talbot, director development.


"Face the Music," three contestants compete in a game of musical knowledge to determine a champion.

"Fly on the Wall," reality series in which the camera eavesdrops on people in real situations.

"All My Children," daytime drama.

"Big Wolf on Campus," a smalltown high-school jock transforms into a werewolf and must adjust to his new ability and quirks; 26 x 30 min.


GA&A Piazza Martiri di Belfiore 2 00105 Rome, Italy (39-06) 3613480 Fax: (30-06) 3614042 Booth: 805

Attending: Gioia Avvantaggiato, producer; Gioia Marchetti, acquisitions and co-productions manager.


"The Train to the Opera," the opera inspires three Roman peasant women with a passion that gives them the strength to face the trials and tribulations of life.

"Sole," the story of women laborers in Southern Italy and the choices they are making to change their future.

"Penguins & Oil Don't Mix," the risks due to ongoing oil spills faced by the Jackass penguin in South Africa.

"Love Parade," an exploration of the world of the latest generation, growing up between two millennia.

GRB Entertainment 13400 Riverside Dr., Suite 300 Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 (818) 728-7600 Fax: (818) 728-7676 E-mail: Booth: 2641

Attending: Stephen Barden, managing director, Axel Springer Intl.; Robin Houcken, head business development, Axel Springer Intl.; Gary R. Benz, president & CEO; Michael Branton, senior VP creative affairs; Kim Relick, senior VP intl. distribution & business development; Jason Sikes, VP development.


"The Investigators," three specials entitled, "Manhunt," "Supersleuths" & "Real Ghosthunters"; 3 x 60 min.

"Ultimate Special Effects," reveals the amazing special effects artistry and technology behind Hollywood's biggest action films; 3 x 60 min.

"Disaster Detectives," footage of brave men and women as they battle the forces of nature; 4 x 60 min.

"Cinema Secrets," 13 x 30 min.

GSA Media 200 - 2339 Columbia St. Vancouver, B.C., Canada V5Y 3Y3 (604) 683-3024 Fax: (604) 683-3094 Booth: 1930; mobile (604) 788-4119

Attending: Gordon Stanfield.

Gaumont 30 avenue Charles de Gaulle 92200 Neuilly, France (33-1) 4643-2190 Fax: (33-1) 4643-2033 Booth: 1231

Attending: Gregoire Melin, manager intl. sales, Feature Films.


Extensive library of 400 of the most well-known French films.

Gem 46-47 Bedford Square London WC1B 3DP, U.K (44-20) 7462-9000 Fax: (44-20) 7462-9005 Booth: 1511-13

Attending: Peter Van Den Bussche, head of sales & acquisitions; Peter Christiansen, managing director; Tatiana Kober, children's sales manager.


"Inside Line," series looking behind-the-scenes of the exciting world of Formula 1; 19 x 30 min.

"Animal Alert Series 2 -- California Bay," the lives of the people who work day and night off the coast of Monterey Bay, Calif., to rescue, rehabilitate and ensure the survival of marine creatures under threat; 13 x 25 min.

"Comin' Atcha Series 2," the continuing struggles of the Cleopatra household, as they struggle with all the pressures of being famous musical teenagers; 7 x 20 min.

"Flatmates," a group of people sharing a house interview candidates and, with the help of carefully chosen tasks, try to find one more flatmate; 8 x 30 min.

German United Distribs Auf der Ruhr 2 D-50667 Cologne, Germany (49-221) 920690 Fax: (49-221) 9206969 Booth: 3111

Attending: Rosemarie Dermuehl, head of sales office Munich, fiction; Silke Spahr, legal & business affairs; Birte Zywko, sales manager, music; Gerd Richter-Kiewning, managing director (FA).


"Valley of the Shadow," ancient forces wreak terror when they are unleashed by accident; 93 min. TV movie.

"In Deep Water," a glacier is about to slip into the sea, which could cause a wave that could kill millions. Is it too late to stop it? 88 min. TV movie.

"The Beast in the Lake," two scientists attempt to stop a cloned creature on a killing spree.

"Music From Strauss, Gershwin and Lehar," concert from the Vienna Musikverein; 120 min.

Gestmusic Zeppelin Intl. C/Serrano 32, 2oE 28001 Madrid, Spain (34-91) 576-0645 Fax: (34-91) 576-3280 Booth: 731-Q

Attending: Isabel Raventos, managing director; Maria Pinilla, head of acquisitions & sales; Belen Perez Muniz, head of sales & business development Argentina; Secundino Velasco, general manager, Zeppelin TV; Jose Velasco, CEO, Zeppelin TV; Joan Ramon Mainat, creative director, Gestmusic Endemol.


"La Pirana," gameshow in which contestants answer questions on general knowledge.

"La Casa De Tus Suenos," two couples compete for the ultimate goal of owning their own home.

"Mediterraneo," new series that combines adventure and humor with ecology and encourages audiences to better protect our environment.

"Esos Locos Bajitos," family entertainment where the stars are the children.

Global Telemedia 1 Dock St., Suite 502 Stamford, CT 06902 (203) 359-6781 Fax: (203) 425-2140 e-mail: Booth: 2621

Attending: Greg Kimmelman, president-CEO.


"The Greatest Circus Acts in the World," 13 x 30 min.

"Ripcord/Cheating Gravity -- The Story of Parachutes," 2 x 60 min.

"World of Bloopers," captures the exciting and comprehensive skills, spills and crashes in the world of sports; 8 x 60 min.

"This Day in History," a great moment in world history; 365 x 60 sec.

Globo Media Menedez Pidal 43 28036 Madrid, Spain (34-91) 350-4090 Fax:(34-91) 350-8496 Booth: 731-C

Attending: Jose Maria Irisarri, general manager; Emilio Aragon, president; Maria P. Aragon, director of acquisitions, sales & co-productions; Daniel Ecija, director, fiction dept.; Andres Varela, director, entertainment variety dept.; Antonio Irisarri, director, new business & development.


"Periodistas," series looking at the professional and private lives of journalists; 52 x 60 min.

"Medico De Familia," series centered on a recently widowed doctor with three children; 106 x 60 min.

"Companeros," series centered on a school and those that teach there; 52 x 60 min.

Gondwana Films Bailen 41 Los Altos Del Burgo 28230 Las Rozas, Madrid, Spain (34-91) 634-1066 Fax: (34-91) 634-1896 Booth: 731

Attending: Joaquin Linares, managing director.


"Bueti," the temples, dances and ceremonies of one of the world's most spectacular religions; 52 min.

"Adaptation," how plants and animals have conquered the oceans and seas; 3 x 52 min.

"The Keepers of the Planet," the people and institutions that have been in the forefront of the preservation of nature; 13 x 52 min.

"Lost Worlds," a look at some places where time seems to have stood still; 26 x 52 min.

GoodTimes Entertainment 16 E. 40th St. New York, NY 10016 (212) 951-3003 Fax: (212) 679-6857

Attending: Andrew Greenberg, president; Seth Willenson, VP; Brian McNeese, VP acquisitions & new business development; Catherine Branscome, VP intl.


"Cindy Crawford: A New Dimension," introduces a balanced approach to fitness; 60 min.

"Mini Muscles: A Fitness Adventure," a fitness special designed exclusively for children; 30 min.

"Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, The Movie," 85 min.

"Camelot, The Legend," 70 min.

Granada Media Intl. London TV Centre Upper Ground London SE1 9LT, U.K (44-171) 737-8603 Fax: (44-171) 261-8162 Booth: 1840; phone (504) 670-5275

Attending: Nadine Nohr, managing director; Suzie Giblin, director of sales; Jayne Redpath, sr. sales exec; John Norman, VP, intl. sales, the Americas; Nada Cirjanic, sales exec; Caroline Torrence, drama co-production exec.


"An Audience With ...," two programs in which Cliff Richard and Diana Ross perform their biggest hits and answer questions from a celebrity audience; 2 x 52 min.

"The Blind Date," a tale of twisted love and feigned identity adapted from Frances Fyfield's bestselling murder mystery; 2 x 90 min.

"Seeing Red," true story of Coral Atkins, the glamorous '70s star who became a children's crusader after witnessing the distress of a child; 120 min.

"Catherine Cookson's The Secret," miniseries full of suspense, action, intrigue and romance among the dark streets and riverside of 19th century Tyneside in north England; 3 x 52 min.

Gullane Pictures 1133 Broadway, Suite 1520 New York, NY 10010 (212) 645-3555 Fax: (212) 463-9626 Booth: 1031

Attending: Britt Allcroft, Charles Fatzon, co-chairpersons; William Harris, managing director, the Britt Allcroft Co; Cindy Bernstein, VP distribution; Todd Leavitt, consultant; Jennifer Thieroff, head of marketing.


"Eckhart," family animated series.

"The Adventures of Captain Pugwash," an entertaining pirate and his motley crew of incompetent sea dogs set sail on their mighty adventures; 52 x 10 min.

"The True Meaning of Crumbfest," a seasonal tale of a curious little mouse; 30 min.

"Avventura, Journeys in Italian Cuisine," 26 x 30 min.


Alfred Haber Distribution 321 Commercial Ave. Palisades Park, NJ 07650 (201) 224-8000 Fax: (201) 947-4500 Booth: 1243

Attending: Alfred Haber; president; Robert Kennedy, exec VP; Andrew Haber, director intl. sales; Adam Haber, manager intl. sales; David Bulhack, sales representative.


"Ricky Martin: One Night Only," 60 min.

"Mariah Carey: Homecoming," 60 min.

"Celine Dion: All the Way," 60 min.

"And So This Is Christmas," special featuring Grammy winners; 60 min.

Hallmark Entertainment 1325 Ave. of the Americas, 21st floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 977-9001 Fax: (212) 977-9049 Booth: 28.18

Attending: Peter von Gal, exec VP & chief operating officer; Joel Denton, exec VP managing director intl. sales; Liz Sheppard, senior VP marketing & ancillary rights; Erik Pack, Bonnie Low, Torquil MacNeal, VPs intl. sales.


"Dinotopia," a fantasyland where dinosaurs and humans co-exist; 6 x 60 min.

"The 10th Kingdom," takes the universal themes and ideas of European folklore and mythology and presents them in an up-to-date enchanting way; 10 x 60 min.

"Jason and the Argonauts," the tales of the banished son of a king who sails uncharted seas to reconquer his kingdom; 4 x 60 min.

"The Wishing Tree," an ambitious career woman returns to her hometown but isn't able to relate to her old life until she befriends a mysterious hermit; 120 min.

Harmony Gold 7655 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 851-4900 Fax: (323) 851-5599 E-mail: Booth: 443; phone (504) 670-5288

Attending: Frank Agrama, chairman & CEO; Colleen Morris, president; Alan Letz, senior VP, sales & acquisitions; Joanne Hoffman,. VP legal affairs; Elisa Albelleira, publicity coordinator.


"The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin," the legendary German shepherd; 65 x 30 min.

"Robotech 3000," the story of a band of heroes who travel the universe to save their intergalactic federation from destruction; 26 x 30 min.

"Walking After Midnight," touches upon stories such as near death experiences; 13 x 30 min.

"Shaka Zulu," recaptures the rise to power of the King of the Zulus who revolutionized African warfare with ingenious battle strategies and an invincible army; 10 x 60 min.

The Harvey Entertainment Co. 11835 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 550 Los Angeles, CA 90064 (310) 444-4100, fax (310) 444-4104 Booth: 237

Attending: Rick Mischel, president; Alisha Serrold, director, acquisitions.


"Casper's Haunted Christmas," a new all-CGI Casper feature film for release at Christmas 2000.

"Harveytoons," digitally restored classic animation with new wraparounds; 65 x 30 min.

"Baby Huey's Great Easter Adventure," a live-action feature-length film.

Hearst Entertainment 235 E. 45th St. New York, NY 10017 (212) 455-4000 Fax: (212) 983-6379 Booth: 661

Attending: Bruce L. Paisner, president; William E. Miller, president, entertainment distribution & animation productions; Robed J. Corono, senior VP, domestic sales; Tom Devlin, senior VP intl. sales; Stacey Valenza, senior VP marketing services; Steve Weiser, VP midwest sales.


"Famous Homes & Hideways;" 24 x 30 min.

"Smart Money;" 52 x 30 min.

"Popular Mechanics for Kids," weekly series explores new boundaries in the realms of science, imagination and technology.

"B. Smith With Style," ideas for entertaining with style at a price you can afford; 24 x 30 min.

Hearst-Argyle TV Productions 5 TV Place Needham, MA 02494 (781) 433-4139 Fax: (781) 433-4198 Booth: 261; phone (504) 670-5577

Attending: Bruce Marson, VP general manager; John Budkins, director, sales & marketing; Julia Young, manager, research & marketing; Gabrielle Easterwood, coordinator, sales & marketing; Ted Baker, manager, Eastern sales; Mary Markarian, manager, Mid-west sales.


"Wild Moments," a man and his dog trek through fields sharing the mysteries of animal life and the environment; 26 x 30 min.

"Rebecca's Garden," gives gardening ideas and techniques to green thumbs of every skill level; 22 x 30 min.

"Living Better With Carrie Wiatt," how to live better with tips on fun, food, and fitness; 22 x 30 min.

"SOS in America," investigative and human interest stories that spotlight what is happening in big cities and small towns around the country; 22 x 30 min.

Highpoint & the Film Co. 25 Elizabeth Mews London NW3 4UH, U.K (44-20) 7586-3686 Fax: (44-171) 7586-3117 Booth: 1511-22

Attending: Carey Fitzgerald, managing director; Julie Murphy, sales director; Sarah Hughes, senior sales & marketing exec.


"Lady Ninja," kinky, slapstick action comedy from Japan; 5 x 90 min.

"The Many Deaths of Norman Spittal," animated fillers inspired by the hilarious cartoons; 59 x 30 sec.

"Minx Manor," five girls, one house, lots of surprises.

"Astro Boy," the superhero youngster saves the world again in this cult animated series; 52 x 30 min.

HIT Entertainment The Pump House 13 - 16 Jacob's Well Mews London W1H 5PD, U.K. (44-207) 224-1717 Fax: (44-207) 224-1719 Booth: 531

Attending: Peter Orton, chief exec, HIT Entertainment PLC; Dorian Langdon, president, HIT Entertainment USA; Charlie Caminada, MD, worldwide distribution; John Morris, sales director; Henrietta Hurford Jones, deputy sales director.


"Angelina Ballerina," stories for young girls based on the classic stories of the ballerina mouse; 26 x 15 min.

"Sheeep," comical stories revolved around three young Sheeep whose quiet lives are blighted by the threatening presence of the Wolves; 26 x 10 min.

"Faeries," two city children find their summer holidays more exciting than they expected when they are sent to the country; 75 min.

"Bob the Builder," the adventures of Bob and his trusty helpers at the builders yard; 52 x 10 min.


ICE 25031 Ave. Stanford, Suite 50 Valencia, CA 91355 (661) 775-9900 Fax: (661) 775-9990 Booth: 325

Attending: Olivier de Courson, president; Phill Catherall, VP.


"Firefight! Stories From the Frontlines," a docu on the men and women who risk their lives to combat one of nature's most destructive forces; 47 min.

"When the War Was Over," the personal account of an American teenager newly arrived in Paris in 1948; 58 min.

"Biography: Asa Chandler, the Man Behind Coco-Cola," 52 min.

"American Prophet," the story of Joseph Smith Jr., who led a religion born on America soil; 120 min.

ICTV - Sofferino 9 rue Jean Hermoz 75008 Paris, France (33-1) 4359-2679 Fax: (33-1) 4225-9129 Booth: 911

Attending: Michel Noll, chairman; Flor Hurtado, VP, Latin America.


"Political Assassinations," series about politically motivated murders that have changes our recent history; 8 x 52 min.

"The Adventures of Joseph Conrad," the real-life adventures of Joseph Conrad that inspired his world famous works; 6 x 60 min.

"Central Building," shorts about and around the famous and beautiful messenger girl of Paris' post-modern skyscraper; 13 x 3 min.

"Dangerous Times," series based on real life experiences in the drug and guerilla war in Colombia; 65 x 50 min.

IFD Films and Arts Limited Flat 4, 3rd floor, Block B, Vigor Industrial Bldg. 14-20 Cheung Tat Rd, Tsing Yi, New Territories Hong Kong (852) 2730 0048 Fax: (852) 2730 8756 E-mail: Booth: 506-C

Attending: Joseph Lai, CEO; Betty Chan, Rocky Lee, exec officers.


"Wonders & Wonders," animated series for kids inspired by the world's greatest inventions.

"Chain of Love," a young girl intoxicated with sweet dreams of love.

"Jiggling Obsession," a young widow is restricted by the traditional custom on chastity and is compelled to withstand her sexual desire.

"Inclination of Devotion," a kind-hearted man leaves his family and home to live out his remaining years in a distant region because of his incurable disease.

IFM Film Associates 1328 E. Palmer Ave. Glendale, CA 91205 (818) 243-4976 Fax: (818) 550-9728 E-mail: Booth: 2635

Attending: Antony I. Ginnane, president; Ann Lyons, exec VP; Anthony J. Lyons, VP intl.


"Dark Nova," a former female criminal blackmailed into one last heist seeks out vengeance on her partners who double-crossed her; 93 min.

"The Settlement," two guys, one girl, separately none of them amount to much but together they have it made; 96 min.

"Moosie," a family mule tracks down a little girl lost in a storm; 93 min.

"Men Seeking Women," three guys, friends since birth, try to outdo each other in their search for women; 94 min.

ITP Berlin Ballinstrasse 16 12359 Berlin, Germany (49-30) 68980672 Fax: (49-30) 68980660 In New Orleans: Comfort Inn Downtown; (504) 586 0100

Attending: Andrea Bannert, head of TV & merchandising.


"Benjamin," animated series featuring the most loveable talking elephant in the world; 52 x 26 min.

"Bibi Blocksberg," series centered on a kind, thoughtful and helpful witch; 13 x 30 min. 1547 18th St. Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 264-2474 Fax: (310) 315-4357 E-mail: Booth: 2260

Attending: Allan McKeown, chairman; Nick Witkowski, managing director; Ann Plageman, director sales & marketing.

Icon Entertainment Intl. The Quadrangle 180 Wardour Street London W1V 3AA, U.K (44-171) 494-8100 Fax: (44-171) 494-8101 Booth: 1511

Attending: Simon Crowe, head of TV sales; Bruce Davey, chairman; Jim Lemley, president, TV.


"Felicia's Journey," a story of unrequited love and murder.

"G:MT," powerful London based contemporary drama infused with rich sounds of the vibrant and world leading U.K. music scene.

"When the Sky Falls," a journalist finds herself propelled into a world of crime in Dublin, where the crime bosses rule and the police and judiciary seem powerless in response.

"The Miracle Maker," in the year 33 A.D., a man walked the Earth who would change our world forever.

Independent Artists 8446 Melrose Place Los Angeles, CA 90069 (323) 852-1288 Fax: (323) 852-1088 Booth: 1039; phone (323) 697-7877

Attending: N. Lee Lacy, CEO; Ellen Endo, president worldwide TV; Kevin Mills, president intl.


"Big Screen T.V.," an entertainment magazine show for kids; 30 min.

"The Movie Show," primetime magazine show covering the entertainment scene; weekly x 30 min.

"The Risen Past," uses computer graphics to bring to life history's most fascinating individuals as they "walk" in today's world; 13 x 60 min.

"Pet Guys," discover why animals are our favorite people; 26 x 30 min.

Intl. Entertainment Enterprises 5481 Katherine Ave. Sherman Oaks, CA 91401 (818) 994-0801 Fax: (818) 787-5472 E-mail: Booth: 100; phone (504) 581-1000

Attending: Joseph Adelman, CEO.


"Animaland," animated mischievous forest friends in enchanting stories; 9 x 8 min.

"D.O.A.," a classic film of a man searching for the person who poisoned him; 83 min.

"The Hitch-Hiker," two companions, driving to a fishing vacation in Mexico, are held captive at gunpoint by a sadistic murderer who terrifies them unrelentingly to make them help him escape; 71 min.

"The Last Klezmer," a look at Leopold Kozlowski, the last of the many klezmorim musicians of Eastern Europe and a survivor of concentration camps; 82 min.

Ione Communications Postas 12-20 01001 Victoria, Spain (34-94) 513-0817 Fax: (34-94) 514-3618 Booth: 731-L

Attending: Jone Aldave.


"My Neighbours," Kathy, the stork, shows Nico, the mouse, the way of life of the animals living around them; 52 min.

"Guggenheim Bilbao Museum," a look at a unique museum; 58 min.

"The Double Life of Picasso's Gernika," program on Picasso's famous painting; 50 min.

"Comics, the Ninth Art," the history of comic books; 13 x 28 min.


J&M Entertainment 2 Dorset Square London NW1 6PX, U.K (44-20) 7723-6544 Fax: (44-20) 7724-7541 Booth: 1511-18

Attending: Tony Lytle, senior VP, TV.


"Night Train," a con man on the run from a mob boss meets and falls in love with a shy bank clerk; 94 min. "Love & Rage," the affair between a rich lady landowner and her chief servant has devastating consequences; 96 min.

"Complicity," a journalist finds himself implicated in a series of brutal murders, which are seemingly related to one of his articles; 95 min.

"Fever," the line between reality and fantasy begins to blur for a New York artist, after his tenement landlord is brutally murdered; 92 min.

Janson Television & Video 88 Semmens Road Harrington Park, NJ 07640 (210) 784-8488 Fax: (201) 784-3993 Booth: 3333

Attending: Stephen Janson, president; Zara Janson, VP; Betsy Van Ost, director Janson Video; Julie Conover, Mark Jennings, producers.


"`The Worlds of Harry Connick Jr.," takes a candid look at his own life and career; 45 min.

"Oceana -- Return of the Dolphin," explores why the dolphins have entered the protected inside waters between Vancouver Island and the mainland of Canada; 60 min.

"Aqua Planet," a travel series with a diving and water sport focus; 13 x 30 min.

"Lyme Disease: A Guide to Prevention," 60 min.


KBS Media Enterprises 18, Youido-Dong Youngdeungpo-ku Seoul, Korea (82-2) 781-8443 Fax: 82-2) 786-9444 E-mail: Booth: Arirang TV Stand

Attending: Jongsun Na, sales manager; Jungwon Lee, acquisitions manager.


"Korea's Funniest Home Video," 1500 x 1 min.

"Global Cultural Experiences," docu; 186 x 60 min.

"Youngsimi," animated, a junior high school girl makes trouble in the classroom; 13 x 30 min.

"Doochy and Pookoo," a kid hero fights against psychi Dr. Marvin who wants to conquer the world; 26 x 30 min.

KWA Estrecho de Mesina 12 -2o Madrid 28043, Spain (34-91) 388-5355 Fax: (34-91) 300-2202 Booth: 731

Attending: Kevin Williams.


"San Bernardo," acerbic send up of do-gooders and the politically correct; 90 min.

"El Segmento de Oro," medieval romantic comedy concerning a young couple being fought over by a witch and a priest.

"Tierra de Canones," drama centered on "The Maquis," a group of terrorists who believed in freedom and democracy and who fought Franco in the '40s.

"El Arbol Del Penitente," comedy about a Cuban Mafiosi, a suicidal curate and a desperate young couple in Quixote's La Mancha, searching for stolen millions.

Kaleidoscope Media Group 244 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019 (212) 757-0700 Fax: (212) 262-2351 Booth: 1839

Attending: Henry Siegel, chairman-CEO; Micky Hyman, president-chief operating officer; Paul Siegel, director; Wil Master, president intl. distribution; Len Koch, Bob Silberberg, domestic distributions.


"Double Cross," a promising artist about to graduate decides to forge two paintings by a world famous artist to save his brother from a heroin addiction, gambling and the Mafia; 22 x 60 min.

"Micronauts," animated, takes the viewer to a world not of outer space, but of inner space; 26 x 30 min.

"Magnificent Ambersons;" 4 x 60 min.

Keller Entertainment Group 14225 Ventura Blvd. Sherman Oaks, CA 91423 (818) 981-4950 Fax: (818) 501-6224 Booth: 2675

Attending: Max A. Keller, chairman; Micheline Keller, president.


"The Sam Hill Chronicles," investigate supernatural activity throughout the world; 22 x 60 min.

"Cheaters," a reality series on cheating on your spouse; 26 x 30 min.

"Lingerie Live," lingerie fashion show featuring Hollywood models; 26 x 30 min.

"Swinsuit Live," swimsuit fashion show featuring California girls; 26 x 30 min.

Keystone Entertainment 23410 Civic Center Way, Suite E-9 Malibu, CA 90265 (310) 317-4883 Fax: (31 O) 317-4903 E-mail: Booth: 2675; phone (504) 670-5320

Attending: Monique R. White, VP intl. sales.


"Walking Across Egypt." "2gether."

"Detonator," an ex-Navy Seal is brought onto active duty with the Secret Service to help protect the President from a mad bomber.

"Snap Shot," a 3-year-old chimpanzee takes to the ice and shows the world of ice hockey what the game is really about.

King World Intl. 1700 Broadway, 33rd floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 541-0277 Fax: (212) 582-9255 Booth: 2031

Attending: Fred Cohen, president; Steve Friedman, VP intl. programming; Ellen Politia, VP intl. sales; Ted Bookstaver, VP intl. sales; Greg Helm, director, intl. operations; Gayley Moss, director intl. programming.


"The Martin Short Show," 260 x 60 min. Merrill Heatter Game Show Catalogue.

"Scared Straight! 20 Years Later," a brutally honest encounter between 17 juvenile delinquents and Rahway State Prison inmates; 120 min.

"Candid Camera Series," 60 x 30 min.

King World Prods. 12400 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1200 West Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 826-1108 Fax: (310) 307-2179 Booth: 2030

Attending: Roger King, chairman & co-CEO; Michael King, vice chairman & co-CEO; Andy Friendly, president first-run programming & development; Donald Prijatel, president advertising & promotion; J Stuart Stringfellow, president domestic TV sales; Randi Cone, senior VP corporate communications.


"Curtis Court;" daily, 60 or 30 min.

"Hollywood Squares;" 160 x 30 min.

"Wheel of Fortune;" 195 x 30 min.

"Jeopardy!;" 195 x 30 min.

Kodansha 12-21 Otowa 2-chome Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-8001 Japan (813) 5395-3577 Fax: (813) 3944-9915 Booth: 2874

Attending: Tomio Yoshioka, senior manager; Julie Ninomiya, film sales manager.


"Oh My Goddess! The Movie."

"The Adventure of Mini-Goddesses," wacky diets, flights into outer space, treasure hunts and a monster called Gabira are part of this wacky comedy series; 48 x 7 min.

"Barbapapa," this family has fun learning about animals and their environments; 50 x 5 min.

"Naughty Monty," a sweet lovable child who thinks of something mischievous to do and transforms into a purple-creature; 50 min. x 1 min.

Kushner-Locke 11601 Wilshire Blvd., 21st floor Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 481-2000 Fax: (310) 481-2091 Booth: 3263

Attending: Donald Kushner; Peter Locke, co-chairmen; Chris Perry-Melish, president, Kushner-Locke Intl.; Wendy Reeds, VP marketing; Mevelyn Valladares, VP sales administration; Vaughdrea Harvey, manager contracts administration.


"Would You Believe It?," takes viewers on a tour of the world's most outrageous and entertaining stories; 13 x 30 min.

"Criminal Confessions," illustrates for viewers the workings of the criminal mind with tapes and interviews with criminals; 60 min.

"Magic Adventures," 25 films about kids traveling to invisible worlds, gaining mysterious powers and making magical new friends.

"Thrill Zone," 12 tales of fantasy, fear and the unexplained.


Lacey Entertainment 1414 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10019 (212) 754-5482 Fax: (212) 754-5481 E-mail: Booth: 1261

Attending: Brian Lacey, president.


"Pokemon;" 104 x 30 min.

"America's Dumbest Criminals;" 104 x 30 min.

"Mr. Men & Little Miss: The Lost Letter," animated holiday special; 30 min.

"The Mr. Men Show;" 40 x 30 min.

The David Lamping Co. 13 Berners St. London W1P 3DE, U.K (44-20) 7580-0088 Fax: (44-20) 7580-3468 Booth: 1511

Attending: David J Lamping, CEO.


"Asterix," fabulous animated adventures of Asterix, Obelix and friends; 7 x 90 min.

"Emmanuelle," erotic adventures of Emmanuelle; 10 x 90 min.

Le Sept ARTE 10 rue Marceau 92785 Issy-les-Moulineaux cedex 9, France (33-1) 5500-7777 Fax: (33-1) 5500-7700 Booth: 911; phone (504) 670-6363

Attending: Emmanuelle Erbsman, sales manager.


"13 Days in the Life of Picasso," documentary series looking back over the key moments in the life and work of the great master; 3 x 64 min, 2 x 52 min. or 90 min.

"Festival," series featuring people who love talking about movies; 4 x 26 min.

"IMF -- Russia: The Bid," a behind-the-scenes look at financial power in the global village; 52 min.

"The Great Belief of the Century," Communism in the 20th Century; 4 x 60 min.

Liberty Intl. Entertainment 1990 Westwood Blvd., Penthouse Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 474-4456 Fax: (310) 474-7455 Booth: 276

Attending: Randy Naft, president; Irv Holender, chairman; Robert Siegal, VP domestic sales; Patricia Ryan, exec VP intl. sales.


"Scope," science, nature, technology magazine series; 65 x 30 min.

"Cinema Legends;" 13 x 30 min.

"Phenomenon -- The Lost Archives;" 13 x 60 min.

"Magic & Beyond;" 26 x 30 min.

Lifesize Entertainment 708 Main St., Ste. 103 Boonton, NJ 07005 Phone: (973) 884-4884, (973) 394-0994 Fax: (973) 428-9550 E-mail: Booth: 3354

Attending; Bruce Frigeri, president; Jim McNally, sales and acquisitions.


"Under Hellgate Bridge," two old enemies confront each other when an ex-con returns to his old neighborhood for his brother's funeral. 108 mins.

"Who's the Caboose?" a mockumentary chronicling the fictional journey of actors to Los Angeles for the TV pilot season. 92 mins.

"Love from Ground Zero," three strangers are forced to take a road trip to fulfill the dying request of a mutual friend. 98 mins.

"McGraw Hill/Aviation Weekly's Top Hits," chronicles the history of modern aircraft. 20 x 60 mins.

Link Entertainment 7 Baron's Gate 33-35 Rothschild Road London W4 5HT, U.K (44-20) 8996-4800 Fax: (44-20) 8747-9452 Booth: 1511-23

Attending: Jo Kavanagh-Payne, senior VP; Daina Sacco, head of productions & acquisitions; Katherine Masterson, Cynthia Kennedy, sales managers.


"Polly's Present," three small animals discover a parcel inadvertently fallen from Santa's sleigh on Christmas Eve and resolve to return the parcel to the child it was destined for before dawn; 30 min.

"Preston Pig," animated series following the continuing and unsuccessful attempts by Mr. Wolf to capture and eat Preston Pig; 26 x 7 min.

"Monster TV," new comedy series introducing the friendly monsters with a desire to be TV stars; 26 x 15 min.

Lions Gate Entertainment 750 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 501 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 692-7300 Fax: (323) 692-7373 Booth: 901

Attending: Dennis Miller, president, Lions Gate TV; Joe Drake, president, Lions Gate films Intl; Kevin Beggs, exec VP series, Lions Gate TV; Jean Huang, VP intl. sales; Ellen Burditt, senior VP drama series, Lions Gate TV; Doug Schwartz, exec producer, Lions Gate TV.


"Busted on the Job," true surveillance footage of employees' missshaps and misdeeds in the workplace; 3 x 60 min.

"Red Handed," catch somebody you know in the act and teach them a lesson they will never forget; 13 x 30 min.

"Outrageous Vacation Videos;" 13 x 30 min.

"When Good Times Go Bad," amazing and tragic moments caught on tape that hit unsuspecting people during special moments in their lives; 60 min.

London Films 71 S. Audley St. London W1Y 5FF, U.K (44-171) 499-7800 Fax: (44-171) 499-7994 Booth: 1511-29

Attending: Andrew Luff, managing director; Christopher Roudette, sales exec.


"Grainger's World," documentary series on some of the world's most forbidding regions; 47 x 60 min.

"The Scarlet Pimpernel," drama series based on Baroness Orczy's classic stories set in England and France at the time of the French Revolution; 6 x 90 min. or 12 x 50 min.

"Tally Ho!," animated series that teaches children something about the world they live in and the people they live with; 46 x 7 min.

London TV Service 21-25 St Anne's Court London W1V 3AW, U.K (44-171) 434-1121 Fax: (44-171) 494-8025 Booth: 1511

Attending: Chris Courtney Taylor, managing director; John Ridley, general manager; Alicia Matthews, acquisitions manager; Reina Norris, sales exec; Jane Clarke, head of TV (FCO); Ray Donaghue, head of TV (BIS).


"Style Tribes," insights into image making in fashion, football, pop music, tourism, design and film; 6 x 50 min.

"Looking for the Iron Curtain," a drive along the former Iron Curtain from Stettin to Trieste; 60 min.

"London Fashion Week," designer shows, interviews and exhibitions; 30 min.

"UK Today," 30 min. monthly TV magazine about life and events in the U.K.


M5 34 rue Guynemer 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux, France (33-1) 4133-9696 Fax: (33-1) 4638-7466 Booth: 911

Attending: Frank Soloveicik, CEO; Anthony Zameczkowski, intl. sales exec.


"The Marx Brothers Show," animated series full of subversive, irreverent humor; 26 x 26 min.

"Herbert Von Karajan," documentary on a man whose life and work have marked this century; 52 min, or 80 min.

"Deprived Children in the Town of Ancient Czars," the plight of children living in the ancient czars' capital; 52 min.

"Endangered Civilizations," how human beings lived in perfect harmony with nature many years ago; 26 x 52 min.

M6 Droits Audiovisuels 89 avenue Charles de Gaulle 92575 Neuilly sur Seine Cedex, France (33-1) 4192-6866 Fax: (33-1) 4192-6869 Booth: 911

Attending: Bernard Majani, director; Marie Laure Montironi, head of sales; Isabelle Drouart, Laetitia Gavoty, sales execs.


"The Paths of Danger," documentary series about hazardous journeys through hostile environments across the globe.

"The Favourite Daughter," a woman returns to France to celebrate her parents' 30th anniversary, but the reunion quickly takes a dramatic turn because of a devastating revelation; 90 min.

"Till Death Do Us Part," a woman receives death threats from her ex-husband, even though he has moved to Australia; 90 min.

"The Diary," a woman, consumed by desire, remembers past encounters; 4 x 90 min.

MG/Perin 21 E. 40th St., Suite 1601 New York, NY 10016 (212) 447-5600 Fax: (212) 447-9320 Booth: 2065; phone (504) 670-5522

Attending: Richard Perin, president & CEO; David Campbell, Candace Fisher, regional managers; Carol Jacob, director administration.


"Life in the Wild," animal adventure and information series; 22 x 30 min.

MGM Worldwide TV Group 2500 Broadway St. Santa Monica, CA 90404 (310) 449-3000 Fax: (310) 449-3034 Booth: 100

Attending: Jim Griffiths, president, worldwide TV distribution; Hank Cohen, president, TV entertainment; Jules Haimovitz, president MGM Networks; Gilberte de Turenne, senior VP, sales & copproductions, Europe, Middle East, Africa; Simon Sutton, senior VP, intl. pay & free TV; Clancy Collins, senior VP creative affairs.


"National Enquirer TV," a light-hearted look at the people inquiring minds want to know about; 39 x 60 min. or 195 x 30 min.

"The World Is Not Enough," Agent 007 must race to defuse an international power struggle while the world's oil supply hangs in the balance; 128 min.

"Supernova," the story of a spaceship responding to a deep space SOS, only to find its crew fighting for survival against two threats.

"Return to Me," a romantic comedy about a successful architect who is drawn to a sweet young waitress.

MIP Interactive 11, Rue du Colonel Pierre Avia 7015 Paris, France (33-1) 4190-4949 Fax: (33-1) 4190-4645 Booth: 2211

Attending: Florence Giacometti, electronic developments/MIP interactive director; Pascal Perzo, MIP interactive sales director; Andrew Lerman, VP, U.S. sales; Dana Sparbar, U.S. sales assistant.

MTV Networks Intl. 1515 Broadway New York, NY 10036 (212) 258-7241 Fax: (212) 846-1948 Booth: 861

Attending: Kathleen Hrieik, exec VP intl. program enterprises; Debbie Back, VP intl. program enterprises; Jennifer Liang, Steve Patscheck, directors intl. program enterprises; Crystal James, manager intl. program enterprises.


"MTV Unplugged;" 30 x 30 min; 29 x 60 min; 4 x 90 min.

"Behind the Music," gives viewers a rare and intimate look into the personal lives of musical artists; 30 min; 27 x 60 min; 2 x 90 min.

"Spongebob Squarepants," a wildly enthusiastic yellow square sea sponge who is ready to play; 40 x 30 min.

"Rocket Power," extreme friends face extreme challenges in the animated extreme sports show; 40 x 30 min.

Magus Entertainment/Greenlight Intl. Amperestraat 10 1221 GJ Hilversum, The Netherlands (31-35) 6420677 Fax: (31-35) 6420668 Booth: 2911

Attending: Rick van den Heuvel, president; Jaap Joost Breijinck, VP, intl. sales.


"Simsalagrimm," the great European fairytale treasure-trove of the Brothers Grimm, presented for the first time as a TV series; 26 x 24 min.

"Renada," animated series about a tough little working-class girl with a big mouth and an even bigger heart; 52 x 11 min.

"Stitches in Time," the adventures of a boisterous, magical bunny; 6 x 30 min.

"The Velveteen Rabbit," the friendship between a boy and his rabbit; 85 min.

Mainline Releasing 1801 Avenue of the Stars, Ste. 1035 Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 286-1001, fax (310) 286-0530 E-mail: Booth: 3364

Attending: Marc Greenberg, president; Rich Goldberg, president; Jay E. Joyce, VP international sales; Tannaz Anisi, director, international sales.


"One Small Hero," a boy learns courage on a camping trip. Feature, 90 mins.

"Bloody Murder," nothing prepares a group of camp counselors for the terror-filled days ahead. Feature, 90 mins.

"Friends and Lovers," a sexy Generation X movie about best friends who pair up in unexpected ways. Feature, 90 mins.

"Pleasure Zone," romantic stories, erotic scenarios and real-life situations featuring the beautiful, the glamorous, the ordinary and the extraordinary. 13 x 30 mins.

Marathon Intl. 27 rue de la Faisanderie 75116 Paris, France (33-1) 4434-6600 Fax: (33-1) 4434-6605 Booth: 911

Attending: Olivier Bremond, CEO; Thorunn Anspach, sales & acquisitions manager; Emmanuelle Bouilhaguet, sales exec.


"The Marsupilami," animated series featuring the cartoon hero created by Franquin in 1957; 26 x 26 min.

"Saint-Tropez," romance-filled drama series; 156 x 52 min.

"Born Wild," series inviting children to discover the first moments of life of baby animals; 26 x 5 min.

"Surviving the Wild," a look at how animals threatened with extinction adapt to a treacherously changing environment; 8 x 52 min.

Mark Anthony Entertainment 1375 Broadway, 21st floor New York, NY 10018 (212) 271-2359 Fax: (212) 764-2917 Booth: 2480

Attending: Tony Intelisano, president; Mark DiPippa, partner; Don Barnett, VP syndication sales East coast; Grant Norlin, VP syndication sales, West coast.


"WXO Wrestling;" 52 x 60 min.

"Main Floor," weekly series focuses on fashion and beauty, celebrity and entertainment industry insiders and current trends; 26 x 30 min.

"Filbert Fopp Can't Stop," teaches kids about money and in doing so about life; weekly x 30 min.

Mediamax Intl. 387 St-Paul St., W Montreal, Quebec, H2Y 2A7 Canada (514) 987-5971 Fax: (514) 987-5970 Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5204

Attending: Annick DeVries, VP distribution & acquisitions; Sonia Thibault, intl. sales exec; Jean Vezina, intl. sales & marketing exec; Ina Fichman, producer; Norma Denys, producer Mimosa.


"Dogs With Jobs," stories of working dogs around the world; 13 x 30 min.

"Earth's Spring," showcasing people working together to create greater harmony between our environment and ourselves; 13 x 60 min.

"Turtle Island," an animated comedy about turtles who have collected the most fabulous treasures and now every pirate desires them; 26 x 30 min.

"Skiing: Gliding Through Time," docu; 10 x 60 min.

Mega Entertainment Intl. 150 W. 25th St., Suite 503 New York, NY 10001 (212) 242-0088 Fax: (212) 242-0808 E-mail: MEGANY@IBM.NET Booth: 460; phone (504) 670-5239

Attending: Ziv Sidi, Sharone Melamed, presidents; Natalia Viritch, VP intl. sales; Mor Sommer, production manager; Israel Dori, CEO, Mega TV Israel; Chen Sidi, managing director production studios.


"EZ Net SuperSurfers;" 26 x 30 min.

"Bug Off/Buzz Off;" 26 x 1 min.

"Prophesy Written on the Wind," exposing hidden cultures through the work of famous artists; 22 x 60 min.

"Travel Asia;" 52 x 30 min.

Minotaur Intl. 17-19 Maddox St. London W1R 0DN, U.K. (44-20) 7629-6789 Fax: (44-20) 7629-6799 Booth: 1511-15

Attending: Kathryn Rice, head of sales; Emma Lawes, senior sales exec; Patrick Robinson, seniormarketing exec.


"The Fantastic Flying Journey," animated series in which three children and their eccentric, inventive great-uncle, fly around the world in an ecological hot air balloon; 13 x 30 min.

"Mind Games," drama featuring a female detective inspector who is capable of entering the tortured minds of murderers by using her innate spirituality and deep Christian faith; 120 min.

"The Stretch," when a man is imprisoned for life for a murder he didn't commit, his wife must either walk away from the criminal empire he'd built up, or take it over; 4 x 60 min. or 2 x 90 min.

"Pretending to Be Judith," when an older man persuades a young girl to impersonate his dead mistress, she gets more and more into the role, with fatal results; 120 min.

Monarch Rims 368 Danforth Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07305 (201) 451-3770 Fax: (201) 451-3877 E-mail: Askopi7876@AOL.COM Booth: 3350

Attending: Arthur Skopinsky, president.


"Literature Trilogy," chronicles the lives and works of the foremost American authors from the time of the American Civil War until the present; 3 x 54 min & 70 min.

"Daddy Make Me a Star," a compelling journey through the forbidden eroticism of the adult film industry; 58 min.

"Street Talk and Tuxes," follows the lives and devastating histories and dreams of individual homeless street kids as they attend the only annual prom for homeless youth in the country; 55 min.

"Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women," this film shatters the half-century of silence by the Korean women who were forced into sexual servitude by the Japanese Army during WW II; 52 min & 87 min.

Moonstone Entertainment 335 N. Maple Drive, Suite 222 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 247-6060 Fax: (310) 247-6061 Booth: 2675; phone (504) 247-5320

Attending: Ernst Stroh, president.


"Intern," an overworked and underpaid intern's Cinderella-like ascent from mailroom to boardroom at an ultra-hip fashion magazine.

"Zalman King's Women of the Night," three entwined stories woven around a lawyer, comedienne, and an heiress; 93 min.

"The Prophet's Game," an innocent childhood game becomes a twisted game of wits when a homicide detective discoveres the game's deadly intent and takes matters into his own hands; 110 min.

"The List," after being arrested for solicitation, a high-class prostitute stirs up a scandal when she threatens to make public a list of her best clients.

Motion Intl. 465 McGill St. Montreal, Quebec H2T 4A6, Canada (514) 284-2525 Fax: (514) 985-4461 Booth: 2411

Attending: Stephen Greenberg, president distribution; Jean Bureau, exec VP intl. distribution; Heather Wyer, director, intl. sales; Christina Rogers, intl. sales exec.


"Little Men," chronicles the struggles of Jo Bhaer as she attempts to manage a boarding school for boys after the tragic death of her husband; 26 x 52 min.

"No Alibi."

"36 Hours to Die," man has a very short time to outwit the powerful crime organization bent on destroying him.

"Gabriel's Run," a sci-fi thriller about a man who sells his life to Lifecorps to pay for his dying son's vaccine; only to find out he wants his life back.

Multimedia Group of Canada 261 du St. Sacrement St. Montreal, Quebec, Canada H2Y 3V2 (514) 844-3636 Fax: (514) 844-4990 E-mail: Booth: 831; phone (504) 670-5264

Attending: Sari Buksner, senior VP, intl. sales & development.


"Show Me the Funny," hilarious home videos; 80 x 30 min.

"Beyond Medicine," shows viewers examples of alternatives for a healthy life; 26 x 30 min.

"The World According to Perusse," an array of visual gags to portray ordinary people with many unordinary frailties; 60 min. & 13 x 30 min. & 130 x 2.5 min.

"The Artists' Specials," meet the masters and get inspired by stories that dramatize relationships that develop between a fictional young person and one of the world's greatest artists; 6 x 60 min.


NBC Enterprises 3500 Olive Ave., 15th floor Burbank, CA 91505 (818) 526-6909 Fax: (818) 526-6922 Booth: 331

Attending: Jerry Petry, exec VP; Sergio Getzel, VP, intl. sales & business development; Saralo MacGregor, VP intl. sales; Geneen Estrada, director intl. marketing; Julie McLaughlin, director intl. sales; Rose Marie Vega, manager intl. sales.


"The Spring," a town's secret is so powerful that the inhabitants will stop at nothing, including murder, to keep the information from the world; 120 min.

"The David Cassidy Story," 120 min.

"Countdown to Chaos (a.k.a. Y2K)," an intense action thriller about the possible failure of systems in the country; 120 min.

"Sammy," animated comedy about unusual and strained real-life relationships between father and son; 13 x 30 min.

NBD TV Units 1&2 Royalty Studios 105 Lancaster Road London W11 1QF, U.K. (44-171) 243-3646 Fax: (44-171) 243-3656 Booth: 1511

Attending: Nicky Davies Williams, managing director; Andrew Winter, sales manager.


"Dirk Bogarde, Dario Argento, Mario Bava & Sergio Leone," film profiles offering a rare insight into the unique world of film making and acting; 4 x 60 min,

"Working Classical," Sir Paul McCartney hosts a very special evening at Philharmonic Hall Liverpool featuring Loma Mar String Quartet and the London Symphony Orchestra; 75 min.

"Jimi Hendrix: Live at the Isle of Wight," the legendary guitarist in his last major concert; 120 min.

NOS Sales P.O. Box 26444 1202 JJ Hilversum, The Netherlands (31-35) 6773561 Fax: (31-35) 6775318 Booth: 2911

Attending: Kaisa Kriek, seniorprogram sales exec; Frank Mulder, director of program acquisitions & sales.


"Living Fossil," documentary on a fish that was said to be extinct for 200 million years; 25 min.

"The Survivors," a conflict of nature between the golen spiny mouse and the common spiny mouse; 3 x 52 min.

"Biblical Creatures," biblical story told by the animals; 8 x 10 min.

"The Patterns," famous female fashion designers from around the world give insights into how patterns are created; 6 x 25 min.

NRK Aktivum Bj. Bjornsons plass 1 N-0340 Oslo, Norway (47) 23042520 Fax: (47) 23042720 Booth: 2431

Attending: Bente Sagplads, Liv Granaas, archive sales managers; Trine Fossan, buyer fiction programs; Marit Lovdal, buyer children's programs.


"A Tribute to Life," series that looks at how we can ensure sustainable development and the harmonious survival of humanity in the third millennium; 5 x 26 min.

"Sphinx -- Who Are You?" portrait ot the Norwegian playwright, Henrik Ibsen; 52 min.

"The Chinese Hospice," an account of the violent upheavals experienced by China in the last century; 47 min.

"Egil and Barbara," light-hearted guide to courtship and marriage designed for young people; 28 x 4 min.

Nelvana 32 Atlantic Ave. Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K 1X8 (416) 588-5571 Fax: (416) 588-5253 Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5217

Attending: Michael Hirsh, co-CEO; Toper Taylor, president; Emmanuele Petry, managing director, Paris; Marie Laure Marchand, director, European sales; Catherine Donohus, director, Canadian sales; Gillian Kirby, sales exec.


"Elliot Moose," is a part animated, part live action series about a group of stuffed toys who call their playroom home; 26 x 30 min.

"Maggie and the Ferocious Beast," a 5-year-old girl has drawn on a map where she takes her favorite stuffed toys; 13 x 30 min.

"Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse," an animated series about friendship, loyalty and the struggle for self-esteem; 13 x 30 min.

"George Shrinks," may only be three inches tall, but he never sweats the small stuff; 13 x 30 min.

New City Releasing 20700 Ventura Blvd., Suite 350 Woodland Hills, CA 91364 (818) 348-2500 Fax: (818) 348-3022 Booth: 3263

Attending: Alan Bursteen, VP.


"A Texas Funeral," a family gathers to bury a much-loved elder; 100 min.

"Bruno," an 8-year-old sets out to gain respect and understanding in a tough and sometimes cruel world; 109 min.

"Camouflage," a newly appointed detective is sent to spy on a blond who is having an affair; 97 min.

"Could It Be a Miracle," a series which visits ordinary people who have had amazing experienses with miracles; 24 x 60 min.

New Dominion 1000 Film Way Suffolk, VA 23434 (757) 923-1300 Fax: (757) 923-1340 Booth: 2634

Attending: Tom Naughton, president; Nicolas Valcour, VP; Kristen Eppley, sales associate distribution.


"Daring Capers," 10 x 30 min or 5 x 60 min.

"The FBI Files," 13 x 60 min.

"Navy Seals: Untold Stories," 3 x 60 min.

"Ghost Stories," 44 x 30 min or 22 x 60 min.

NewStar Worldwide 8955 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90048 (310) 786-1647 Fax: (310) 246-6544 Booth: 1831

Attending: Gene George, president; Ron Ziskin, president NewStar TV; Dave Collins, VP development NewStar TV.


"Millennium Parties," behind the scenes look at the worldwide celebrations; 52 min.

"Extreme Sports -- Driven," what athletes will go through to achieve the ultimate in the most dangerous sports around; 13 x 30 min.

"World's Craziest Parties," 13 x 30 min.

"Extreme Sports Gone Wrong," 5 x 60 min.

Nordisk Film Intl. Halmtorvet 29 DK-1700 Copenhagen, Denmark (45-33) 266880 Fax: (45-33) 266889 Booth: 2019

Attending: Kenneth Wiberg, Eva Nerman, sales directors.


"Beastmaster," the lost son of a great King uses his special gift -- the ability to talk with animals and share their powers -- to fight against the evil powers which took over his land; 22 x 60 min.

"Deadlocked," when his son is convicted of a murder, a man takes the entire jury hostage and gives the prosecuting attorney 24 hours to prove his son's innocence or they will all die.

"Guilty Hearts," true story of love, loss and redemption.

"Sinkhole," in the midst of the Mardi Gras celebrations, a large hole growing beneath the ground threatens to swallow the entire city of New Orleans, unless an unlikely hero can save the day.

Nu Image/Millennium Rims 9145 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 (310) 246-0240 Fax: (310) 246-1655 Booth: 2675

Attending: Danny Dimbort, co-chairman & CEO; Kate Hise, VP intl.; David Sobieraj, president domestic home video.


"The Replicant."

"How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog," a neurotic, abrasive playwright befriends a young girl with cerebral palsy and finds inspiration.

"Loving Lulu," a writer is drawn back into the life of his ex-girlfriend when she flees a mental institution.

"Octopus 2."


Oasis Pictures 6 Pardee Ave., Suite 104 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M6K 3H5 (416) 588-6821 Fax: (416) 588-7276 Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5204

Attending: Peter Emerson, president; Valerie Cabrera, intl. VP; Steven Murphy, director intl. sales; Kelley Reynolds, president Oasis Production; Mike Souther, director, acquisitions & development.


"Hollywood Superstars," biography series on action heroes and femmes fatales; 52 x 30 min.

"Grand Illusion," this series explores the question of just what it is about the world of magic that fascinates so many; 50 x 30 min.

"Debbie Travis' Painted House," shows how to transform any room from the ordinary to the extraordinary with a little paint and a lot of imagination; 75 x 30 min.

"Bad Faith," 12 children are missing and the police are getting nowhere; 90 min.

Overseas Filmgroup/First Look Pictures 8800 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 (310) 855-1199 Fax: (310) 855-0719 E-mail: Booth: 2834

Attending: Robert Little, co-chairman, co-CEO; Liz Mackiewicz, Brian O'Shea; intl. sales VP's.


"Lover's Prayer," a teenage boy's prayers are answered when he meets the beautiful princess he has worshipped from afar.

"Partners," a drifter steals a briefcase from a not-so-innocent traveler and finds himself caught in the middle of an international crime caper.

"Relative Values," a countess awaits with dread the return home of her son and his bride-to-be, a famous Hollywood actress.

"The Opportunists," an ex-con who has been straight for the past 10 years is drawn back into the world of crime for the chance of making one last score; 90 min.


PCI Distribution 49 Front Street East, Suite 400 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5E 1B3 (248) 626-90t2 Fax: (248) 626-8817 Booth: D-119

Attending: David Koyle, president


"The World is my Kitchen," a cooking show featuring Mewditerranean and other international recipes. 13 x 30 min.

"The Last Garden of Eden," tracks the journey of a wealthy young woman who gives up her American lifestyle and travels to Africa in order to help save the endangered species of Botswana. 91 min.

"Dinomight," a time travel experiment backfires causing prehistoric dinosaurs to appear in present day situations. 30 min.

"The Magic Show," filmed version of the musical starring '70s icon Doug Henning and Didi Conn. 86 min.

PM Entertainment 9545 Wentworth St. Sun Valley, CA 91040 (818) 504-6332 Fax: (818) 504-6380 Booth: 2449

Attending: George Shamieh, president; Chevonne O'Shaughnessy, VP, foreign sales; Jim Stern, JCS syndication services.


"Chaos Factor," an Army security agent accidentally discovers the skeletal remains of three American soldiers uncovering a web of conspiracy and injustice 30 years old.

"The Stray," a woman hits a homeless man with her car, feels responsible for his recovery and brings him home to her ranch; however, he has a hidden agenda.

"Hot Boyz," avenges the death of his girlfriend after the justice system failed to clear her.

"Question of Privilege," a defense attorney and her husband, the prosecutor, must come together to find the real murderer when the boys on trial are mysteriously found dead.

PM Multimedia C/Brezo 4 Urb. Los Robles 28250 Torrelodones, Madrid, Spain (34-91) 859-1913 Fax: (34-91) 859-0932 Booth: 731-M

Attending: Paco Rodriguez, managing director; Bonaria Fois, sales manager.


"Crab Island," Dimitri discovers that a parrot with magical powers is the only clue to track down the fabulous treasure of a great pirate, who was killed by slave traders; 78 min.

"The Dream Robber," a mad scientist threatens the world by changing people's dreams into nightmares and thereupon taking away their hopes; 70 min.

"Seven Seas," an exploration of what exists below the surface of the world's seas; 13 x 5 min.

"Capelito," clay-animation series about a forest mushroom; 13 x 6.5 min.

Pandora 7 rue Keppler 75116 Paris, France (33-1) 4070-9090 Fax: (33-1) 4070-9091 Booth: 911

Attending: Toby Melling, director of sales.


"Donovan Quick," heart-warming and witty retelling of "Don Quixote" set in modern-day Scotland; 106 min.

"The Magnetist's Fifth Winter," drama set in northern Sweden in 1820 involving a "magnetist" who restores a woman's vision, but at the same time arouses suspicion within the medical community and the local townsfolk; 124 min.

"Two Thousand and None," a brilliant palaeontolohist is diagnosed within an unusual condition that leaves him six weeks to live but his efforts to enjoy his remaining days end in fiasco.

"Hands on a Hard Body," a competition in which contestants from all walks of life try to keep one hand on a pickup truck for as long as possible in order to drive home in the truck; 96 min.

Paramount Intl. Television 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038 (323) 956-5000 Fax: (323) 862-3938 Booth: 160; phone (504) 670-5513

Attending: Gary Marenzi, president; Joe Lucas exec VP sales & marketing; Sue Akens, senior VP business affairs; James Dowaliby, VP production; Isis Moussa, VP marketing; Chris Ottinger, VP business development.


"Now and Again," a pudgy middle-aged man is, after being killed in a subway accident, allowed to live if he agrees to his brain being planted into a bioengineered miracle man; 22 x 60 min.

"The Beat," a buddy show about the lives of two rookie cops in Manhattan; 13 x 60 min.

"Higher Ground," at-risk teens try to put their lives back together against the splendor of the Pacific Northwest; 22 x 60 min.

"Largo Winch," the young, rich sole heir to one of the most powerful men on the planet; 26 x 60 min.

Paramount TV 5555 Melrose Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90038 (323) 956-5000 Fax: (323) 862-3938 Booth: 160; phone (504) 670-5513

Attending: Kerry McCluggage, chairman; Steve Goldman, exec VP, chief administrative officer; Joel Berman, Frank Kelly, co-presidents; John Nogawski, president distribution; Mark Dvornik, senior VP, general sales manager.


"Dr. Laura," daily x 60 min.

Park Entertainment Mortlake Court 28 Sheen Lane London SW14 8LW, U.K (44-181) 876-0207 Fax: (44-181) 876-4686 Booth: 1511

Attending: Jim Howell, CEO; Patricia Kershaw, sales director; Jim Reeve, producer; Denise Vickers, sales exec.


"The Lost World," Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's adventure classic; 22 hours.

"The Jack Higgins Movies," new TV movies based upon recent Higgins' best-sellers; 6 x 90 min.

"The Hunger -- Series 2," tales of the forbidden and the bizarre from leading directors; 22 x 30 min.

"A Long Finish," murder mystery set in the wine growing region of Piedmont.

Passport 10520 Magnolia Blvd. North Hollywood, CA 91601 (818) 760-1500 Fax: (818) 760-1532 E-mail: Booth: 1041

Attending: Dante Pugliese, president-CEO; Jeanette Pugliese, VP operations; Ettore Botta, director worldwide sales.


"The Best of Hollywood," 60 x 60 min.

"The Remarkable 20th Century," 10 x 60 min.

"100 Years of Horror," 26 x 30 min.

"A Century of Sci-Fi," 26 x 30 min.

Pathe Intl. 10 rue Lincoln 75008 Paris, France (33-1) 4076-6969 Fax: (33-1) 4076-9194 Booth: 911

Attending: Christine Hayet, director of sales; Antoine Cochet, sales exec.


"The Amazons," series on bodyguards and the situations they have to face up to; 6 x 52 min.

"French Riviera," the story of the place where crowned heads, artists, stars and rich people choose to live and have fun; 3 x 52 min.

"Plaisir D'Amour," series looking at how love and sexuality has been expressed over the last 100 years; 4 x 52 min.

"Decouvrir Le Monde," a comprehensive panorama of various destinations, seen from every conceivable angle; 20 x 52 min.

Peakviewing Transatlantic The Wheelhouse Bonds Mill Stonehouse Gloucester GL10 3RF, U.K. (44-1453) 826300 Fax: (44-1452) 826303 Booth: 1511

Attending: Elizabeth Matthews, CEO; Janet Blandford, head of sales.


"The Little Unicorn," a wicked circus master, stud farm owner and disillusioned magician hunt down the only living unicorn; 90 min.

"Merlin 2000," a meddling scientist awakens King Arthur and his knights; 100 min.

"Africa," a fashion model decides to drive to her next shoot across the African bush, but after crashing, she fights for survival and re-discovers what is important in her life; 90 min.

"Pets," two children and their pets form a small army in an attempt to fight three incompetent crooks over a truck full of stolen gold bullion.

Pearson Television 1330 Ave. of the Americas, 10th floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 541-2800 Fax: (212) 541-2810 Booth: 1775

Attending: Robert Turner, co-chairman, president & CEO; Tony Cohen, co-chairman & president, North American productions; Michael Weiden, president, advertising sales; Joseph J. Scotti, exec VP domestic distribution & marketing; Syd Vinnedge; Rand Stoll, exec VP programming, East Coast.


"Baywatch Hawaii," 22 x 60 min.

"Family Feud," daily x 30 min.

"To Tell the Truth," gameshow; daily x 30 min.

"Judgment Day," a court show that allows people to be judged by their peers on matters of personal conflicts; daily x 30 min.

Pearson Television Intl. 1 Stephen St. London, W1P 1PJ, U.K. (44-207) 691-6000 Fax: (44-207) 691-6060 Booth: 1775

Attending: Brian Harris, managing director; Joe Abrams, exec VP; Aideen Leonard, sales group head; Kathleen Donnan, sales group head; Jane Rimer, VP sales & development, North America; Emma McCallum, senior sales exec.


"A Song for the Season," a town stands on the verge of losing its best teacher when an uncaring school board sends a bureaucrat to cut the local school budget; 120 min.

"Robert B. Parker's Thin Air," the world's favorite private eye, Spencer, is back on the street in a case involving abduction and the city's fiercest crimelord; 120 min.

"Stolen From the Heart," a mother who has had a difficult pregnancy has her baby stolen; 120 min.

"Ricky Nelson Original Teen Idol," 120 min.

Pearson Television Worldwide Production 1 Stephen St. London, W1P 1PJ, U.K. (44-207) 691-6000 Fax: (44-207) 691-6060 Booth: 1775

Attending: Jamie Bennett, chief exec; David Lyle, head of Light Entertainment, development, acquisitions & resources; Doug Gluck, regional CEO; Carlos Gonzales, VP, Latin America; Alan Boyd, chief exec, U.K. production; Michael Murphy, CEO, Asia & CEO European drama.


"Win `My' Money," gameshow; 30 min.

"Make Me Laugh," gameshow; 30 min.

"The Big Deal," gameshow; 30 min.

"Grudge Match," gameshow; 30 min.

Pilot Film & TV Prods The Old Studio 18 Middle Row London W10 5AT, U.K. (44-20) 89602771 Fax: (44-20) 89602721 Booth: 1511-53

Attending: Ian Cross, managing director; Jess Halliday, sales & marketing exec.


"Treks in a Wild World," active journeys in some of the most scenic locations on Earth, combining ecology, anthropology and history, with outdoor pursuits; 26 x 26 min.

"Lonely Planet Series 6 & 7," travel series that focuses on destinations off the beaten track; 13 x 52 min.

"Shod History of the World," documentary series aimed at people who may want to explore historic locations themselves; 13 x 50 min.

Planet Pictures 4764 Park Granada, Suite 208 Calabasas, CA 91302 (818) 222-9000 Fax: (818) 222-4370 Booth: 29.15

Attending: Jim Hayden, president; Jenny Hayden, managing director; Peter Torvik, business affairs; Hiroko Tomono, client & marketing services.


"The Moment After," FBI investigates the Rapture, a Biblical prophesy where Christians are taken and non-believers are left behind to face horrors, including a worldwide tyrannical government; 92 min.

"Hike to the Clouds: Climbing Mount Scenery," a docu takes viewers up to the top of Mount Scenery on the Caribbean island of Saba; 60 min.

"Tech Now!," a weekly magazine format features all the latest and all the best in technology; 52 x 30 min.

"Drawing Power," animated series proves that cartoons for grade school kids can be informative and funny; 6 x 60 min.

Playboy 9242 Beverly Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310) 246-4000 Fax: (310) 246-4050

Attending: William Fisher, president, Playboy TV intl.; Jim English, president, Playboy Networks Worldwide; Jeff Jenest, exec VP; Dick Rosetti, president, production; Richard Bencivengo, exec VP production; Mary Herne, senior VP intl. distribution.


"Passion Cove," scenarios that occur in a unique rental hideaway nestled on the cliffs of Malibu; 26 x 30 min.

"Sexcetera," explores modern topics of erotica and sexuality; 12 x 60 min.

"Naughty Amateur Home Videos," 42 x 60 min.

"Strip Search," presents dazzling dancers in today's hottest strip clubs; 23 x 60 min.

Portfolio Entertainment 124 Merton St., Suite 202 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4S 2Z2 (416) 483-9773 Fax: (416) 483-6537 E-mail: Booth: 1910; phone (504) 670-5204

Attending: Joy Rosen, Lisa Olfman, presidents; Marina Cordoni, president, distribution.


"Pet Project," fun series for pet crazy people; 26 x 30 min. & 20 x 30 min.

"Something From Nothing," animated special follows the lives of two families, one human and one mouse who happen to inhabit the same ramshackle house; 30 min.

"Know Limits," an adrenaline-rushing, extreme sports series that delivers raw action and risk taking thrill seekers; 39 x 30 min.

"Adventures With Kanga Roddy," a seven foot tall kangaroo uses martial arts values with song and dance to help children solve their dilemmas; 26 x 30 min.

Portman Entertainment 167 Wardour St. London W1V 3TA, U.K. (44-20) 7468-3400 Fax: (44-20) 7468-3469 Booth: 1511

Attending: Tim Buxton, managing director; Gary Mitchell, sales director; Jane Baker, sales manager.


"Nancherrow," continuation of the epic tale of the Carey-Lewis family into the new found peace of the late '40s and early '50s; 2 x 120 min., 4 x 60 min. or 120 min. TV movie.

"Rosamunde Pilcher Special," documentary spesh on the bestselling novelist Rosamunde Pilcher; 45 min.

"Wrestling With Alligators," story of a young woman's rite of passage set against the faded glamor of an eccentric New Jersey guest house run by an aging star of the silent screen; 87 min.

Powersports Millennium 18226 Ventura Blvd., Suite 102 Tarzana, CA 91356 (818) 708-9995 Fax: (818) 708-0598 Booth: 1530

Attending: William McAbian; Tal Dean McAbian; Adi McAbian; Line Mykland; Eve Joffee; Johanna Samuels.


"Witness to History," significant global events shaping the past century; 10 x 52 min.

"Mysterious Forces Beyond," a series which educates and challenges the mind; 26 x 30 min.

"Miracle of Faith," recounts the events and evolution of Christianity through the biblical, medieval amd modern eras in the Holy Land; 3 x 52 min.

"Wild Mundi," a series of nature's most celebrated animal species; 5 x 52 min.

Promark Entertainment Group 3599 Cahuenga Blvd. W., 3rd floor Los Angeles, CA 90068 (323) 878-0404 Fax: (323) 878-0486 E-mail: Booth: 2675

Attending: Jonathan Kramer, president.


"Miami Sands," telenovela follows a woman's tumultuous road to true love, set in the tropical paradise of perfect beaches and perfect bodies; 110 x 60 min.

"Expose 2001," behind-the-scenes of the world's sexiest cities, from the exotic to the extreme; 46 x 60 min.

"After Alice," a washed-up detective is assigned to investigate an old serial killing case, and he discovers that he has psychic abilities.

"Contaminated Man," a virus that kills on contact is set free after a disgruntled employee breaks into a top secret laboratory and accidentally is infected.

Protele 201 S. Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33131 (305) 755-8125 Fax: (305) 373-1844 Booth: 761

Attending: Pedro Font, president & CEO, Global Media Distribution; Silvia Garcia, exec VP Global Media Distribution; Carlos Castro, exec VP Protele Mexico; Marlo Castro, VP sales; Mariano Vertiz, manager operations


"Laberintos de Pasion (Labyrinths of Passion)," story of a young girl growing up and making decisions on the loves in her life; 80 x 60 min.

"Mujeres Enganadas (Deceived Women)," a current day novela that reveals the inner anxieties and preoccupations of four women as they confront problems of infidelity; 100 x 60 min.

"DKDA -- Sueno de Juventud (DKDA -- Dream of Youth)," the story of a young girl wanting to meet the members of a musical group called DKDA; 80 x 60 min.

"La Casa de la Playa," a story of a father who controls his family with an iron hand, and the family's dark secrets and misfortunes; 100 x 60 min.

Public Broadcasting Service 1320 Braddock Place Alexandria, VA 22314 (703) 739-5000, fax (703) 739-0775 Booth: 2660

In New Orleans: (504) 670-5241, (504) 670-5242

Attending: Pat Hunter, VP programming, administration and communication; Dick Hanratty, director PBS Plus and PBS Select; Alison White, director, fundraising programming; Sharon Drayton, senior director, programming administration and communications.


RDF Intl. St Johns Hall 374 North End Road London SW6 1LY, U.K. (44-20) 7887-7500 Fax: (44-20) 7610-1511 Booth: 1511

Attending: Matthew Frank, director of program sales; Monique Cooke, sales & distribution.


"Dr. Livingstone's Last Journey," the story of Chuma and Susi who carried the body of the famous explorer 1,500 kilometers from northern Zambia to Zanzibar in 1873 from where it was transported back to England; 52 min.

"The Greatest Runners on Earth," program on the Tarahumaran Indians of northern Mexico who can run 200 miles or more without stopping; 52 min.

"Shipwrecked," series centered on 16 8- to 25-year-olds who were put on a desert island in the middle of the South Pacific for three months and left to fend for themselves; 9 x 30 min.

"Doomed Dynasties," story of the Kennedy, the Getty and the Gucci families, whose lives are cursed by misery and tragic death; 3 x 52 min.

RHS Prods. 720 W. Gordon Terrace, Suite 20F Chicago, IL 60613 (773) 525-6098 Fax: (773) 248-5868 Booth: 703

Attending: Richard H. Symon, president; Patricia L. Kerivan, director intl. sales; James Kerivan, VP marketing.


"Crosswords," gameshow where contestants solve crossword puzzles; 30 min. strip.

"Your Money, Your Future," help you achieve your financial goals; 30 min. strip.

"The Appetizer Caravan," chefs from around the world share their appetizer recipes and the wines to go with them; 30 min. strip.

"Medical Alert," covering medical treatments from traditional to holistic; 30 min. strip.

RNTV/NIS Witte Kruislaan 55 1217 AM Hilversum, The Netherlands (31-35) 6724238 Fax: (31-35) 6724489 Booth: 2911

Attending: Ge Van Leeuwen, senior consultant, TV.

RTBF - Belgian TV 52 boulevard Reyers 1044 Brussels, Belgium (32-2) 737-2111 Fax: (32-2) 737-4357 Booth: 1900

Attending: Ives Swennen, director of co-productions & commercial affairs; Victoria Metzger, head of sales.


"Bad Weather on the Planet," series on the severe climatic conditions that the globe is facing; 3 x 50 min.

"Ghosts of Victoria," a re-construction on the course of events that doomed the town of Victoria (Northern Chile) to oblivion; 52 min.

"Antartica," a portrait of this fabulous ecosystem; 2 x 52 min.

"Hidden Cameras," 150 clips of various duration.

RTL TV Aachener Str. 1036 D-50858 Cologne, Germany (49-221) 456-1970 Fax: (49-221) 456-1995 In New Orleans: Hampton Inn Downtown

Attending: Matthias Moritz, head of intl. sales; Dr. Marion Winter, sales exec.


"The Trucker and the Thief," when a robbery goes wrong, a female thief escapes with a valuable computer chip and goes on the run with the help of a truck driver; 90 min.

"Innocent Vixens," three teenage friends who stick together through thick and thin, decide to cover up their involvement in a young man's death; 90 min.

"The Law of Series," series featuring a police psychologist and a chief detective who are federal agents for special investigations when normal police methods fail.

"The Puma-Warrior With a Heart," a martial arts expert takes the law into his own hands when a group of terrorists kidnap his little niece.

Rai Trade Via Novaro 18 00195 Rome, Italy (39-06) 374981 Fax: (39-06) 3701343 Booth: 2402

Attending: Roberto Di Russo, chairman of the board; Andrea Portante, sales & marketing director; Sesto Cifola, sales director; Vincenzo Mosca, head of music and nonfiction.


"The Italian Soccer Championship," the Italian soccer championship Serie A, one of the most technically demanding leagues in world soccer.

"Cycling," live coverage of all the race stages of the 2000 Giro d'Italia, plus edited highlights of each day's stage.

"Aida," live recording from the Arena Di Verona, conducted by Daniel Oren.

"Requiem," live recording from the sultan's pool in Jerusalem, conducted by Riccardo Muti.

Regent Entertainment 1401 Ocean Ave., Suite 300 Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310) 260-3333 Fax: (310) 260-3343 Booth: 2205

Attending: Mark R. Harris, Stephen R Jarchow, partners; Meggan Kimberley, intl. sales consultant; David Garber, domestic sales consultant.


"Britannic," a spy thriller set on the doomed sister ship of the Titanic; 120 min.

"Crash and Byrnes," a CIA agent is forced to team up with a DEA agent and the duo become friends while tracking a notorious terrorist who is launching a deadly bomb with a virus; 120 min.

"Nostradamus," a mysterious medieval conspiracy attempts to cause Armageddon, and, when a modern-day cop intervenes, he discovers that he is the legendary Nostradamus; 93 min.

"The Ghost," a woman who becomes a legendary killer for the feared Chinese Tong soldiers; 93 min.

Roissy Films 58 rue Pierre Charron 75008 Paris, France (33-1) 5353-5050 Fax: (33-1) 4289-2693 Booth: 911

Attending: Raphael Berdugo, president & CEO.


"Berenice," adaptation of the play by Jean Racine; 90 min.

"Journey to Oz," series that gives life again to one of the most popular tales from world literature; 26 x 26 min.

Paul Ryan Prods. 205 S. Martel Ave. Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323) 938-5251 Fax: (323) 938-5914 Booth: Place De'Armes; phone (504) 524-4531

Attending: Paul Ryan; Bernard Feldman; Andrew Maisner.


"The Art of Comedy."

"The Paul Ryan Connection."

"Embarrassed: Life's Most Embarrassing Moments."

"Then and Now With Paul Ryan."


S4C Intl. 50 Lambourne Crescent Llanishen Cardiff CF4 5DU, Wales (44-1222) 747444 Fax: (44-1222) 754444 Booth: 1511

Attending: Huw Eirug, director of production; Cenwyn Edwards, commissioning editor of factual programs; Wyn Innes, director of commercial operations; Rhianydd Darwin, head of intl. sales; Anna-Lisa Jenaer, intl. sales exec.


"The Celts," series that traces the roots and discovers the character of the earliest Celtic culture and society; 6 x 60 min.

"Red Chapters," series focusing on some of the key events in the history of Communism; 6 x 30 min.

"Star Hill Ponies," three roaming, mischievous ponies choose a farm as their home, unaware that the landlord cannot stand animals; 13 x t0 min.

SFP 2 avenue de l'Europe 94366 Bry-sur-Marne Cedex, France (33-1) 4983-3602 Fax: (33-1) 4983-3604 Booth: 911

Attending: Sophie Villette, director of sales.


"The Day Before," comedy concerning what happens to a couple the day before they are due to be married; 90 min.

"The Swallows of Winter," TV movie about the children who, at the beginning of the 20th century, were roaming about the roads sweeping chimneys, singing and begging; 90 min.

"The Blue Mountains," a man disappears following the death of his wife and child but is tracked down in India by a woman who loves him; 2 x 96 min. or 4 x 45 min.

"Oriental Dances," an introduction to Oriental dance which skillfully combines scenes of contemporary life with excerpts of cinema classics; 52 min.

SPI Intl. 928 Broadway, Suite 700 New York, NY 10010 (212) 673-5103 Fax: (212) 673-5183 E-mail: Booth: 1021 & 2974

Attending: Loni Farhi, president; Stacey Sobel, exec VP; Clifford Tendler, VP German, U.K., Asian & African sales; Revi Ben-Shoshan, director, Latin American, Italian, South African, Greek & Israeli sales; Jodi Ann Heller, director acquisitions & co-productions; Clara Goncalves, manager, acquisitions & Brazilian sales.


"Secret Santa," follow a traveling band of merrymakers as they bring entertainment and gifts to thousands of children who wouldn't otherwise have a Merry Christmas; 20 x 15 min.

"Navigator," contestants call in from their homes to search for Ulysses' hidden treasure; 30 min.

"Classic Speed Racer & the New Adventures of Speed Racer," 65 x 26 min.

"Children of Toromiro," the Mansart children brave new lands, encounter different cultures, but the most difficult challenge is escaping the evil Avidhatti; 26 x 26 min.

SVT Karlavagen 112 S-10510 Sweden (46-8) 784-2383 Fax: (46-8) 784-6075 Booth: 2431

Attending: Pierre Helsen, head of sales & rights; Patrick Nebout, program sales exec; Tony Bodin, library sales exec; Birthe Lindgren, sales.

Saban Intl. 10960 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310) 235-5800 Fax: (310) 235-5446 Booth: 624

Attending: Stan Golden, president; Maria Eugenia Torregrosa, director intl. sales; Tomas Arteaga, VP sales German speaking territories; Sam Ewing, VP intl. co-production & acquisitions; Carol Holdsworth, VP intl. marketing & public relations; MichelleOrsi, director intl. publicity.


"Spider-Man Unlimited," 13 x 30 min.

"The Avengers," 13 x 30 min.

"Nascar Racers," this adventure follows a team of four young drivers as they travel across the globe competing in the sport of motor racing; 13 x 30 min.

"Xyber 9: New Dawn," a story of a young boy on a quest to become king of his troubled planet with the help of a supercomputer; 13 x 30 min.

Salter Street Rims Intl. 1668 Barrington St., Suite 500 Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada B3J 2A2 (902) 420-1577 Fax: (902) 420-0521 Booth: 1910; phone: (504) 670-5215

Attending: Catherine Tait, president-chief operating officer; Lynn Chadwick, VP sales; Clarence LeBlanc, sales exec; Charles Bishop, VP production.


"Cod," the story of the huge economic, political and social impact the codfish has had on our world; 3 x 60 min.

"Flightpath," chronicles the power, passion and people of aviation; 52 x 60 min.

"Bookfair Murders," a subtle and inventive murder mystery set at Frankfurt's prestigious Book Fair; 120 min.

"Skullduggery," twin anti-heroes take on Mr. X in a desperate attempt to steal the microfilm and save the girl; 6 x 30 min.

Salsa Distribution 3 rue de Montyon 75009 Paris, France (33-1) 5533-1300 Fax: (33-1) 5533-1303 Booth: 536

Attending: Lisa Hryniewicz, president; Jerry Diaz, VP of intl. sales; Morgann Favennec, sales & acquisitions manager; David Brower, director of marketing & licensing.


"Free Money," an FBI agent seeks to expose the corruption by her judge father and the local prison warden; 90 min.

"Bear in the Big Blue House," puppet series hosted by a loveable seven-foot bear that highlights learning, play and activity for small children; 91 x 24 min.

"Farscape," during an experimental space mission, an astronaut is hurled across space and time to a completely alien world; 44 x 60 min.

"Gogwana," claymation series set in the Stone Age in which the Gogs are forced to look for a new place to live, when their cave is destroyed; 30 min.

Schwartz & Co. 1223 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 283 Santa Monica, CA 90403-5400 (310) 394-8227 Fax: (310) 394-7871 Booth: 1138

Attending: William A. Schwartz, managing director.


"Christmas in Cartoontown," animated; 60 min.

"Bob Hope's Funniest Moments," 60 min.

"Times of Terror," 13 x 60 min.

"Operation Dalmatian: The Big Adventure," a Christmas special; 60 min.

Screen Media Ventures 757 Third Ave., 2nd floor New York, NY 10017 (212) 308-1790 Fax: (212) 308-1791 Booth: 961

Attending: Joseph Kovacs, president; Steve Nurkin, VP; Almira Malyshew, VP intl. sales; Todd Jackson, VP sales; Donna Tracey, director operations.


200 feature films

Seventh Art Releasing 7551 Sunset Blvd., Suite 104 Los Angeles, CA 90046 (323) 845-1455 Fax: (323) 845-4717 e-mail: Booth: 3370

Attending: Alan Miller.


"The Long Way Home," chronicles the struggle of survivors of the Holocaust to overcome world indifference and antagonism in an effort to establish a homeland.

"Karussell," a cabaret in the death camp of Therese-instadt was opened, and a film about propaganda was forced to be made in exchange for lives.

"Creature," deep into his transformation into womanhood, Stacey returns home looking for acceptance from his ultra-religious parents.

"The Comedians," a popular theatrical troupe, the Burstyn family, and the cultural milieu that supported Yiddish theater.

Showcase Warner Center 21800 Oxnard St., Suite 150 Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (818) 715-7005 Fax: (818) 715-7009 Booth: 2675; phone (504) 670-5320

Attending: Bibi Channer, director intl. sales & marketing; Teresa Dokey, VP distribution.


"In Pursuit," an attorney who is accused of murdering an abusive man after having an affair with his wife.

"Cherry," a young virgin having been dumped at the altar has sworn off men altogether until she decides to have a child and must find a donor.

"The Book of Stars," the story of a strong bond that exits between two sisters, one who believes her wounds run too deep to heal and the other who shows her how to live.

"Private Eye," a beautiful private detective falls in love with the man she's supposed to be investigating until he frames her for murder.

Alain Siritzky Productions 23 rue Raynouard 75016 Paris, France (33-1) 4224-5050 Fax: (33-1) 4224-6642 Booth: 911

Attending: Alain Siritzky, president; George Pilzer, head of sales; Rodney Good, sales.


"Scandal," forbidden tales taken directly from today's steamiest headlines; 7 x 90 min.

"The Sex Files Series - Part 2," sexy, mysterious tales of the supernatural; 7 x 90 min.

"Obsessions," series of erotic thrillers; 7 x 90 min.

"Emmanuelle 2000," Emmanuelle is coming back for the new century in a new series of adventures through time; 7 x 90 min.

Solid 11911 Mayfield Ave., Suite 9 Brentwood, CA 90049 (310) 262-3116 Fax: (310) 820-3056 Booth: 3243

Attending: Richard Propper, director intl. sales; Michael Pisarik, intl. sales associate.


"The Ultimate African Safari: From Cape Town to Cairo," 3 x 50 min.

"Swift Water Rescue," a look at trained professionals who courageously rescue victims from extreme and unexpected flooding disasters; 50 min.

"Cheating Las Vegas," inside the covert world of high-tech casino fraud where modern technology and stealth methods are the new weapons of choice for both cheaters and enforcers; 50 min.

"US Navy Seals: Hell Week," how this elite unit prepares its new recruits to battle international terrorism; 50 min.

Sony Wonder/Sunbow Entertainment 100 Fifth Ave. New York, NY 10011 (212) 886-4900 Fax: (212) 366-4242

Attending: Ted Green, president, Sony Wonder; Becky Mancuso-Winding, exec VP, Sony Wonder; Andrea Miller, senior VP, intl. sales & co-production; Loris Kramer, VP creative affairs, Sony Wonder; Ken Olshansky, VP development & production, Sony Wonder, New York; Jeff Holder, VP creative affairs, Sony Wonder.


"Lion of Oz," a animated prequel to the classic "The Wizard of Oz"; 75 min.

"Santa's Special Delivery," Santas electronic organizer crashes and he loses his entire address book; 30 min.

"Mega Babies," animated series; 26 x 30 min or 52 x 11 min.

"Fat Dog Mendoza," animated series about a 10-year-old and his dog who find adventures as they learn to be heroes in a neighborhood of extraordinary possibilities; 26 x 30 rain or 52 x 11 min.

Southern Star 8 West St., Level 8 North Sydney, NSW, 2060, Australia (61-2) 9202-8555 Fax: (61-2) 9956-6918 Booth: 2883

Attending: Catherine Payne, general manager, Southern Star Primetime; Katherine Kaufman, sales exec for Latin America.


"Lucy Sullivan Is Getting Married," Lucy parties her way around London with her flatmates and workmates looking for would-be husbands; series x 30 min.

"Second Sight," a gripping detective story combining the ingredients of classic whodunnit and contemporary psychological thriller; 2 x 90 min. & 3 x 90 min.

"High Flyers," a drama series for 8- to 12-year-olds about ordinary kids who do extraordinary things that is set in a big Australian country town; 52 x 30 min.

"Hi-5," educational, interactive and entertaining for preschoolers; 45 x 30 min.

Sovereign Pictures 13 Berners St. London W1P 3DE, U.K. (44-20) 7580-0088 Fax: (44-20) 7580-3468 Booth: 1511

Attending: David J. Lamping, CEO; Raymond Gray, president, Splash USA; Michael Campus, producer.


"Little Monsters," the stories of 30 kids, whose loveable antics engage both children and adults alike; 52 x 5 min.

"C15 the New Professionals," series dealing with the fight against crime throughout the world; 13 x 60 min.

"Tool Street Gang," animated adventures of a zany group of handymen dedicated to fixing and mending the broken and unwanted; 52 x 5 min.

"Glamour Girls of the Century," series celebrating the extraordinary love goddesses whose beauty and sensual allure fascinated us in the 20th century; 22 x 60 min.

Studios USA 325 Ave. of the Americas, 5th floor New York, NY 10019 (212) 373-7600 Fax: (212) 373-7660 Booth: 399

Attending: Steve Rosenberg, president; Arthur Hasson, exec VP sales & new business; Elizabeth Herbst, exec VP advertiser sales; Susan Kanto, exec VP marketing; Valerie Schaer, exec VP programming & development; Rob Fitzpatrick, senior VP business & legal affairs.


"Jerry Springer Show."



"Arrest & Trial."

System TV 45/47 rue Paul Bert 92100 Boulogne, France (33-1) 5538-2020 Fax: (33-1) 5538-2030 Booth: 911

Attending: Daniel Renouf, president; Peter Hercombe, VP; Sandrine Frantz, sales manager.


"A Frenchman Abroad," documentary series discovering six of the most beautiful destinations in the world, Burma, Oman, Quebec, New Caledonia, Northern Australia and Southern Australia; 6 x 52 min.

"Children of the Desert," series tracing the lives of children of nomadic people living in the world's desert regions; 6 x 26 min.

"The Complete Cosmos," a thorough grounding in the basics of space and astronomy; 25 x 10 min.


2 Match World Sales 89-91 Wardour St. London W1V 3TF, U.K. (44-20) 7493-3345 Fax: (44-20) 7493-3997 Booth: 1511

Attending: Delf Ness, managing director; Marie Hoy, consultant; David Harrison, head of TV sales; Mary Hermant, financing.


"Two Hands That Shook the World," miniseries; 2 x 90 min.

"Fred Bassett," cartoon series; 52 x 11 min.

"Exposure," "House Guest," TV movies.

"Daring and Grace," 13 x 26 min.

3DD Entertainment 190 Camden High St. London NW1 8QP, U.K. (44-171) 428-1800 Fax: (44-171) 428-1818 Booth: 1511-19

Attending: Lara Von Ahlefeldt, director of sales; Charlotte Parton, sales manager; John Gaydon, head of music; Justin Hatfield, head of film & original programming; Paul Lovell, head of traffic & publicity.


"It's Black Entertainment," program chronicling the intertwined roads of black music and movie history; 90 min.

"Vision in Film," series featuring exciting independent filmmakers; 6 x 30 min.

"Cliff Richard -- The Countdown Concert 1999," Britain's most successful solo artist performs five decades of hits before an adoring audience live at the NIA, Birmingham; 60 min. or 90 min.

"The Millennium Concert," spectacular night of stars filmed live at Greenwich on Dec. 31; 90 min.

TBS-Tokyo Broadcasting System 5-3-6 Akasaka, Minato-ku Tokyo 107-8006 Japan (813) 5571-3085 Fax: (813) 3505-1584 E-mail: Booth: 2202

Attending: Hirosuke Usui, Makito Sugiyama, program-sales managers; James McLeod, program sales; Gregory Bellon, exec.


"Sican," an exploration of the excavation and tomb of Sican in the north of Peru.

"Just Around the Bend," introduces you to beautiful underwater locales all over Japan; 5 x 45 min.

"Troigros," a highly acclaimed French restaurant where a father and son team will introduce you to many mouth-watering traditional recipes; 2 x 80 min.

"Cyber Team in Akihabara," a junior high school girl unexpectedly receives a magical robot from a guardian angel; 26 x 30 min.

TF1 Intl. 125 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau 92 128 Issy Les Moulineaux, France (33-1) 4141-2127 Fax: (33-1) 4141-2133 Booth: 911

Attending: Annabel Bighetti, TV sales managing director; Thomas Lesoeur, TV sales manager; Frederique Vinel, TV acquisitions for intl. distribution.


"Argai -- the Prophecy," animated series full of legends and mysteries; 26 x 26 min.

"Jesus," the last years of Christ; 96 min. TV movie.

"The Red Masters," portrait gallery of communist leaders, from Lenin to Castro; 3 x 52 min.

"Tribal X," animated series about three young pirates.

TV Azteca Periferico Sur No. 4121 Col. Fuentes del Pedregal DE 14141, Mexico (525) 420-5728 Fax: (525) 420-1435 Booth: 2220

Attending: Ricardo Salinas; Gustavo Guzman; Marcel Vinay; Ignacio Duran; Vicente Laliere; Pedro Lascurain.


"Broken Promises," after 25 years of marriage, a woman falls in love with a younger man and must decide whether to risk her family for lust.

"Of Love and Power," a very successful politician has to choose between power or true love if he is to fulfill his desire to be president.

"Let's Talk About Love," romantic and tragic love story concerning a couple who manage to overcome jealousy and the enormous obstacles created by their families.

TVF Intl. Suite 4 313-314 Upper St. London N1 2XQ, U.K (44-171) 859-8997 Fax: (44-171) 359-8927 Booth: 1511-31

Attending: Lilla Hurst, head of intl. sales & acquisitions; Joanna Langton, intl. sales exec.


"The Tiananmen Hostage," program looking at international politics in the aftermath of the Tiananmen hostage; 52 min.

"Wildlife Photographer," series following world renowned photographer Andy Rouse in his quest to capture some of the world's most dangerous animals on film; 13 x 24 min.

"Vets on the Wild Side," insight into the work of wildlife vets at the vast African national parks; 13 x 26 min.

"Backpacking Australia," a group of spirited young travellers are tested to the limit by their backpacking adventures in Australia; 13 x 26 min.

TV France Intl. 5 rue Cernuschi 75017 Paris, France (33-1) 4053-2300 Fax: (33-1) 4053-2301 Booth: 911

Attending: Jean Louis Guillaud, president; Olivier-Rene Veillon, general manager; Serge Ewenczyk, deputy manager; Catherine Charmet, markets manager.

TWI 420 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036 (212) 541-5640 Fax: (212), 265-5483 Booth: 365

Attending: Bob Horowitz, senior VP & director, U.S. TV sales & programming; Hillary Mandel, VP, distribution & development; Gene McGuire, national sales manager; Linda Lieberman, director, East Coast syndication sales; Greg Carroll, director, West Coast syndication sales; David Fry, director, Midwest syndication sales.


"Sport TV," highlights sport magazine topics; 4 x 60 min.

"Women at Risk," specials include reproductive health, sex after 50, teenagers, self esteem and women as caretakers; 4 x 60 min.

"TV.Com," a program that provides news and information about the Internet; 52 x 30 min.

"U.S. Olympic Gold," profiles Olympians and upcoming stars in both winter and summer events; 24 x 30 min.

Tapestry 11 Hanover Square, 14th floor New York, NY 10005 (212) 505-2288 Fax: (212) 505-5059 Booth: 3342

Attending: Nancy Walzog, president; Yvonne Body, VP, intl. sales; Nora Maria Diaz, sales exec.


"Critical Incident," the point of view of emergency medical technicians, rescue helicopter pilots, and ER doctors and nurses; 6 x 60 min.

"Red Space," reveals stories of the space race from the Soviet side told for the first time; 4 x 60 min.

"The New Detectives," observe modern-day forensic medicine and the scientific detectives who use the latest technology to solve difficult mysteries; 54 x 60 min.

"Going Places," a popular travel series; 20 x 60 min.

Target 41-42 Berners St. London W1P 3AA, U.K. (44-20) 7323-7900 Fax: (44-20) 7323-7933 Booth: 1511-07

Attending: Alison Rayson, managing director; Kate Bourne, sales manager; Sara Singer, sales exec.


"Up Rising," sexy, modern comedy that lifts the lid on idyllic country life and its apparently conventional inhabitants; 6 x 30 min.

"Kid in the Corner," drama about parenting, the hopes we have for our children and learning to live with a child who falls short of our dreams; 3 x 60 min.

"Pacific Drive," the loves and lifestyles of a group of hungry young professionals who live at Australia's most stylish address; 390 x 30 min.

"Dream Team," series that combines football obsession with our addiction to soaps; 206 x 30 min.

Team Entertainment 12300 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 400 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 442-3500 Fax: (310) 442-3501 Booth: 1211

Attending: Drew Levin, chairman of the board & CEO; Jonathan Shapiro, president & COO; Larry Friedricks, Paula Fierman, co-presidents, Team Intl.; Noel Cronin, managing director, Team Dandelion; Sebastian Lentz, managing director, Team Entertainment Germany.


"Call of the Wild," adventures of a 15-year-old boy and his dog during the gold rush of 1897; 26 x 60 min.

"Destination: Style," an inside look at the models and the people who make the world's most exotic places look good in magazine layouts; 26 x 30 min. Prestige I -- Movie Package, 28 x 90 min.

"Robin Leach's Wildlife Styles," 26 x 30 min.

Telcast Intl. Osterwaldstrasse 10 80805 Munich, Germany (49-89) 36079100 Fax: (49-89) 36079113 Booth: 2200

Attending: Thomas M. Hohenacker, president; Angela Doyle, head of acquisition; Evelyn Rottengatter, head of production.


"3-D Halloween," a mystical journey through Scotland's spookiest places and ghost stories on the most haunted night of the year; 52 min.

"3-D Safari Africa," Africa's most dangerous and amazing animals in stunning 3-D; 48 min.

Telco Prods. 2730 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 200 Santa Monica, CA 90403 (310) 829-4003 Fax: (310) 828-3340 Booth: 2402

Attending: Alex Paen, president; Bette Alofsin, East Coast director; Tim Noonan, Midwest sales director; Grant Norlin, West Coast sales director.


"Animal Rescue," showcasing heroic rescues of animals by all types of people; weekly x 30 min.

"State Police," re-enacting crimes involving state police officers; weekly x 60 min.

Tele Images Intl. 64 rue Pierre Charron 75008 Paris, France (33-1) 4435-1738 Fax: (33-1) 4435-1762 Booth: 911

Attending: Simone Harari, CEO; Marie-France Han, COO; Monica Galer, exec VP, intl.; Martine Couralet, VP, intl. sales; Philippe Alessandri, head of children's programs.


"Intruders," a look at why animal invaders are one of today's most serious environmental threats.

"The Explorers of the Forgotten Islands," program on the extraordinary scientists and adventurers that make up the crew of the La Boudeuse, which goes in search of the mysteries of the Micronesian forgotten islands.

"Untamed Australia," 12-part series devoted to one of the most fantastic groups of wild creatures in the world, the fauna of Australia; 12 x 52 min. or 24 x 26 min.

"Norman Normal," animated sitcom about an average 13-year-old boy who is the only nonsuperhero in his family.

TeleMunchen Kaufingerstr. 24 80331 Munich, Germany (49-89) 29093-0 Fax: (49-89) 29093-109 In New Orleans: Hotel St. Ann/Marie Antoinette

Attending: Dr. Herbert Kloiber, CEO; Bernd Schlotterer, managing director; Thomas Grillenberger, sales & acquisitions; Olivier Deflou, head of production.


"The Immortal," when his family is murdered by Mallos, Prince of the Undead, Rafael swears an oath to fight Mallos for all eternity; 22 x 60 min.

"Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda," Dylan Hunt and his team encounter a myriad of amazing worlds and fascinating people on their heroic journey to restore the society-system; 44 x 60 min.

"18 Wheels of Justice," a man travels across America in a 15-ton truck on a mission of revenge, following the death of his family; 22 x 60 min.

"D.R.E.A.M Team," series featuring a new player in the war against international terrorism and drug-trafficking; 20 x 60 min. + 120 min. or 2 x 60 min. pilot.

Teleproductions Intl. 4520 Daly Drive Chantilly, VA 20151 (703) 222-2408 Fax: (703) 222-3964 E-mail: Booth: 801

Attending: Larry Higgs, president; Ron Alexander, director intl. marketing & sales; Toni Lindsay, intl. acquisitions.


"360 Degrees," features human interest stories from around the world.

"Hawaiian Moving Company," lifestyle series features the people and places of Hawaii; 26 x 30 min.

"Ecoview," environmental topics; 26 x 60 min. & 13 x 30 min.

"Cuba at a Crossroads," a look inside Castro's Cuba; 3 x 30 min.

Telescene Film Group 5705 Ferrier, Suite 200 Montreal, Quebec, Canada H4P 1N3 (514) 737-5512 Fax: (514) 737-7945 Booth: 1910

Attending: Robin Spry, president & CEO; Paul Painter, exec VP & COO; Michael Yudin, president, Telescene Entertainment; Bruce Moccia, president, Telescene Film Group U.S.A.; Jennifer Chrein, senior VP, sales & marketing.


"Matthew Blackheart," a rebuilt WW II hero programmed to smash monsters is brought back to life in modern times; 120 min & 20 x 60 min.

"Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde," Francis Ford Coppola takes the classic tale of good and evil and tells it through the eyes of a modern-day scientist based in Hong Kong; 120 min.

"Fearless," seven young roommates who work as the ultimate thrill guides lead visitors with a taste for adventure through the most extreme sports challenges imaginable; 120 min.

"Live Through This," a mega-popular '70 s rock and roll band decide nearly 30 years later to go on a summer reunion tour; 60 min.

Television Syndication Co. 501 Sabal Lake Drive, Suite 105 Longwood, FL 32779 (407) 788-6407 Fax: (407) 788-4397 Booth: 2630

Attending: Cassie M. Yde, president; Robed E. Yde, director of marketing; Jill Yde, acquisitions coordinator; Barbara Ohnsman, marketing coordinator.


"High Definition Travel," 117 x 30 min.

"TacFORCE," military forces are captured during intense training that prepares them for global combat that they hope will never be necessary; 13 x 30 min.

"Waiting for Christmas," children and their families count down the days until Christmas; 25 x 2 min.

"The Golden Books Family Entertainment Animation Hour," 26 x 60 min.

Theatre of Comedy 210 Shaftesbury Ave. London, WC2H 3DP, U.K. (171) 379-3345 Fax: (171) 836-8181 Booth: 638

Attending: Don Taffner, chairman; John P. Fitzgerald, CEO; Richard Porter, creative director.


"As Time Goes By," comedy series about two former lovers who reunite after 38 years; 60 x 30 min.

"Love on a Branch Line," set in England in 1957, a young man is sent to a remote corner of East Anglia to assess the work of a government research unit and finds himself unprepared for the eccentric characters he encounters; 4 x 60 min.

Through Line Communications Paseo de Guadalajara 74 San Sebastian de Los Reyes 28700 Madrid, Spain (34-91) 654-1136 Fax: (34-91) 654-4002 Booth: 731-H

Attending: Cristina Abril, managing director.


"America Entre Dos Oceanos," the similarities and differences of both coasts of the American continent; 6 x 27 min.

"Atapuerca," documentary on the astonishing palaeonthological discovery of the oldest human fossils in Europe; 53 min.

"Cotas Cero," series on the relationship between man and sea life; 13 x 30 min.

"Naturaleza de Iberoamerica," documentary series looking at Latin America's National Parks; 4 x 30 min.

Tribune Entertainment 5800 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 460-5800 Fax: (323) 460-3858 Booth: 2374; phone (504) 670-5219

Attending: Richard H. Askin Jr., president & CEO; Karen Corbin, senior VP, programming & development; Liz Koman, senior VP, advertiser sales; Steve Mulderrig, senior VP, general sales manager; Jay Leon, VP, research; Henry Urick, VP, marketing.


"Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda," across the vastness of space, the crew undertakes the quest to weave civilization back together.

"Beastmaster," in a magical, mystical land, Dar battles evil warlords and demon spirits; weekly x 60 min.

"Gene Roddenberry's Earth: Final Conflict"

"Malibu, CA," a comedic coming-of-age story of two brothers who move in with their dad after growing up on the sidewalks of Manhattan.

Trimark Television 4553 Glencoe Ave., Suite 200 Marina del Rey, CA 90292 (310) 314-2000 Fax: (310) 399-1570 Booth: 705

Attending: Andrew Reimer, senior VP, worldwide TV; Carrie Lyons, director, TV sales; Kelly Trollinger, administrative assistant.


"Skipped Parts," a rebellious 29-year-old mom and her 14-year-old son are banished to a remote provincial town by her domineering father.

"The Delivery," desperate for money, two fellows accept the risky job of drug couriers.

"Bogus Witch Project," showcasing the best of the legion of "Blair Witch" parodies.

"The Sex Monster," a husband's fantasy of spicing up his marital sex life seriously backfires when his wife agrees to the scheme.

Troma 733 Ninth Ave. New York, NY 10019 (212) 757-4555 Fax: (212) 399-9885 Booth: 2403

Attending: Lloyd Kaufman, president; Michael Dwyer, director, intl. sales.


Troma Classics

"Crapston Villas," U.K. animated series; 10 x 12 min.

Butcher's Dozen, 13 horror titles.

Three-Fisted Action, 12 urban, war, and martial-arts action titles.

Trust Film Sales Postbox 505 Avedoere Tvaervej 10 2650 Hvidovre, Denmark (45-36) 868-788 Fax: (45-36) 774-448 Booth: A.28

Attending: Thomas Mai, head of sales; Rikke Ennis, TV sales.


"Sisters in the Sky," program about the joy of flying, the thrill of velocity, and about the meeting of two young female flying enthusiasts and filmmakers.

"Possessed," thriller concerning the fear that an epidemic may assume global proportions.

"Mifune," a successful yuppie conceals from his fashionable friends in Copenhagen that he comes from a family of farmers on the island of Lolland in Southern Denmark.

"Show Me Love," contemporary story about longing, the joy and pain of being in love, and the comical and heartbreaking aspects of growing up.

20th Century Fox Intl. TV P.O. Box 900 Beverly Hills, CA 90213 (310) 369-1000 Fax: (310) 4611 Booth: 11-75

Attending: Mark Kaner, president, intl. TV & worldwide pay TV; Marion Edwards, exec. VP, intl. TV; Peter Levinsohn, senior VP, intl. pay TV & PPV; Suzanne Krajewski, senior VP, intl. marketing promotion & publicity; Jayne Ferguson, VP, advertiser marketing; Mark Rosenbaum, senior VP, intl. TV.


"Malcolm in the Middle," the middle child of an eccentric middle-class family finds out he is a genius; 13 x 30 min.

"Angel," a centuries-old vampire with a conscience has left the small town of Sunnydale and taken up residence in the City of Angels; 22 x 60 min.

"Roswell," teenagers are in on a secret rooted in the town's international claim to fame as the capital of all things extraterrestrial; 22 x 60 min.

"Stark Raving Mad," an organized, predictable editor is paired with a successful, carefree horror writer, blurring the lines of his job description to somewhere between colleague and baby-sitter; 22 x 30 min.

Twentieth Television 2121 Ave. of the Stars, Suite 2150 Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310) 369-1000 Fax: (310) 369-1506 Booth: 1175; phone (504) 670-5627

Attending: Mitch Stern, chairman & CEO, Fox TV Stations; Rick Jacobson, president & COO; Paul Franklin, exec VP & general sales manager; Bob Cesa, exec VP, advertising & cable sales; Matthew Pugliese, VP, advertising & promotion; Ivey Van Allen, exec director, media & corporate relations.


"Power of Attorney," courtroom show; 30 min.

"Divorce Court," real cases with real couples facing real issues; 30 min.

"Dharma & Greg," 30 min.

"The Practice," 60 min.


Unapix Entertainment 200 Madison Ave., 24th Floor New York, NY 10016 (212) 252-7600 Fax: (212) 252-7630 Booth: 1138

Attending: Herbert Pearlman, chairman; David Dreilinger, COO; George Back, president, Unapix Syndication; Jim Coane, president, Unapix Productions; Scott Hanock, managing director, Unapix International; Rob Miller, president, Unapix Program Enterprises.


"Out There," investigative, probing look at the future of our society's health, livlihood, relationships and more. 13 x 60 min.

"Singles Court," a first-run hybrid of court and relationship shows that focus on solving real-life conflicts. Daily x 30 min.

"Legacy," a court show about wills and estates, where Stan Sanders arbritrates in the most dramatic cases. Daily x 30 min.

"Jackie: Behind the Myth," an expansive, intimate portrait of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis, framed by the times in which she lived and informed by the people who knew her.

United Nations Room S-805A, U.N. Secretariat Bldg. New York, NY 10017 (212) 963-6982 Fax: (212) 963-6869 Booth: 2400

Attending: Barbara Sue-Ting-Len; chief, AV promotion & distribution; Claude van Engeland, chief, audio-visual division, office of public information; William Hetzer, chief broadcasting & electronic communications section; Ary Rogerio Silva, video production, department of public information; R. Craig Hobbs, video production & marketing officer; Erika Paine, marketing assistant.


"U.N. in Action"

"Human Rights in Haiti"

"Legacies of War"

"Armed to the Teeth"

Universal TV & Networks Group Universal Worldwide TV 100 Universal City Plaza, Bldg. 1440, Suite 3030 Universal City, CA 91608 (818) 777-1300 Fax: (818) 866-2143 Booths: 775

Attending: Ned Nalle, president; Matt Cooperstein, senior VP, domestic TV syndication; Dave Mayer, senior VP, business affairs; Dick Silliman, senior VP, legal affairs; Annette Grundy, VP, creative development; Lori Shackel, VP, marketing & creative services.


"Blind Date," hidden cameras follow the escapades of two strangers on a blind date; 210 x 30 min.

"Motown Live," weekly music variety show; 26 x 60 min.

"Total Recall 2070," a man travels between Earth and Mars to hunt down and reprogram the unwitting victims of an insidious organization; 22 x 60 min.

Universal TV & Networks Group Universal Intl. TV 100 Universal City Plaza, Bldg. 1440, Suite 3030 Universal City, CA 91608 (818) 777-1300 Fax: (818) 866-2143 Booths: 775

Attending: Peter Hughes, Steve Jarmus, co-exec VPs & co-heads; David Ellender, managing director, Europe; Robb Smith, director, advertising & promotions; Rachel Mansson, director, marketing & promotions; Pal Cleary, VP, Asia sales.


"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," chronicles the life and crimes of the elite Special Victims Unit of the NYPD; 22 x 60 min.

"Randall & Hopkirk," two private detectives with a twist; 6 x 60 min.

"The Adventures of Lano & Woodley," Australian comedy duo; 13 x 30 min.

"Let Them Eat Cake," an outrageous comedy filled with scandal, murder and revenge; 6 x 30 min.


Varga 39 Grafton Way London W1P 5LA, U.K. (44-171) 380-1313 Fax: (44-171) 388-3782 Booth: 3178

Attending: Andras Erkel, CEO; Jan Sawkins, group managing director; Istvan Erkel, marketing director, U.S.; Lauren Levine, producer.


"Rambling Ted," the adventures of Rambling Ted and his special friends; 26 x 11 min.

"Living Large With Lilly," watch the world get turned upside down, as Lilly the cow tries to make her dreams come true; 39 x 7 min.

Videofashion Network One West 37th St. New York, NY 10018 (212) 869-4668 Fax: (212) 869-8208 Booth: 3379

Attending: Marlene McGinnis Cardin, executive producer; Jim Deutch, executive producer; Anne Adami, editorial director; Pedro Bunn Pereira, intl. marketing associate.


"Videofashion!" a weekly half-hour magazine-style series highlighting 100 designer collections from London, Milan, Paris and New York each season; 52 x 60 mins.

"The Designers," a long shelf-life, in-depth series profiling 13 of the greatest fasion designers of all time; 13 x 24 mins.

"Millennium Fashion," a year-by-year look at the most important and influential designer collections from Milan, Paris, London and New York; 13 x 48 mins.

"Fashion Classics," a look back at the designers, models and fashion makers who have shaped the face of style in the '80s and '90s; 26 x 24 mins.

Vision Europa C/Maria Auxiliadora 26 28220 Majadahonda Madrid, Spain (34-91) 6344608 Fax: (34-91) 6392386 Booth: 137

Attending: Juan Baena, exec. VR


"When Passion Is Alive," two prominent families take part in a series of unexpected events; 120 x 60 min.

"Dreams," a young widower has three women competing for his love, filling his life with tension and intrigue; 120 x 60 min.

"Calypso," story of two sisters who fall in love with the same man; 150 x 60 min.

"Sunflowers for Lucia," Lucia has two dreams: to become an actress and to meet the most desirable bachelor in the city; 120 x 60 min.

Vision Films 4626 Lemona Ave. Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 (818) 784-1702, fax (818) 788-3715 E-mail: Booth: 2402

Attending: Lise Romanoff, managing director; Michelle Siazon, distribution coordinator.


"Dish Dogs," a story about the friends you make, the jobs you take the women who change everything. Feature, 94 mins.

"One Hell of a Guy," a handsome devil (Rob Lowe) meets a living angel. Feature, 97 mins.

"Water Rats" (Policias Acuaticos), police action drama with daring underwater sequences in Spanish and Portuguese. 116 x 60 mins.

"Jaded," it started out innocently and things got out of control. Now the legal system won't say Meg's been raped. Feature, 95 mins.

Vista Street 9831 W. Pico Blvd., Suite 4 Los Angeles, CA 90035 (310) 556-3074 Fax: (310) 556-8815 E-mail: Booth: 468

Attending: Gerald Feifer, president; Paul Shrage, sales.


"Witchcraft XI," two L.A. detectives must stop the resurrection of warlock Will Spanner before he brings forth the dark forces of evil and causes the downfall of mankind; 90 min.

"Babes in the Woods," four cheeleaders, lost in the woods, reveal their erotic fantasies; 90 min.

"Springheel Jack," a young couple on their honeymoon encounter a serial killer leaving a trail of dead bodies across the desert; 90 min.

"Divorce Law Erotic Series," 12 x 30 min.

Visual International Hampton House 20 Albert Embankment London SE1 7TJ 44-20) 7820 4410, fax (44-20) 7582 9800 Booth: British Pavillion (#1511), unit 31.

Attendees: Shaie Selzer, chief executive; Alan Rudoff, managing director; Sally Cronin, head of sales and acquisitions; Jill Matthews, head of family Learning; Ally Ward, manager of home entertainment; James Belsham, senior sales executive.


"The Tom Green Show," an "anti-chat show" with a half hour of studio "guests" and prerecorded comedy segments. 27 x 30 mins.

"Stereophonics: Live at Morfa," shot in August 1999, the record-breaking Brit Award winning Stereophonics are on superb form in a 12-camera shoot. 1 x 60 mins for concert or 1 x 90 mins for concert and documentary.

"Hard Wired," each riveting episode of this sci-tech series explores another facet of the digital revolution and explains how technology is transforming life. 13 x 30 mins.

"Sex Death and Eyeliner," an intimate and graphic fly-on-the-wall documentary on the gothic and fetish scene, exploring the reality and fantasy of fetishism through the eyes of the people who participate. 1 x 60 mins.


Warner Bros. Pay TV Cable & Network Features 1325 Ave. of the Americas New York, NY 10019 (212) 506-4349 Fax: (212) 506-4310 Booth: 2075

Attending: Edward Bleier, president; Eric Frankel, exec VP; Jeffrey Caiman, senior VP, sales, planning & business affairs; David Goodman, VP, special programming & projects; William Short, VP, advertising, publicity & promotion; Pamela Schloss, director, advertising production.


"Veronica's Closet," 88 x 30 min.

"Madtv," 124 x 60 min.

"Jesse," 88 x 30 min.

"Who's Line Is It Anyway?," 103 x 30 min.

Warner Bros. Intl. TV 4000 Warner Blvd. Building 170, 3rd floor Burbank, CA 91522 (818) 954-6000 Fax: (818) 977-4040 Booth: 2060

Attending: Jeffrey R. Schlesinger, president; Josh Berger, senior VP, intl. sales & business development, Europe managing director; Kevin Byles, senior VP, thematic & advertiser-supported programming sales; Malcolm Dudley-Smith, senior VR intl. sales & business development; Lisa Gregorian, senior VP, intl research & marketing; Catherine Malatesta, senior VP, intl. production.


"Jack & Jill," series x 60 min.

"Opposite Sex," a teenage boy enrolls with only two other boys at a former all-girl high school; series x 60 min.

"Third Watch," series x 60 min.

"The West Wing," the inner workings of the White House; 60 min.

Western Intl. Syndication 8544 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90069 (310) 854-3261 Fax: (310) 659-7144 Booth: 2331, phone: (504) 670-5226

Attending: Chris Lancey, COO; Dan Zifkin, exec VP, national sales manager; Adam Lloyd, VP, Western region; Bob Pargament, VP, Eastern region; Ron Geagan, Southeastern regional manager.


"It's Showtime at the Apollo," from the stage of the Apollo Theater in Harlem, new stars in music and comedy; 54 x 60 min.

"Field Trip," a perky teenage inventor has discovered the secret to traveling in time and space; 26 x 30 min.

"Movie Magic," learn secrets of dazzling special effects and stunts in the movies; 10 x 60 min. or 20 x 30 min.

Winstar Worldwide 419 Park Ave. South New York, NY 10016 (212) 686-6777 Fax: (212) 685-2625 Booth: 437

Attending: Richard Lorber, co-chairman; Al Cattabiani, president, Winstar TV & video; Sheri Levine, exec VP; Richard DeCroce, VP, sales; Amy Smith, marketing manager; Julie Goldman, VP, Winstar productions.


"The Directors," profiles the most acclaimed Hollywood directors; 13 x 60 min.

"From a Whisper to a Scream," documents the music of Ireland's best songwriters and musicians; 6 x 30 min or 90 min.

"Ella Fitzgerald, Something to Live For," 90 min.

"La Chaconne D'Auschwitz," 11 living members met on the 50th anniversary of Auschwitz to recall the story of surviving between music and extermination; 105 min.

Brenda Wooding Production & Distribution 1753 N. Damen Ave., Suite 25 Chicago, IL 60647 (773) 281-6551 Fax: (773) 327-7313 Booth:

Attending: Brenda Wooding, director.


"Everything I Have Is Yours," program on living organ-donor transplant surgery; 60 min.

"Sister Helen: Running on Faith," a Benedictine nun who runs a safe house for alcohol and drug-addicted men in the Bronx; 90 min.

"Vegetable Hospital," adult animation spoof straight out of every soap opera; 26 x 5 min.

Worldwide Entertainment 6601 Center Drive West, Suite 500 Los Angeles, CA 90045 (310) 348-8188 Fax: (310) 8190 Booth: 2675; phone (504) 670-5320

Attending: Barbara Mudge, president.


X-Dream Intl. The Coach House Ashford Lodge Halstead Essex CO9 2RR, U.K. (44-20) 7244-1000 Fax: (44-20) 7244-0101 Booth: 1511

Attending: Alistair Gosling, managing director; Juanjo Marquez, Ben Barrett, Lucy Malt, sales directors.


"Winter Extreme Games 2000" & "Summer Extreme Games 2000," top sportsmen and women from across the world compete in extreme-sports events; 30 x 30 min.

"Extreme 16mm," series focusing on the filmmakers, the athletes, the music and, most importantly, the films that have helped define "extreme sports"; 26 x 30 min.

"Ride TV," raw action and powerful interviews hosted by the world's top extreme-sports athletes; 13 x 30 min.

"Invert TV," a look at the awesome adrenalin stunts and events in the world of extreme sports.


ZDF Enterprises Lise-Meitner-Str. 9 D-55129 Mainz, Germany (49-6131) 991-281 Fax: (49-6131) 991-259 In New Orleans: Saint Louis Hotel

Attending: Alexander Coridass, president; Fred Burcksen, VP, sales; Horst Muller, snr. VP, North American operations; Hans Jurgen Steimer, VP, acquisitions & co-productions; Siegfried Braun, creative director.


"Air Rescue Team," series featuring an air rescue team who are ready for action within seconds whenever there are serious casualties in Hamburg; 29 x 45 min. & 90 min. pilot.

"T.E.A.M Berlin," a four-member special unit of the Berlin police goes into action whenever a crisis situation arises; 3 x 90 min.

"The Arabian Prince," a seemingly straight-forward renovation project leads an ethnologist, specializing in ancient textile studies, into a series of dangerous events; 2 x 90 min.

"Heaven, Hell & Nirvana -- the Great Redeemers," series portraying the religious founders Jesus, Mohammed and Buddha; 3 x 45 min.

ZDTV 650 Townsend St. San Francisco, CA 94103 (415) 551-4500 Fax: (415) 551-4889 Booth: 2661

Attending: Larry Wangberg, CEO; Joe Gillespie, COO; Tom Grams, head of worldwide sales; Greg Drebin, senior VP, programming & production; Peter Hammersly, VP & exec producer; Glenn Farrell, VP, marketing & communications.


"Zip Files," news and information about technology, the Internet and computing; weekly x 30 min.

"Gamespot TV," product reviews, demos and news into the latest in computer and console games; weekly x 30 min.

"Technology News Feed," source for technology and computer industry news.

"ZDTV News," daily x 30 min.

Zia Film Distribution 8306 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 690 Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (323) 935-8190 Fax: (323) 935-9221 E-mail: Booth: 2915; mobile phone: (213) 305-7706

Attending: Bobbi Valentine Heller, president; Douglas M. Heller, exec VP; Herb Dorfman, VP, home entertainment.


"High Seas Cops," U.S. Coast Guard takes you on exciting missions of the high seas; 55 min.

"In Search of a Lost Princess," explores the myths and facts behind which one of the Russian tsar's daughters survived and ultimately escaped the 1918 family massacre; 55 min.

"Planet Music," offers six different genre's of music, each presented with a weekly host; 312 x 24 min.

"Preemies: The Fight for Life," an in-depth look at some of the most advanced neonatal care centers in the U.S.; 55 min.

-- Product listings compiled by Carol Swanson in Lincoln, Neb., and Lee Simkins in London.
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