Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Yes Studios, the Tel Aviv-based producer and distributor behind “Fauda,” has scored major deals on “44 Hours,” a documentary feature about Gil Avni, a healthy 33-year-old father of two who was diagnosed with cerebral edema and miraculously recovered.
The feature-length documentary has been acquired by Amazon Prime Video in the U.S. and by NRK in Norway for its linear channels and VOD platform.
The feature version has also been licensed to DocEdge Virtual Cinema, the year-round viewing platform that supports the influential Doc Edge Festival in New Zealand. “44 Hours” garnered hit ratings on Yes TV earlier this year, and ranked in the Top 10 titles on Netflix in Israel.
Yes Studios handles worldwide distribution for the documentary. “44 Hours” tells the moving journey of Avni, who was rushed to hospital after becoming suddenly ill.Read more on variety.com