LA-based distributor and producer GRB Entertainment has sent several true crime documentaries to a raft of international broadcasters.
Heading to the Caribbean via International Media Content Limited is the hour-long doc Black and Blue, which details the police brutality and racial profiling of young black men.
In Poland, Polsat has acquired the 105-minute The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter, detailing the Manson Family and outlining the locations connected to the Sharon Tate and LaBianca murders, while WP1 Grupa has taken Babies Behind Bars, a 90-minute doc following the lives of female inmates at Washington Corrections Center participating in a program allowing them to raise their babies while they serve time.
Danish Broadcasting Corporation in Denmark, and Sony Entertainment Networks in the UK have also picked up Babies Behind Bars.
Sony in the UK has also picked up Until Proven Innocent: The Hannah Overton Story, examining the mysterious salt poisoning death of four-year old Andrew Burd.