Harbour Rights is dedicated to bringing a wide range of content to the Asia-Pacific region and signed a 100 hours documentary package with Huanxi Media, delivering history, travel, arts, and human stories to their SVOD subscribers in China. Among the selection are one-off history specials Becoming Chanel (1×52), The Bridges of Paris (1×52), and FBI vs Chaplin (1×52) as well as a selection of 21 episodes of our 4K flagship travel series Flavors.

With increasing awareness of justice and racial issues, especially in recent months, RTHK picked up Color of Justice (1×52) which introduce the quest of a legal team conducting a mock trial to rectify Eric Gardner’s denial of justice, a black American who died after being confronted and put in a chokehold by an NYC Police officer.

Still from ‘The Sea of Itami Jun’. Courtesy of Harbour Rights.

Our feature-length Arts documentary, The Sea of Itami Jun (1x112mins) was licensed to Sky TV in New Zealand, paying tribute to world-renowned architecture designer Mr. Itami Jun. We discover the philosophy of his works throughout Korea and Japan, between modernity and harmony with nature.

Harbour Rights scored a pay-TV deal in Thailand, with True Vision acquiring a mix of documentaries including China Express (6×52) from France Television and a number of investigations exploring the industrial food industry. Still, in Thailand, Wind Quest (8×52) season 4, a combined experience of a scientific journey of wind study and its influence towards people and their lifestyle around the world was licensed to Thai PBS.