From now on, Onza Distribution will represent more than 100 hours of documentaries premiered on Canal Historia in Spain and Portugal.

Onza Distribution announced an agreement with The History Channel Iberia to become an international distributor of a wide variety of documentaries produced in Spain and Portugal.

The selection of titles includes a wide variety of topics such as current affairs, video games, science, religion, war or sports. All of them have premiered on the History Channel in Spain and Portugal.

In this way, Onza Distribution consolidates itself as a key distributor, with big names among its partners. In addition to selling its own productions, Onza distributes TVI telenovelas and Movistar Latin America fiction series.

Carlos Garde, director of Onza Distribution, stated: “This deal with The History Channel Iberia is another step in our international growth strategy. We want to work with the best producers, and the recent agreements with Movistar, The History Channel Iberia go in that direction. We are also working on other agreements that we will announce soon”.

“Our catalog is now more diverse thanks to this agreement with the History Channel, these are very surprising and high-quality productions that will surprise many international buyers,” he added.

All these documentaries will be presented in the next virtual edition of ATF. According to the distributor, its “extensive experience in the Asian market will ensure sales in those territories.”

Among the titles of the agreement, is Una historia del futuro (4 × 45′), a production of Onza for the History Channel. In each episode, a scientist analyzes how society has historically overcome problems in the past to prevent them in the future. The topics addressed in each of the chapters are: climate, democracy, globalization and work.

Other documentaries are Gamer Sapiens (6×45′), Microkillers (6×45′), three seasons of Extraterrestres (5×30′, 6×45′ and 6×45′, respectively), Impossible Sports (6×30′), 12 Under the Stars (6×60′), Faces of Fatima (1×60′), Templar Territory (6×60′) and Spain: A Lab of War (6×60′).