TBI: Fugitive teams with MO Studios, prep scripted and factual projects

Portrait images of OLivia Wingate and Anthony Kimble
L-R: Olivia Wingate and Anthony Kimble

UK-based production and financing company Fugitive has formed a new development and representation partnership with US prodco MO Studios. 

The companies have already announced the first project to emerge from their partnership, The Fugitive Game, a period drama set around the rise of the Dada movement and the creation of The Cabaret Voltaire.

The series follows Emmy Hennings, a German national who gains fame and fortune, loses it all and then hustles her way back into the spotlight, reinventing herself in the process and spurring the creation of one of the most influential art movements in history.

Fugitive will be launching the series to the international market at Mercato Internazionale Audiovisivo (MIA) in Rome this month.

Alongside the scripted project, the companies are also developing a four-part documentary series – Dada, The Mother Of Protest Art – which will examine how Dada turned artists into activists for the first time in 1916, as well as its lineage of modern-day protest art.

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