A still from Predator Bloodlines, a wildlife documentary series. Image via Flame Distribution

A still from Predator Bloodlines, a wildlife documentary series. Image via Flame Distribution

Flame Distribution has launched over 280 hours of new content that will be available to buyers at FTE-APEX Asia EXPO in Singapore from 12-13 November, which will include the first-ever APEX Asia Content Market,

Highlights include a range of nature and travel content. Thomas Gould, VP Content Sales, Worldwide Transport at Flame Distribution, recently remarked on audiences’ growing appetite for wildlife- and nature-related content.

A series called Predator Bloodlines captures the daily lives of six animals of the Maasai Mara and Greater Kruger National Park as they strive for survival in the wild, while documentary Bondi Forever explores the emergence of Bondi from a tranquil beachside suburb to one of the most recognized places on earth.

A still from Seeing Canada, a travel documentary series. Image via Flame Distribution.

A still from Seeing Canada, a travel documentary series. Image via Flame Distribution

Travel content includes the second series of journalist Brandy Yanchyk’s Seeing Canada, which connects viewers with Canada’s nature and culture. Colours, a documentary series, takes the audience on a visual and cultural journey through China to explore the influence color has on people’s lives, with each episode focusing on a different hue.

Flame Distribution’s new slate also contains titles concerned with health and science. In the series How Not to Get Cancer, surgeon Richard Babor travels the world to meet experts, discover treatments and try and understand what people can do to lower the risk of cancer. Our Infinite Universe, a science and technology documentary, explores the question of whether infinity exists, and sees leading thinkers from multiple disciplines reveal the latest scientific research on the topic.

Finally, Flame Distribution will be showcasing a series of biographies on rock stars including Elvis Presley, Jim Morrison and Mick Jagger, as well as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.