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Find Me in Paris focuses on a time-travelling ballet dancer
Japanese broadcaster NHK has picked up the first season of a live-action tween series from French distributor Federation Kids & Family.
Find Me in Paris follows a young ballet dancer and student at the Paris Opera School who is secretly a time traveller from the past.
The series is produced by Cottonwood Media alongside German pubcaster ZDF and its commercial arm ZDF Enterprises, Be-Films and the Opera National de Paris. David Michel, Zoé Carrera Allaix, Cecile Lauritano exec produce the title, which is directed by Matt Bloom.
Find Me in Paris is distributed worldwide by Federation Kids & Family, excluding German-speaking territories and Scandinavia, where sales are handled by ZDF Enterprises.
Federation recently secured a number of international sales of the show, with buyers including Disney France, ABC in Australia and RTP in Portugal.