Formed by Daniel Prior, Creative Director, and Kiran Jethwa (in pic), Director, Quite Bright Films Lifestyle has worked previously with Sony Pictures Television on reality series.
Sony Pictures Television (SPT) has signed a development deal with African producer Quite Bright Films Lifestyle (QBLF) for a series of cookery shows.
Formed by Daniel Prior, Creative Director, and Kiran Jethwa, Director, QBLFs reported aim is to become the regions leading producer in factual and lifestyle entertainment.
Jethwa is a chef, restaurateur and TV presenter, who has previously made cookery adventures shows including The Fearless Chef for National Geographic and Extreme Foods on Channel 4.
SPT will distribute the shows that will emerge from the partnership. Sarah Edwards, Creative Director of global unscripted formats, SPT said: We are delighted to develop some new and ambitious formats around adventure cookery with Kiran and the team and bring a fresh spin on a genre that continues to entice broadcasters worldwide due to their adaptability and their ability to appeal to a wide audience.
SPT and QBFL have worked together previously. QBFL produces a local version of SPTs hit studio-based, reality series Dragons Den in Kenya (known locally as Lions Den).