Sabrina Duguet

Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific, all3media international

Sabrina Duguet
EVP Asia Pacific, all3media international

After studying in France, Duguet completed her exams in one of the best television and cinema production schools in Paris. After graduating she went on to work in production for entertainment programmes, feature documentaries and films in France.

Duguet has then worked and lived in the U.K. for nearly 11 years. She began by working within distribution for Indigo Film and Television where she was responsible for the distribution of drama series, kids programming, films and documentaries for Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe and Asia. She joined all3media in 2010 becoming SVP international format sales, leading the format sales team as well as covering formats sales for France, Germany, Netherlands, Asia and Russia.

In 2015 Duguet was appointed EVP for Asia Pacific overseeing sales of both completed and formats programmes to the region. 2016 sees all3media international launched its Asia Pacific regional Sales office with Duguet relocating to Singapore in December 2016 to head up the office.

Wednesday 28 August 2019-61

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Independent, glamorous and unflappable detective, Miss S, debuts in China in spring 2020, breaking new ground for Australian scripted drama adaptations and upping indie distributor all3media international’s involvement in the region’s booming scripted formats environment. The 30-episode Mandarin version of high-end Australian drama “Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries”, set in 1930s Shanghai, stars Ma Yi Li as the eponymous Miss S. Distributed by all3media international’s Singapore-based regional office, the series is produced by the Shanghai 99 Visual Company in collaboration with Tencent Penguin Film and artist management company Easy Entertainment. The show was created by Australian production house Every Cloud Productions; Miss Fisher creators Fiona Eagger and Deb Cox are creative consultants on the Chinese adaptation. They join series Producer and Head Writer, Jin Weiyi, and Shanghai 99 Visual Company Vice General Manager, Wu Xiao, to talk about the Miss Fisher journey, including why they chose this particular series, translating ideas and themes, their experiences making modern TV’s cheekiest detective work in Chinese for China, and what this landmark production means in broader terms in China and abroad.