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Paris Olympics Organizers Hope Summer Games Will Showcase France’s Modernity, From Gender-Balanced Events to Sustainability Initiatives - variety.com - France - Paris
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18.04.2024 / 15:47

Paris Olympics Organizers Hope Summer Games Will Showcase France’s Modernity, From Gender-Balanced Events to Sustainability Initiatives

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent It was in the land that took “Liberté, égalité, fraternité” as its motto that women were first allowed to participate in the Olympic Games, in 1900. This summer, the French capital will come full circle as it hosts the first-ever gender-balanced Olympics. From politicians to business titans to cultural leaders, the most powerful forces in Paris are aligning to make the three weeks of the Games a showcase for the modernity of France.

‘The Last Days of the Hospital,’ ‘Fixing the War,’ ‘The Shadow of Yoluja’ Pick Up Top Industry Prizes at Visions du Réel - variety.com - France - Switzerland - Iran
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18.04.2024 / 00:07

‘The Last Days of the Hospital,’ ‘Fixing the War,’ ‘The Shadow of Yoluja’ Pick Up Top Industry Prizes at Visions du Réel

Lise Pedersen Two new cash prizes introduced this year in Swiss film festival Visions du Reel’s industry section, VdR-Industry, were among a flurry of awards handed out as the program wrapped in Nyon, Switzerland, on Wednesday. The Eurimages Co-production Development Award, created to promote the fund’s role in encouraging international co-production from the initial stages of a project, and which comes with a cash prize of €20,000 ($22,000), went to “The Last Days of the Hospital” by Mehran Tamadon (“My Worst Enemy,” “Bassidji”).

France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron to Be Subject of Biopic Series From Gaumont - variety.com - France - Paris
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16.04.2024 / 13:11

France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron to Be Subject of Biopic Series From Gaumont

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent France’s first lady, Brigitte Macron, will be the subject of a biopic series produced by French mini-major Gaumont. The six-part show is being penned by Bénédicte Charles and Olivier Pouponneau, who previously teamed on the thriller series “J’ai menti.” Titled “Brigitte, une femme libre” (“Brigitte, a free woman”), the series will chart the life of French President Emmanuel Macron‘s wife. Gaumont is keeping the plot of the show under wraps and will be announcing the cast in the next few weeks.

Canneseries Festival to Remain Standalone Event in Spring Without MipTV; Canal+ to Return as Sponsor - variety.com - France
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15.04.2024 / 15:38

Canneseries Festival to Remain Standalone Event in Spring Without MipTV; Canal+ to Return as Sponsor

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent While MipTV is relocating to London with a revamped format, Canneseries Festival is sticking to its guns and will remain as a standalone event in the spring on the Croisette. Benoit Louvet, the managing director of Canneseries, told Variety in an exclusive interview that the festival will return in 2025 on April 22-27 with its major partners, the city of Cannes, the region PACA and the Vivendi-owned pay TV group Canal+.

‘I, the Executioner,’ Cannes Midnight Screening Thriller, Picked Up by Korea’s CJ ENM - variety.com - Spain - South Korea
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12.04.2024 / 08:57

‘I, the Executioner,’ Cannes Midnight Screening Thriller, Picked Up by Korea’s CJ ENM

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Rights to “I, The Executioner,” which will premiere as a Midnight Screening at the Cannes Film Festival this year, have been picked up by South Korea’s CJ ENM. The crime-action film directed by Ryu Seung-wan (also written Ryoo Seung-wan) is a sequel to Ryu’s 2015 hit “Veteran” and in Korea goes by the title “Veteran 2.” Few details of the story have yet been disclosed, but CJ describes the film as “combining Ryu’s trademark action with observations and messages about social change.” Ryu last year enjoyed major box office success with crime comedy “Smugglers.” Hwang Jung-min, who recently enjoyed box office success in “12.12: The Day,” reprises his role from “Veteran.” He is joined in the sequel by Jung Hae-in (“Tune in for Love”) as a new member of the film’s Violent Crime Investigation Squad. “I, The Executioner” was produced by Filmmaker R & K, the production shingle owned by Ryu and his wife Kang Hae-jung, with CJ ENM as financier and local and international distributor. CJ ENM expects to give the film a theatrical release in South Korea at an unspecified date in the second half of the year. The original “Veteran” had its international premiere in a sidebar of the 2015 Toronto festival, was named best film at the Sitges genre festival in Spain.

Prime Video Italy’s High-End ‘Costiera’ Series Reveals Full International Cast (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Spain - France - USA - Italy - Jordan
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10.04.2024 / 10:25

Prime Video Italy’s High-End ‘Costiera’ Series Reveals Full International Cast (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Prime Video has announced the full cast for action comedy show “Costiera” set on Italy’s iconic Amalfi Coast being directed by Emmy-winner Adam Bernstein (“30 Rock,” “Breaking Bad”) and featuring Jesse Williams (“Take Me Out”) as the lead. The ensemble cast for the English-language series being co-produced by Amazon Studios and Luca Bernabei for Lux Vide comprises British actor Jordan Alexandra (“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness,” “The Winter King”) (pictured, center); Spain’s Alejandra Onieva (“Alta Mar”) (pictured, left); Italy’s Maria Chiara Giannetta (“Blanca”) (pictured, right); Antonio Gerardi; Tommaso Ragno (“Nostalgia”); Amanda Campana; Pierpaolo Spollon; Britain’s Sam Haygarth (“Jojo Rabbit”); and France’s Jean-Hugues Anglade (“Sink or Swim”).

Stars of Canneseries Highlight ’Máxima’ Discuss Following in the Footsteps of ‘The Crown’ - variety.com - Spain - Germany - Netherlands - Argentina
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09.04.2024 / 08:21

Stars of Canneseries Highlight ’Máxima’ Discuss Following in the Footsteps of ‘The Crown’

Rafa Sales Ross Guest Contributor Germany’s Beta Film is bringing the love story between a Dutch prince and a beautiful Argentinian financier to the Croisette. The world premiere of “Máxima” screens out-of-competition at Canneseries on April 9 after being teased at the London TV Screenings in late February.

BeIN Media Group Takes MENA Region Rights to Live-Action Kids Series ‘Saïd and Anna’ From Incredible Film (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - France - Germany - Netherlands - Belgium - Qatar
variety.com
08.04.2024 / 11:39

BeIN Media Group Takes MENA Region Rights to Live-Action Kids Series ‘Saïd and Anna’ From Incredible Film (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Qatar-based powerhouse BeIN Media Group, a co-owner of U.S. indie studio Miramax, has taken distribution rights across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to live-action pre-school series “Saïd & Anna,” which has been nominated for this year’s Banff World Media Festival‘s Rockie Awards.

French Adaptation Of Turkish Thriller Series ‘Persona’ In The Works - deadline.com - France - Germany - Turkey
deadline.com
08.04.2024 / 06:19

French Adaptation Of Turkish Thriller Series ‘Persona’ In The Works

A French adaptation of Beta Film‘s International Emmy-winning Turkish thriller series Persona is in the works with a female protagonist.

Canneseries Wacky Norwegian Post-Apocalypse Comedy ‘Dumbsday’ boarded by Primitives (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Norway - Belgium
variety.com
07.04.2024 / 10:57

Canneseries Wacky Norwegian Post-Apocalypse Comedy ‘Dumbsday’ boarded by Primitives (EXCLUSIVE)

Annika Pham Norwegian broadcaster NRK has excelled in recent years at bringing bold and thought-provoking shows to the world. After their latest Canneseries winners “Power Play” (2023), “Afterglow” (2022), “Countrymen” (2021) and “State of Happiness” (2018), their latest bet “Dumbsday” (“Dummedag”) has its international premiere April 8 in the French TV festival’s main competition. It first aired on the Norwegian pubcaster Nov.

MipTV’s Last Stand, Its Stars, Big and Buzz Titles, Growth Prospects, AI’s Real Threat and Other Takes on 2024’s Edition and Canneseries - variety.com - France
variety.com
05.04.2024 / 19:39

MipTV’s Last Stand, Its Stars, Big and Buzz Titles, Growth Prospects, AI’s Real Threat and Other Takes on 2024’s Edition and Canneseries

John Hopewell Chief International Correspondent CANNES — For years, reports of MipTV’s terminal decline were somewhat exaggerated. Now, however, they’re real. On March 26, RX France, organizers of MipTV, announced the launch of Mip London, over Feb.

Spain’s Second Wave Of Original Content Takes The International Stage At MipTV - variety.com - Britain - Spain - South Korea - Berlin
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05.04.2024 / 12:27

Spain’s Second Wave Of Original Content Takes The International Stage At MipTV

Emiliano De Pablos Spain’s film and TV industries are in their second wave as standout content providers for global streamers. Some of the country’s most intriguing titles will take the international stage this weekend at MipTV in Cannes. Built on a foundation of hits such as “The Red Band Society,” “Grand Hotel,” “Velvet” and “Locked Up,” a new era of internationally renowned content creation in Spain kicked off in 2018 with Alex Pina’s blockbuster series “Money Heist,” picked up by Netflix.

Shervin Alenabi, Eric Dane Join Star-Studded Cast of Thriller Series ‘Kabul’ as Mediawan Rights Boards Sales (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Denmark - Afghanistan - city Tehran - city Kabul - city Athens
variety.com
04.04.2024 / 15:09

Shervin Alenabi, Eric Dane Join Star-Studded Cast of Thriller Series ‘Kabul’ as Mediawan Rights Boards Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Mediawan Rights has boarded “Kabul,” a highly anticipated thriller series produced by France’s 24 25 Films and Cinétévé. Shervin Alenabi (“Tehran”) and “Euphoria’s” Eric Dane (in a small role) have joined the international cast of the show, which already comprises Jonathan Zaccaï (“Le bureau des legendes”), Thibault Evrard (“The Night of the 12th”), Vassilis Kukalawi (“Kandahar”), Jeanne Goursaud (“Pax Massilia”), Gianmarco Saurino (“L’estate piu Calda”) and Valentina Cervi (“Medici: Masters of Florence”). The series, set against the backdrop of U.S.

With Doc ‘Bila Burba,’ the Wagua Brothers Hope to Inspire Panama’s Indigenous Filmmakers to Tell Their Own Stories - variety.com - France - Panama - city Panama
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03.04.2024 / 15:27

With Doc ‘Bila Burba,’ the Wagua Brothers Hope to Inspire Panama’s Indigenous Filmmakers to Tell Their Own Stories

Anna Marie de la Fuente While a number of films have been made about Panama’s Indigenous communities, few are by native filmmakers themselves. To date, perhaps only three Indigenous Panamanian filmmakers have ventured into filmmaking. Duiren Wagua, whose documentary feature debut “Bila Burba” plays at this year’s 12th Panama International Film Festival (IFF Panama), running April 4-7, is hoping to change the status quo.

Mario Van Peebles to Direct ‘That’ll Be the Day,’ Drama About Buddy Holly and the Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - USA - New York - county Ray
variety.com
03.04.2024 / 13:45

Mario Van Peebles to Direct ‘That’ll Be the Day,’ Drama About Buddy Holly and the Birth of Rock ‘n’ Roll (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Mario Van Peebles has been tapped to direct “That’ll Be the Day,” the story of how Buddy Holly and other musicians of the late 1950s helped give birth to rock ‘n’ roll and influence the wider societal and cultural landscape, including the civil rights movement. Music has been central to much of Van Peebles’ work, from his 1991 gangster movie “New Jack City” to his work on “Wu-Tang: An American Saga,” which he co-executive produced for Hulu.

Viaplay Content Distribution Boss Talks Strategy, Fresh Sale of ‘End of Summer’ to Canal+’s Polar+ Ahead of MipTV (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Sweden - Norway - Netherlands - Switzerland - Denmark
variety.com
03.04.2024 / 10:49

Viaplay Content Distribution Boss Talks Strategy, Fresh Sale of ‘End of Summer’ to Canal+’s Polar+ Ahead of MipTV (EXCLUSIVE)

Annika Pham On the eve of the global content market MipTV in Cannes, Viaplay Group’s Vanda Rapti, EVP Viaplay Select and Content Distribution, has offered a confident outlook on the Scandi streamer’s international activities and content sales. The sales executive, who joined the group in 2003, was able to announce exclusively to Variety a string of new deals on Viaplay’s premium Nordic scripted content.

‘The Goat Life’ Starring Prithviraj Sukumaran & Jimmy-Jean Louis Launches Internationally - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - Jordan - India - Saudi Arabia - Algeria
deadline.com
28.03.2024 / 13:31

‘The Goat Life’ Starring Prithviraj Sukumaran & Jimmy-Jean Louis Launches Internationally

The Goat Life (previously titled Goat Days) will release in theaters across the UK, India, Australia and France today.

Mati Diop’s Berlinale Golden Bear Winner ‘Dahomey’ Sells Nearly Worldwide for Films du Losange (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - Spain - France - New Zealand - China - Italy - Senegal - India - Ukraine - Austria - Germany - Portugal - Switzerland - Indonesia - Greece - Poland - Czech Republic - Turkey - Hungary - Bulgaria - Taiwan - Romania - Benin
variety.com
26.03.2024 / 16:53

Mati Diop’s Berlinale Golden Bear Winner ‘Dahomey’ Sells Nearly Worldwide for Films du Losange (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent “Dahomey,” the Berlinale Golden Bear-winning film helmed by French-Senegalese director Mati Diop, has been sold to a raft of international territories by Les Films du Losange. Along with being acquired by Mubi in key markets, “Dahomey” has been acquired in Australia & New Zealand (Rialto), China (Hugoeast), Spain (Filmin), Portugal (Nitrato Filmes), Greece (One From the Heart), Scandinavia (NonStop Entertainement), Benelux (Cinéart), Bulgaria (Beta Films), Ex-Yugoslavia (Discovery), Hungary (Mozinet), Czech Republic (Film Europe), Romania (Voodoo), Baltic Countries (Taip Toliau), Poland (New Horizons), Ukraine (Kyivmusicfilm), Taiwan (Joint Entertainment), Indonesia (PT Falcon) and Sudu Connexion in Africa.

Macu Machín’s ‘The Undergrowth’ Wins Top Prize at Tenerife-based MiradasDoc - variety.com - Spain - Iran - Romania
variety.com
26.03.2024 / 14:35

Macu Machín’s ‘The Undergrowth’ Wins Top Prize at Tenerife-based MiradasDoc

Anna Marie de la Fuente Macu Machín’s “La Hojarasca” (“The Undergrowth”) took home the top MiradaCanaria prize at the 17thMiradasDoc, which ran March 15-22 in Tenerife, Spain. Produced by El Viaje Films, Machin’s debut feature has been picking up accolades since its world premiere at Berlinale’s Forum, snagging Best Spanish Picture and director at the Malaga Film Festival’s Zonazine, a sidebar for edgier and sometimes smaller pics.

MIP London Is Launching In 2025 – Historic Programming Market Is Relocating From Cannes & New Event Will Run Alongside The London Screenings - deadline.com - Britain - France - London
deadline.com
26.03.2024 / 10:53

MIP London Is Launching In 2025 – Historic Programming Market Is Relocating From Cannes & New Event Will Run Alongside The London Screenings

EXCLUSIVE: It’s confirmed – or will be later today – the organizers of MIPTV are setting up a new event in London, Deadline can reveal. MIP London will be based in The Savoy hotel and an adjoining space, the IET London, in a seismic change to the international TV calendar. Historic programming market MIPTV has been situated in Cannes since the 1960s.

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