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Warner Bros Tops $1B At International Box Office In Own Record Time; First Studio To Milestone In 2024 - deadline.com - Britain - China - Germany - Japan
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14.04.2024 / 17:49

Warner Bros Tops $1B At International Box Office In Own Record Time; First Studio To Milestone In 2024

Led by Dune: Part Two and Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Warner Bros has crossed the $1B mark at the international box office, becoming the first studio to reach the milestone this year. Getting there in just 15 weeks, this also sets a new speed record for WB, besting the 17 weeks it took in 2018. The full international estimate through today is $1.04B.

Rachel Perkins Appointed Chair of Australian Film, TV School – Global Bulletin - variety.com - Australia - Las Vegas - India - city Mumbai
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11.04.2024 / 07:53

Rachel Perkins Appointed Chair of Australian Film, TV School – Global Bulletin

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Rachel Perkins has been appointed as chair of the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) council for a period of three years. She follows previous chairs Russell Howcroft and Debra Richards. AFTRS is Australia’s leading specialist education, training and research institution, supporting excellence in Australian screen and audio storytelling. “Rachel is one of Australia’s leading storytellers, particularly when it comes to First Nations stories,” said Minister for the Arts, Tony Burke. A graduate of AFTRS, writer, director and producer, Perkins founded Blackfella Films, which has gone onto become one of Australia’s leading production companies.

International Writing Guilds Set Out ‘Ethical Framework’ for Use of AI in Screenwriting - variety.com - New Zealand - Ireland - India - South Africa - Germany - Eu - Israel
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11.04.2024 / 00:09

International Writing Guilds Set Out ‘Ethical Framework’ for Use of AI in Screenwriting

K.J. Yossman International writers guilds representing 67,000 professional screen writers across the globe are collaborating on developing an “ethical framework” for the use of AI in screenwriting.

Federation Studios Boards Cape Town-Set ‘The Morning After’ With Rising British Star Amara Okereke, Unveils Trailer (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - South Africa - Birmingham - Germany
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09.04.2024 / 15:23

Federation Studios Boards Cape Town-Set ‘The Morning After’ With Rising British Star Amara Okereke, Unveils Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Federation Studios has acquired distribution rights to “The Morning After,” an eight-part comedy series headlined by up-and-coming British actor Amara Okereke (“In the Lost Lands”). It filmed on location in Cape Town in South Africa. The show is produced by Paris-based company Paradoxal and Cape Town-based outfit Both Worlds, which previously partnered on “Recipes for Love and Murder.” The series is co-produced by SWR, ARD FabFiction and Prime Video Africa.

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.

Travis Fimmel Returning to Australian Crime Drama ‘Black Snow,’ Drops First Images - variety.com - Australia
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09.04.2024 / 04:17

Travis Fimmel Returning to Australian Crime Drama ‘Black Snow,’ Drops First Images

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Vikings” star Travis Fimmel reprises his role as Detective Cormack in a second season of Australian mystery drama series “Black Snow.” The six-part series is now shooting in Queensland, Australia, and has unveiled first-look images. “Australian film and television have never been stronger. Now, with the addition of streaming networks and their reach, I’m so proud that our local productions and their hard work can be recognized not only here, but around the world,” said Fimmel in a prepared statement. The first season of “Black Snow” was nominated as ‘most outstanding drama series’ at the 2023 Logie Awards and received two nominations at the 2024 AACTA Awards – for best drama series and best lead actor in a drama, for Fimmel.

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
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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
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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.

Tom Winchester’s Pure Fiction Television Secures Rights to Dolores Redondo’s Best-Selling Baztan Series of Novels (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Spain - Germany - New Orleans
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08.04.2024 / 05:17

Tom Winchester’s Pure Fiction Television Secures Rights to Dolores Redondo’s Best-Selling Baztan Series of Novels (EXCLUSIVE)

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Pure Fiction Television, the independent production company helmed by Tom Winchester (“Shogun,” “Clickbait,” “The Capture”), has secured the rights to bestselling author Dolores Redondo’s Baztan Trilogy and the prequel, “La Cara Norte Del Corazón” (The North Face of the Heart), and is developing them into a returning, premium international TV series. The trilogy and prequel novel, which feature homicide detective Amaia Salazar, are gripping psychological thrillers infused with mystery, mythology and superstition, set in the beautiful Basque region of Northern Spain, as well as in New Orleans.

‘Godzilla X Kong’ Rises To $361M WW, ‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Tops $400M & ‘Dune: Part Two’ Passes $660M; ‘Boy And The Heron’ Soars In China – International Box Office - deadline.com - Britain - France - Brazil - China - Mexico - Germany - Japan - Indonesia
deadline.com
07.04.2024 / 19:17

‘Godzilla X Kong’ Rises To $361M WW, ‘Kung Fu Panda 4’ Tops $400M & ‘Dune: Part Two’ Passes $660M; ‘Boy And The Heron’ Soars In China – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: A busy holdover weekend for wide studio releases was led by the trio of Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire, Kung Fu Panda 4 and Dune: Part Two. And, in a soaring performance, Hayao Miyazaki’s Oscar winner The Boy and the Heron swooped into China helping the market set a new Qingming holiday record. 

David Wenham to Star in ‘SPIT,’ Sequel to Australian Hit Film ‘Gettin’ Square’ - variety.com - Australia
variety.com
04.04.2024 / 09:01

David Wenham to Star in ‘SPIT,’ Sequel to Australian Hit Film ‘Gettin’ Square’

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Lord of the Rings,” “Elvis” and “Faraway Downs” star David Wenham is to reprise one of other his best-known roles in upcoming feature “SPIT.” The picture is a sequel to 2003 comedy crime thriller “Gettin’ Square,” in which Wenham played Johnny ‘Spit’ Spitteri, a recently-released ex-convict and Sam Worthington (“Avatar”) played an older brother trying to keep the kid out of trouble. Production of “SPIT” has got underway in Gold Coast and Brisbane, Queensland and will continue through May. The new film is directed by ‘Gettin’ Square” and “The Railway Man” director Jonathan Teplitzky, from a screenplay by Queensland-based writer and lawyer Christopher Nyst. It is produced by Trish Lake of Queensland-based Freshwater Pictures alongside Greg Duffy, Felicity McVay and Wenham. It received major production investment from Screen Australia with local distribution by Transmission Films and international rights sales managed by Moviehouse Entertainment.

12th IFF Panama Captures the Excitement of Central American and Caribbean Film Industry Advances - variety.com - USA - Germany - Dominica - Costa Rica - Panama - city Santos - Guatemala - city Panama
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03.04.2024 / 17:51

12th IFF Panama Captures the Excitement of Central American and Caribbean Film Industry Advances

Anna Marie de la Fuente Moved from its usual December berth last year, the 12th Panama International Film Festival (IFF Panama) runs April 4-7, replete with new industry activities and double the number of films since its previous edition. True to its mandate to serve as a showcase for Central American and Caribbean cinema, the festival’s program this year includes a bevy of acclaimed films from the region, including two Panamanian Indigenous-themed features, “Bila Burba” and “God is a Woman.” Recent years has seen the growing international recognition of pics from the region, with Nelson Carlo de los Santos becoming the first Dominican – and first Latin American – filmmaker to snag the best director Silver Bear at the Berlinale for his drama, “Pepe.” Costa Rican director Antonella Sudasassi Furniss’ sophomore feature, “Memories of a Burning Body,” clinched the Audience Award for best fiction film in the Panorama section of the A-list German festival.

Josh O’Connor in Talks to Star in Luca Guadagnino’s Gay Romance Film ‘Separate Rooms’ (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Paris - London - USA - Italy - Germany - county Thomas - Berlin - county Florence
variety.com
25.03.2024 / 16:57

Josh O’Connor in Talks to Star in Luca Guadagnino’s Gay Romance Film ‘Separate Rooms’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Josh O’Connor is in talks to star in Luca Guadagnino’s new drama “Separate Rooms,” an adaptation of the eponymous novel by the late Italian writer Pier Vittorio Tondelli. The story follows an Italian writer named Leo who is mourning the loss of his boyfriend. O’Connor, who stars in Guadagnino’s upcoming tennis love triangle film “Challengers” alongside Zendaya and Mike Faist, is in advanced talks to play Leo in “Separate Rooms,” whose passionate romance with a shy German musician named Thomas is marked by different forms of separation.

England vs Brazil TV channel, live stream and how to watch international friendly - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Brazil - Manchester - Jordan - Germany - Belgium - county Henderson - county Rice
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23.03.2024 / 05:59

England vs Brazil TV channel, live stream and how to watch international friendly

England will get their preparations for the European Championships underway when they face Brazil in a friendly match.

‘Shayda,’ ‘The Royal Hotel’ Share Film Honors at Australia’s SPA Awards - variety.com - Australia
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21.03.2024 / 14:51

‘Shayda,’ ‘The Royal Hotel’ Share Film Honors at Australia’s SPA Awards

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief “Shayda,” a breakout indie movie from Noora Niasari, and Kitty Green’s high-temperature drama “The Royal Hotel” were named best film winners at the annual SPA Awards, presented by the Screen Producers Australia association. The ceremony took place Thursday at Queensland’s Gold Coast, during the annual Screen Forever conference. The event was hosted by actor and comedian Matt Okine. Production company Werner Film, which this week announced its acquisition by the BBC, took three awards including the coveted Media Super Production Business of the year prize. “It’s clear that our production community continues to thrive in the face of a rapidly changing landscape.

Sony’s Wayne Garvie On Scripted TV Landscape As ‘The Crown’ & ‘Sex Education’ End: “We’re Going Back To The Future” — Series Mania - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - Spain - France - Italy - Germany
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20.03.2024 / 13:39

Sony’s Wayne Garvie On Scripted TV Landscape As ‘The Crown’ & ‘Sex Education’ End: “We’re Going Back To The Future” — Series Mania

Sony Pictures Television‘s President of International Production, Wayne Garvie, has said the scripted TV landscape in the post-peak TV era is like “going back to the future” — especially with his Netflix hits The Crown and Sex Education coming to an end.

Paramount+ Buys ‘Zorro’ Series Starring Jean Dujardin as Diego de la Vega - variety.com - France - Los Angeles - Italy - Germany
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20.03.2024 / 11:51

Paramount+ Buys ‘Zorro’ Series Starring Jean Dujardin as Diego de la Vega

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Paramount+ has boarded “Zorro” (working title), an adventure series starring Jean Dujardin, the Oscar-winning actor of “The Artist,” as the iconic character of Diego de la Vega. Created by Benjamin Charbit (“Gagarine”) and Noé Debré (“Dheepan”), the anticipated show was bought by Paramount+ for France, the U.K., Italy, Germany and Latin America. In the eight-part series, Dujardin stars opposite well-known Italian comedian Salvatore Ficarra, and French actors, including Audrey Dana, André Dussollier, Eric Elmosnino and Grégory Gadebois.

Jacob Elordi Wraps Production on ‘The Narrow Road to the Deep North,’ Australian Epic Series – First Look - variety.com - Australia - New Zealand - Canada - Thailand - county Young - Burma - city Odessa, county Young
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20.03.2024 / 06:25

Jacob Elordi Wraps Production on ‘The Narrow Road to the Deep North,’ Australian Epic Series – First Look

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Five months of production has been completed on Jacob Elordi-starring drama series “The Narrow Road to the Deep North,” which is set in the “Euphoria” and “Saltburn” star’s native Australia. An adaptation of the Booker Prize-winning novel by Richard Flanaghan, the five-part series is love-story set against the backdrop of World War II. Elordi portrays Lieutenant-Colonel Dorrigo Evans and co-stars with Odessa Young (“Mothering Sunday,” “Shirley”).

Four Key Trends in European Series Production Identified at Series Mania: ‘Streaming Is Changing the Topography of Production in Europe’ - variety.com - France - Germany - Portugal - Eu - Poland
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20.03.2024 / 06:25

Four Key Trends in European Series Production Identified at Series Mania: ‘Streaming Is Changing the Topography of Production in Europe’

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor A panel moderated by the European Audiovisual Observatory at Series Mania Tuesday looked at four key trends in series production in Europe. Warning Signs?Gilles Fontaine, EAO’s head of department for market information, said there were warning signs of a downward trend in the number of seasons being produced, first in the U.S.

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