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‘Queen of Arab Pop’ Nancy Ajram Strikes Catalog Deal With Reservoir Media and Middle East Partner - variety.com - Lebanon
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11.01.2024

‘Queen of Arab Pop’ Nancy Ajram Strikes Catalog Deal With Reservoir Media and Middle East Partner

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram, dubbed the “queen of Arab pop” by Spotify, has inked a publishing deal with U.S. indie music company Reservoir Media and PopArabia, its Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region partner.

‘The Falling Sky’ Directors Eryk Rocha and Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha on How The Amazon’s Yanomami Tribe Can Teach ‘White People’ to Dream Collectively - variety.com - Brazil
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19.05.2024

‘The Falling Sky’ Directors Eryk Rocha and Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha on How The Amazon’s Yanomami Tribe Can Teach ‘White People’ to Dream Collectively

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Brazilian directors Eryk Rocha and Gabriela Carneiro da Cunha’s “The Falling Sky” delves into lives of the Amazonian Yanomami people, who live in the heart of the Amazon rainforest where they are contending with a harsh humanitarian crisis caused by the massive invasion of wildcat miners searching for gold and cassiterite, a mineral used in electronics. This unique doc – which launches in Directors Fortnight – is inspired by the thoughts, expressed in an eponymous book, of Davi Kopenawa, a shaman and spokesman for the Yanomami who performs the reahu ritual, a collective ceremony to hold up the sky and prevent it from falling.

‘Goodbye Julia,’ ‘Four Daughters’ Stand Out at Critics Awards for Arab Films Handed Out in Cannes - variety.com - Jordan - Tunisia - Sudan - South Sudan
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18.05.2024

‘Goodbye Julia,’ ‘Four Daughters’ Stand Out at Critics Awards for Arab Films Handed Out in Cannes

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Sudanese first-timer Mohamed Kordofani’s “Goodbye Julia,” a timely morality tale that takes place just before the 2011 secession of South Sudan, has won top awards for both fest feature film and best screenplay at the eighth edition of the Critics Awards for Arab Films that will be handed out today at the Plage des Palmes in Cannes. The first Sudanese film ever to screen in Cannes’ official selection, where it premiered in Un Certain Regard last year, “Goodbye Julia” (pictured) is the story of two women — one from the North, the other from the South — who are brought together by fate in a complex relationship that attempts to reconcile differences between northern and southern Sudanese communities in the war-ravaged country.

Johnny Depp’s ‘Modì’ Gets Italian Distribution Via Be Water and Maestro Distribution (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Italy
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18.05.2024

Johnny Depp’s ‘Modì’ Gets Italian Distribution Via Be Water and Maestro Distribution (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent The Johnny Depp-directed film “Modì,” about Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani, has secured a distribution deal in Italy, where it will be released by emerging production/distribution player Be Water. Above is a first-look image from the set of the film, which is now in post.

Jean-Luc Godard’s Last Film ‘Scénarios,’ Completed the Day Before He Died, Reveals Trailer Before Cannes Debut: ‘His Whole Life Was a Work of Art’ - variety.com - France - Switzerland - Iran
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17.05.2024

Jean-Luc Godard’s Last Film ‘Scénarios,’ Completed the Day Before He Died, Reveals Trailer Before Cannes Debut: ‘His Whole Life Was a Work of Art’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent On Sept. 12, 2022, the day before Jean-Luc Godard died by assisted suicide at 91 in his home in Rolle, Switzerland, the Godfather of French New Wave completed his final 18-minute film, “Scénarios,” which premieres on today in Cannes. “Scénarios” — which comprises two components called “DNA, Fundamental Elements” and “MRI, Odyssey” — is followed by “Exposé du Film Annonce du Film ‘Scènario,’” a 34-minute, behind-the-scenes doc about the making of Godard’s last short.

Arab Filmmakers Tackle Tensions in Society: ‘We Defy Invisibility’ - variety.com - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Morocco - Palestine - city Jeddah
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17.05.2024

Arab Filmmakers Tackle Tensions in Society: ‘We Defy Invisibility’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Saudi Arabia leads this year’s Arab cinema contingent at Cannes with pioneering director Tawfik Alzaidi’s “Norah” launching internationally from Un Certain Regard plus a clutch of films in other sections by directors from Egypt, Palestine and Morocco. They collectively reflect both the vibrancy and the many hurdles that filmmakers face in the region.

Italian Buzz Titles Include Films by Paolo Sorrentino, Luca Guadagnino - variety.com - Britain - USA - Mexico - Italy
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17.05.2024

Italian Buzz Titles Include Films by Paolo Sorrentino, Luca Guadagnino

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent The persistent vibrancy of Italian cinema, despite increasing financing difficulties, is undisputable if you look at the range of the country’s current output and what’s percolating in the pipeline. It spans from highly sophisticated new works by maestros such as Paolo Sorrentino and Luca Guadagnino to crassly commercial global megahits like Netflix Italy original “The Tearsmith” and promising fresh fare from Cinema Italiano’s next generation.

Italian Film Business Lashes Out at Political Delay - variety.com - Italy - Rome
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17.05.2024

Italian Film Business Lashes Out at Political Delay

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italy’s film industry is fighting to stay vibrant amid disruption caused both by politics and market forces.After reaping the rewards of a protracted growth spurt, local producers are facing a forced slowdown as the country’s right-wing government dithers with modifications they plan to make to several key regulations, most significantly to the country’s currently stalled tax incentives for film and TV production. At a packed protest event held in early April at Rome’s Cinema Adriano multiplex, industry figures from all sectors – including producers, writers, actors and big-name directors such as Paolo Sorrentino and Marco Bellocchio – lashed out against having to wait endlessly for the culture ministry to approve new guidelines so production companies can apply for the 40% tax credits that basically drive the business.

Arab Films Breaking New Ground: Buzz Titles Include ‘Aïcha,’ ‘Hijra,’ ‘Siwar’ - variety.com - USA - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Tunisia - city Venice
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17.05.2024

Arab Films Breaking New Ground: Buzz Titles Include ‘Aïcha,’ ‘Hijra,’ ‘Siwar’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Arab cinema continues to break new ground with a fresh crop of social dramas, several of which depict female empowerment in different forms. These range from the tale of a young woman who fakes being dead so she can leave everything behind, to a rape-revenge thriller titled “Beretta,” just like the semi-automatic pistol used by Suad, its mute protagonist. Below is a compendium of promising upcoming Arabic-language films in various stages that will be surfacing either at festivals or on streamers.

Silvio Soldini Sets Cast for ‘The Tastemakers,’ About German Women Forced to Sample Hitler’s Food, as Vision Distribution Launches Sales in Cannes (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Italy - Germany - Rome - Berlin
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16.05.2024

Silvio Soldini Sets Cast for ‘The Tastemakers,’ About German Women Forced to Sample Hitler’s Food, as Vision Distribution Launches Sales in Cannes (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent German actors Elisa Schlott (“Das Boot” TV series), Max Riemelt (“Sleeping Dog”) and Alma Hasun (“Corsage”) are set to star in Italian director Silvio Soldini‘s drama “The Tasters,” which reconstructs the untold true story of the women conscripted to be Adolf Hitler’s food tasters. Shooting is set to start on Friday in Italy’s northern Alto Adige region on the Nazi-era drama, which is being pre-sold at the Cannes Marché du Film by Rome-based Vision Distribution, headed by sales agent Catia Rossi.

Lou Ferrigno Plays Cannibalistic Pig Farmer in Horror ‘The Hermit,’ With Scatena & Rosner Selling in Cannes – First Look (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - New York - Los Angeles - Los Angeles - Italy - Jordan
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15.05.2024

Lou Ferrigno Plays Cannibalistic Pig Farmer in Horror ‘The Hermit,’ With Scatena & Rosner Selling in Cannes – First Look (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Los Angeles-based Scatena & Rosner Films has acquired worldwide rights to horror film “The Hermit,” starring Lou Ferrigno as a cannibalistic pig farmer in his first role playing a creature since CBS TV series “The Incredible Hulk.” They will be launching sales on the chiller, which is now in post, at the Cannes Marché du Film. “The Hermit” is directed by U.S.-based Italian helmer Salvatore Sclafani and produced by Los Angeles- and New York-based Gerry Pass via his Chrome Entertainment shingle in tandem with Sclafani’s First Child Prods.

Roberto Minervini on Making His Naturalistic U.S. Civil War Drama ‘The Damned’ While the ‘Rust’ Shooting Tragedy Broke – Trailer - variety.com - USA - Texas - New Orleans
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15.05.2024

Roberto Minervini on Making His Naturalistic U.S. Civil War Drama ‘The Damned’ While the ‘Rust’ Shooting Tragedy Broke – Trailer

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italian-born and Texas-based director Roberto Minervini is known for making hard-hitting documentaries that dissect the backwaters of American society, such as his so-called Texas trilogy comprising “The Passage,” “Low Tide” and “Stop the Pounding Heart.” His most recent doc, “What You Gonna Do When the World’s on Fire?,” about a community of Black people in New Orleans during the summer of 2017 – when a string of brutal killings of Black men sent shockwaves throughout the country – launched from the Venice competition section in 2018. “The Damned,” which premieres on Thursday in Cannes’ Un Certain Regard and is Minervini’s first fiction feature, is set during the American Civil War in the winter of 1862.

Mohammad Rasoulof Flees Iran for Europe After Receiving 8-Year Prison Sentence for Cannes-Bound ‘Seed of the Sacred Fig’ - variety.com - France - Iran - Berlin
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13.05.2024

Mohammad Rasoulof Flees Iran for Europe After Receiving 8-Year Prison Sentence for Cannes-Bound ‘Seed of the Sacred Fig’

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Iranian director Mohammad Rasoulof has left Iran and traveled to Europe clandestinely after being sentenced to eight years in prison by the country’s authorities, who pressured him to pull his latest work “The Seed of the Sacred Fig” from the Cannes Film Festival and harassed the film’s producers and actors. “We are very happy and much relieved that Mohammad has safely arrived in Europe after a dangerous journey,” said Jean-Christophe Simon, CEO of Films Boutique and Parallel45, who are distributing the film.

Roberto Minervini’s Cannes-Bound ‘The Damned’ Debunks Heroism of War, Says Director – Watch Teaser (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Texas - New Orleans
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09.05.2024

Roberto Minervini’s Cannes-Bound ‘The Damned’ Debunks Heroism of War, Says Director – Watch Teaser (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italian-born Texas-based director Roberto Minervini is known for a distinguished career making documentaries including his so-called Texas trilogy comprising “The Passage,” “Low Tide” and “Stop the Pounding Heart.” His most recent doc “What You Gonna Do When the World’s On Fire?” about a community of Black people in New Orleans during the summer of 2017, when a string of brutal killings of Black men sent shockwaves throughout the country, launched from the Venice competition in 2018. “The Damned,” which is Minervini’s first feature film, is set during the American Civil War in the winter of 1862.

Venice Film Festival to Honor Peter Weir With Golden Lion for Career Achievement - variety.com - Australia - USA - city Venice
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09.05.2024

Venice Film Festival to Honor Peter Weir With Golden Lion for Career Achievement

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent The Venice Film Festival will honor Australian director and screenwriter Peter Weir – whose body of work comprises “Dead Poets Society,” “The Truman Show,” and “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” – with its 2024 Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement. “With a total of only thirteen movies directed over the course of forty years, Peter Weir has secured a place in the firmament of the great directors of modern cinema,” Venice artistic director Alberto Barbera said in a statement.

Cannes Critics’ Week Opener ‘Ghost Trail’ Pays Tribute to the Quest of Syrian War Refugees – Watch Clip (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Syria - Turkey - Morocco - city Istanbul
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08.05.2024

Cannes Critics’ Week Opener ‘Ghost Trail’ Pays Tribute to the Quest of Syrian War Refugees – Watch Clip (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent French director Jonathan Millet riffs on manhunt tropes in “Ghost Trail,” the psychological thriller that will be the Cannes Critics’ Week opener. Variety has been given an exclusive first-look clip from the film, which is inspired by real-life events. “Ghost Trail” is the story of a Syrian man named Hamid who is part of a secret group pursuing fugitive leaders that perpetrated horrors in the name of the Syrian regime during the country’s civil war.

Isabelle Huppert to Head Venice Film Festival Jury - variety.com - France - Berlin
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08.05.2024

Isabelle Huppert to Head Venice Film Festival Jury

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Isabelle Huppert will preside over the main jury of the upcoming Venice Film Festival. The revered French actor has a longstanding rapport with the Lido, having won Venice’s Coppa Volpi for best actress twice, first with “Story of Women” in 1988, and subsequently with “La Cérémonie” in 1995, both directed by Claude Chabrol.

Nicole Ansari-Cox on How Her Longstanding Marriage With Brian Cox Helped For Her Role in Newcomer Shireen Khaled’s Short ‘In the Night’: Watch Clip - variety.com - New York - Italy - Austria - Lebanon - city Beirut
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06.05.2024

Nicole Ansari-Cox on How Her Longstanding Marriage With Brian Cox Helped For Her Role in Newcomer Shireen Khaled’s Short ‘In the Night’: Watch Clip

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Multi-hyphenate Nicole Ansari-Cox has a lot going on. The London-based actor, producer, writer and activist just shot Southern Italy-set rom-com “Under the Stars” directed by Michelle Danner where she stars alongside Toni Colette, Andy Garcia and Alex Pettyfer. In addition, she appears in Austrian director Kat Rohrer’s “What a Feeling” that premiered recently at the BFI FLARE: London LGBTQIA+ Film Festival.

Iran Pressures Mohammed Rasoulof to Pull ‘Seed of the Sacred Fig’ From Cannes, Slaps Travel Ban on Film’s Actors - variety.com - Dubai - Iran - Berlin
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02.05.2024

Iran Pressures Mohammed Rasoulof to Pull ‘Seed of the Sacred Fig’ From Cannes, Slaps Travel Ban on Film’s Actors

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Iranian authorities are exerting heavy pressure on director Mohammad Rasoulof to pull his latest work “The Seed of the Sacred Fig” from the Cannes Film Festival by harassing the film’s producers and actors who have been summoned for questioning and banned from leaving the country. Human rights lawyer Babak Paknia, who is Rasoulof’s lawyer, said in a post on X, formerly known as Twitter, that several unspecified actors and producers on “Sacred Fig” were summoned and questioned last week by authorities.

‘Goodbye Julia’ Leads Critics Awards for Arab Films Nominations Ahead of Cannes Ceremony - variety.com - Jordan - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Syria - Morocco - Tunisia - Lebanon - Palestine - Yemen - Sudan - South Sudan
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25.04.2024

‘Goodbye Julia’ Leads Critics Awards for Arab Films Nominations Ahead of Cannes Ceremony

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Sudanese director Mohamed Kordofani’s “Goodbye Julia,” a timely morality tale that takes place just before the 2011 secession of South Sudan, leads the way in nominations for the eighth edition of the Critics Awards for Arab films, winners of which will be announced during the Cannes Film Festival. The first Sudanese film ever to screen in Cannes’ official selection, “Goodbye Julia” is the story of two women — one from the North, the other from the South — who are brought together by fate in a complex relationship that attempts to reconcile differences between northern and southern Sudanese communities in the currently war-ravaged country.

Jane Campion to Be Celebrated by Locarno Festival With Honorary Golden Pard Award - variety.com - New Zealand - Switzerland
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24.04.2024

Jane Campion to Be Celebrated by Locarno Festival With Honorary Golden Pard Award

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent The Locarno Film Festival will honor Jane Campion with its Pardo d’onore Manor award. The prominent Swiss fest dedicated to indie cinema will celebrate the revered auteur from New Zealand on Aug.

‘Siwar’ Director Osama Alkhurayji on Juxtaposing Saudi and Turkish Cultures Within the Alula-Shot Drama - variety.com - Saudi Arabia - Turkey - city Riyadh - city Jeddah - Yemen
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23.04.2024

‘Siwar’ Director Osama Alkhurayji on Juxtaposing Saudi and Turkish Cultures Within the Alula-Shot Drama

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Saudi director and producer Osama Alkhurayji’s debut feature film “Siwar” recently wrapped principal photography in AlUla, the swathe of northwest Saudi Arabia comprising ancient artifacts, a lush oasis and sandstone canyons that’s becoming a burgeoning local film production hub. “Siwar” involves two families – one Turkish, the other Saudi – whose fates become entangled due to a revelation about their newborns.

Italy’s RAI Slammed for Pulling Anti-Fascist Monologue From Writer of Bestseller ‘M,’ Which Reconstructs Mussolini’s Rise to Power - variety.com - Italy - Rome
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23.04.2024

Italy’s RAI Slammed for Pulling Anti-Fascist Monologue From Writer of Bestseller ‘M,’ Which Reconstructs Mussolini’s Rise to Power

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italian state broadcaster RAI is under heavy fire amid allegations that it censored a planned anti-fascist monologue by prominent writer Antonio Scurati, author of international bestseller “M: Son of the Century,” which reconstructs fascist dictator Benito Mussolini’s rise to power. Scurati was meant to read his monologue – written to mark the country’s upcoming April 25 national holiday that celebrates Italy’s liberation from fascism – on the talk show “Chesarà,” which aired on the broadcaster’s RAI 3 channel Saturday night.

Ed Westwick, John Hannah, Alanah Bloor Join Turkish Star Can Yaman in ‘Sandokan’ TV Series Reboot as Production Starts (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Britain - Spain - Italy - India - Rome - Turkey
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18.04.2024

Ed Westwick, John Hannah, Alanah Bloor Join Turkish Star Can Yaman in ‘Sandokan’ TV Series Reboot as Production Starts (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Ed Westwick (“Gossip Girl”), John Hannah (“The Mummy”) and British newcomer Alanah Bloor are set to join Turkish lead Can Yaman in “Sandokan,” Lux Vide’s reboot of the cult Italian TV series about the adventures of its titular pirate who, with his motley crew, fights against colonial powers in Southeast Asia. Shooting is set to start April 22 outside Rome on this high-end reboot of Italian writer Emilio Salgari’s exotic epic.

Italy’s Right-Wing Government Dithers and Delays Production Tax Incentives, Prompting Industry Uproar - variety.com - Italy - Rome
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17.04.2024

Italy’s Right-Wing Government Dithers and Delays Production Tax Incentives, Prompting Industry Uproar

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent After reaping the rewards of a protracted growth spurt, Italy‘s film industry is facing a forced slowdown as the country’s right-wing government dithers with modifications they plan to make to several key regulations, most significantly to the country’s now stalled tax incentives for film and TV production. At a packed protest event held earlier this month in Rome’s Cinema Adriano multiplex, industry figures from all sectors – including producers, writers, actors and big-name directors such as Paolo Sorrentino and Marco Bellocchio – lashed out against having to wait endlessly for the government to approve new guidelines so production companies can apply for the 40% tax credits that basically drive the business.

Marco Mueller Appointed Director of Italy’s Taormina Film Festival, Former London Fest Chief Sandra Hebron on Selection Committee - variety.com - Britain - Italy - Taylor - Greece - Rome
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12.04.2024

Marco Mueller Appointed Director of Italy’s Taormina Film Festival, Former London Fest Chief Sandra Hebron on Selection Committee

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Marco Mueller has been appointed artistic director of Italy’s Taormina Film Festival, which will have a top notch selection committee comprising British film curator and former London fest chief Sandra Hebron and former Cannes Directors’ Fortnight boss Edouard Waintrop. As anticipated by Variety, Mueller, who over the past decades has headed both the Venice and Rome fests — among several other events — is taking the reins of the storied Sicilian event that has had its ups and downs over the years. Held since the mid-1950s in the Sicilian resort known to U.S.

Saudi Arabia Scores First Cannes Official Selection Slot With Drama ‘Norah,’ Set When Art Was Banned - variety.com - Saudi Arabia - city Doha - city Jeddah
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11.04.2024

Saudi Arabia Scores First Cannes Official Selection Slot With Drama ‘Norah,’ Set When Art Was Banned

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Saudi Arabia has landed its first film in the Cannes Film Festival official selection with “Norah,” a drama by pioneering director Tawfik Alzaidi set in 1990s Saudi, when conservatism was at its height and all forms of art and painting were banned for religion-related reasons. “Norah,” which premiered locally in December at Saudi Arabia’s Red Sea Film Festival in Jeddah, will be launching internationally from Cannes’ prestigious Un Certain Regard section, marking the first Saudi film to screen in Cannes and becoming a symbol of the kingdom’s rapidly growing moviemaking ambitions since Saudi Arabia lifted its 35-year-old religion-related ban on cinema in 2017.

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

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.

‘Immortals’ Producer Gianni Nunnari and Simon Horsman’s Euro Gang Partner With Italy’s Alfred Film on Movie, TV Slate (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Italy - Rome - Vatican
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05.04.2024

‘Immortals’ Producer Gianni Nunnari and Simon Horsman’s Euro Gang Partner With Italy’s Alfred Film on Movie, TV Slate (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Euro Gang Entertainment, the company launched last year by Hollywood veterans Gianni Nunnari (“300,” “Immortals”) and Simon Horsman (“Legacy: The True Story of the L.A. Lakers”) is ramping up operations in Italy through a partnership with Rome-based Alfred Film, the young shingle co-founded by experienced producers Roberto Amoroso and Maria Theresia Braun.

Samar Akrouk to Replace Christina Wayne as Managing Director of Saudi-Owned MBC Studios - variety.com - Saudi Arabia
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04.04.2024

Samar Akrouk to Replace Christina Wayne as Managing Director of Saudi-Owned MBC Studios

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Samar Akrouk has been appointed managing director of Saudi production powerhouse MBC Studios, replacing U.S. producer Christina Wayne, who recently quietly exited the top post at the production arm of top Middle East broadcaster MBC Group. Akrouk, who has been with MBC for almost 30 years, is currently the group’s director of production.

Cinecittà Chief Nicola Maccanico on Turning a Profit Despite Hollywood Strikes and Prospects for Italy’s New Tax Rebates (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - USA - Italy - Rome
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03.04.2024

Cinecittà Chief Nicola Maccanico on Turning a Profit Despite Hollywood Strikes and Prospects for Italy’s New Tax Rebates (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Italy’s Cinecittà Studios, which have been undergoing a radical overhaul since 2021, recently released their fiscal 2023 results, which saw the Rome-based facilities turn a profit for the second year in a row after bleeding red ink for years. The iconic studios are being managed by Nicola Maccanico, a former Warner Bros.

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