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Thu 11:32  Barry Cryer, Comedian and ‘Morecambe and Wise’ Writer, Dies at 86
British comedian Barry Cryer, who wrote for sketch shows including ‘The Two Ronnies’ and ‘Morecambe and Wise,’ has died. He was 86. No cause of death has been released. Cryer was a veteran of British television and radio. Born in Leeds, he originally began his career as a variety performer. According to the BBC, broadcaster […]
Thu 10:28  Rotterdam Tiger Premiere ‘Eami’ Blends Indigenous Paraguayan Mythology with Documentary Sensibilitie
World premiering in this year’s Rotterdam Tiger Competition, Paraguayan filmmaker Paz Encina’s fourth feature “Eami” is a mythological tale born of the Ayoreo Totobiegosode, an indigenous community from the country’s northern regions. Unique in its form, the film blends Encina’s documentarian strengths that have garnered her international recognition and her interest in a highly poetic […]
Thu 10:23  Fremantle Snags Rights to Hyped-Up Korean Gameshow Format ‘DNA Singer’ – Global Bulletin
SALES International media group Fremantle has picked up sales rights outside Asia to Korean format “DNA Singer.” The music gameshow was created by specialty firm FormatEast and Kyung Hwangbo for SBS and has not yet gone to air. Family members who are genetically linked with celebrities such as singers and actors perform, while the judges […]
Thu 10:00  Spain’s Soul Pictures Boards Indian Festival Favorite ‘Two Friends’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Spanish company Soul Pictures has boarded international sales on Indian filmmaker Prasun Chatterjee’s debut feature “Two Friends” (“Dostojee”). Set in 1992-93, when Hindu-Muslim tensions escalated in India in the aftermath of the demolition of the Babri Masjid and the Bombay bomb blasts and percolated down to a remote village on the India-Bangladesh border, the film […]
Thu 09:36  Busan Film Festival Reappoints Lee Yong-kwan as Chairman
Lee Yong-kwan has been reappointed as chairman of the Busan International Film Festival for a further four years. He was one of the festival’s original co-founders back in 1996 and has held the chairman’s job since 2018. His renewal was agreed at a general assembly on Thursday. The next edition of the festival will run […]
Thu 09:29  Beta Film Scores Sales on Italy’s Hit Young Adult Drama ‘The Sea Beyond’ (EXCLUSIVE)
Naples-set young adult series “The Sea Beyond,” which depicts the world of a juvenile jail in the crime-ridden Italian city, is scoring a slew of international sales prompted by its phenomenal ratings on pubcaster RAI. Germany’s Beta Film, which is selling the show about kids behind bars produced by Rome-based Picomedia and RAI Fiction, has […]
Thu 08:55  Amazon Orders French Crime Comedy Series ‘Darknet-sur-Mer’ From Mediawan’s White Lion
Amazon Prime Video has ordered its next French series original, “Darknet-sur-Mer,” (“On the Darknet”) a crime comedy series produced by Noor Sadar’s White Lion Films, a Mediawan Group company. The six-episode series, directed by Remy Four and Julien War (“On The Other Side of the Tracks”), has just started filming in the Charente Maritime region […]
Thu 07:47  Hong Kong’s RTHK Blacklists Pro-Democracy Musicians (Reports)
Ten Canto-pop singers and groups, including politically vocal celebrities Denise Ho, Anthony Wong Yiu-ming and his pop duo Tat Ming Pair, have been reportedly banished from Radio Television Hong Kong. The ten act black-list began circulating on the internet on Tuesday. Radio DJs were said to be ordered by senior management to stop playing any […]
Thu 06:15  Apple Nabs Cooper Raiff’s ‘Cha Cha Real Smooth’ Out of Sundance
Cooper Raiff’s “Cha Cha Real Smooth” is officially dancing to Apple TV Plus. The tech giant has nabbed the second feature from the heat-seeking director out of this year’s virtual edition of the Sundance Film Festival. Apple emerged victorious from a competitive bidding situation that attracted Netflix, Amazon and Sony Pictures as potential buyers. The […]
Thu 04:07  MSNBC Sends Stephanie Ruhle to Brian Williams’ Slot As ‘Morning Joe’ Expands
MSNBC is sending a morning anchor to late night in order to expand its biggest A.M. franchise. The NBCUniversal-backed cable news outlet intends to shift Stephanie Ruhle from her mid-morning role to its late-night program, “The 11th Hour” as part of a bid to expand one of its key programs, ‘Morning Joe,” according to three […]
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