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1677 articles available in total starting from 12/09/2017. Last article published on 01/03/2024.

The Bologna Children’s Book Fair gears up to unveil a new TV/Film Rights Centre

The Bologna Children’s Book Fair gears up to unveil a new TV/Film Rights Centre

This new business area is aimed at strengthening the vital link between publishing and audiovisual production, and offering greater book-to-screen opportunities  

01/03 | Industry | Market | Italy

Catherine McCormack and Colin Firth to topline Sky and Peacock series Lockerbie

Catherine McCormack and Colin Firth to topline Sky and Peacock series Lockerbie

Lead-directed by Peaky Blinders’ Otto Bathurst, the show explores the titular 1988 air disaster in which 259 passengers and crew members lost their lives  

01/03 | Production | Funding | UK/USA

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Patricia Franquesa’s SXSW title My Sextortion Diary

EXCLUSIVE: Poster for Patricia Franquesa’s SXSW title My Sextortion Diary

The director’s sophomore feature documents how her world was turned upside down when she became the target of blackmail after her computer was stolen  

01/03 | SXSW 2024

Europe’s theatrical admissions grew by 21% in 2023, according to UNIC

Europe’s theatrical admissions grew by 21% in 2023, according to UNIC

The “Barbenheimer combo” and other foreign blockbusters drove last year’s box-office revenues, but many local hits achieved impressive results as well  

27/02 | Box Office | Europe

EXCLUSIVE: First look at Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir’s third feature, The Mountain

EXCLUSIVE: First look at Ásthildur Kjartansdóttir’s third feature, The Mountain

The coming-of-age tale follows a happy family tested by tragedy and forced to find a new path forward  

26/02 | Production | Funding | Iceland/Sweden

Last Swim and It’s Okay snag the Crystal Bears in Berlinale’s Generation

Last Swim and It’s Okay snag the Crystal Bears in Berlinale’s Generation

BERLINALE 2024: Sasha Nathwani’s coming-of-age drama has triumphed in Generation 14plus, whilst Kim Hye-young’s tale about an orphaned young dancer emerged victorious in Generation Kplus  

24/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Generation/Awards

Mati Diop’s Dahomey bags the Berlinale Golden Bear

Mati Diop’s Dahomey bags the Berlinale Golden Bear

BERLINALE 2024: The 74th edition also saw the triumph of Hong Sangsoo’s A Traveler’s Needs, Nelson Carlo De Los Santos Arias’ Pepe and Bruno Dumont’s The Empire  

24/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Awards

New Finnish crime and relationship dramas take centre stage at the Berlinale Series Market

New Finnish crime and relationship dramas take centre stage at the Berlinale Series Market

BERLINALE 2024: The panellists opined that TV audiences still need to be seduced by intriguing stories, and they’ve got to be hooked faster  

24/02 | Berlinale 2024 | EFM

The drama Memories of a Burning Body and the doc No Other Land scoop the Berlinale’s Panorama Audience Awards

The drama Memories of a Burning Body and the doc No Other Land scoop the Berlinale’s Panorama Audience Awards

BERLINALE 2024: The German festival has also announced the recipients of the other parallel awards, decided on by independent juries  

24/02 | Berlinale 2024 | Panorama/Awards

Uncertain times ahead for the drama-series landscape, say experts

Uncertain times ahead for the drama-series landscape, say experts

BERLINALE 2024: During the Berlinale Series Market session, the panellists covered topics such as commissioning trends, high-profile projects, audience shifts and non-English-language productions  

23/02 | Berlinale 2024 | EFM

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