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781 articles available in total starting from 12/09/2017. Last article published on 15/10/2021.

NENT Group sells 12 production labels to Fremantle

NENT Group sells 12 production labels to Fremantle

The agreement covers one studio based in Denmark, three in Finland, six in Norway and two in Sweden  

04/10 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Denmark/Finland/Norway/Sweden/USA

Suzanne Kelly  • Head of Children’s and Young People’s Content, RTÉ

Interview: Suzanne Kelly • Head of Children’s and Young People’s Content, RTÉ

“As a broadcaster, to be sited amidst all of this amazing talent is really a privilege”

We chatted to the Irish executive about this year’s rich slate of national projects, the latest trends in terms of consumption and working practices, and RTÉ’s editorial strategy  

04/10 | Cartoon 2021 | Cartoon Forum

David Tennant to topline NENT and ITV’s new series Litvinenko

David Tennant to topline NENT and ITV’s new series Litvinenko

The four-part show will follow the titular former Russian Federal Security Service and KGB officer, whose death from polonium poisoning triggered a hugely complex investigation  

01/10 | Production | Funding | UK/Sweden

Christian Lollike’s The Cake Dynasty enters post-production

Christian Lollike’s The Cake Dynasty enters post-production

The Danish movie, an adaptation of the director’s own 2013 Reumert Award-winning play, centres on a cake factory on the verge of bankruptcy  

01/10 | Production | Funding | Denmark

The magic of storytelling can combat injustices and human rights violations, say panellists at Berlin’s Human Rights Film Festival

The magic of storytelling can combat injustices and human rights violations, say panellists at Berlin’s Human Rights Film Festival

The speakers explored how powerful storytelling can help activists in their struggles, and how this can become a catalyst for social change  

01/10 | Industry | Market | Germany

New app Call It! to monitor and prevent workplace bullying and discrimination in the film and TV industry

New app Call It! to monitor and prevent workplace bullying and discrimination in the film and TV industry

The tool will empower everyone working in the sector to record incidents anonymously, providing easy access to procedures for formal reporting and signposting mental-health support  

30/09 | Industry | Market | UK

Amazon launches ad-based streaming service IMDb TV in the UK

Amazon launches ad-based streaming service IMDb TV in the UK

The ad-supported platform will feature a rich library of classics along with IMDb TV originals, such as the docuseries Luke Bryan: My Dirt Road Diary and Moment of Truth  

30/09 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | UK/USA

At Berlin's Human Rights Film Festival, activists and experts discuss how to put a halt to climate change with positive storytelling

At Berlin's Human Rights Film Festival, activists and experts discuss how to put a halt to climate change with positive storytelling

During the panel, speakers explored how positive storytelling can help activists to forge alliances, sensitise public opinion and stimulate good policymaking  

29/09 | Industry | Market | Germany

Izer Aliu and Anne Bjørnstad’s Countrymen ready to travel to Canneseries

Izer Aliu and Anne Bjørnstad’s Countrymen ready to travel to Canneseries

The Norwegian dramedy series follows four men who move to a farm in the countryside and end up as the founders of the country’s first halal cheesemaking business  

29/09 | Production | Funding | Norway

Largest IMAX in the world set to open in Germany

Largest IMAX in the world set to open in Germany

The record-breaking screen is about to open in Leonberg and will host the highly anticipated premiere of the latest instalment in the James Bond saga, No Time to Die  

29/09 | Distribution | Releases | Exhibitors | Germany

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