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Yungblud announces intimate UK and Europe shows
Yungblud has shared details of an intimate UK and European tour.The artist will play smaller venues as part of his ‘International As Fuck Tour’, taking in shows in Dublin, Dundee, Newcastle, Leeds, Liverpool, Coventry, Bournemouth, Southampton, Kingston upon Thames, Brighton, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Wien, Berlin, Milano and Madrid between October 18 and November 15, 2022.Tickets are on sale now via his official website.The Doncaster singer-songwriter is currently on tour playing festivals in Europe ahead of shows in Australia, New Zealand and the US.Yungblud UK and Europe tour dates 2022:OCTOBERThursday October 20 – Dundee, Fat SamsFriday October 21 – Newcastle, Boiler RoomSaturday October 22 – Leeds, Riley Smith TheatreSunday October 23 – Liverpool, Hangar 34Monday October 24 – Coventry, HMV EmpireTuesday October 25 – Bournemouth, Old Fire StationWednesday October 26 – Southampton 1865Thursday October 27 – Kingston, PryzmSaturday October 29 – Brighton, ChalkIn other news, Yungblud recently released new single ‘Don’t Feel Like Feeling Sad Today‘, which is taken from his self-titled third album that arrives on September 2.In a press release, the artist (real name Dominic Harrison) explained that he wrote the song “to help me stand up”, declaring that, “To me, this song is what happiness feels like. A defiant sort of happiness.
Emiliano De-Pablos - Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s ‘The Beasts’ and Remake Rights Drive Latido Films’ Raft of Cannes Slate Sales (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Mexico - Italy - Madrid - Argentina - Romania
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Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s ‘The Beasts’ and Remake Rights Drive Latido Films’ Raft of Cannes Slate Sales (EXCLUSIVE)
Emiliano De Pablos Suggesting an appreciable recovery in the dynamism of international film markets, Madrid-based Latido Films has unveiled a raft of deals on its Cannes line-up, led by standout sales for Rodrigo Sorogoyen’s Cannes Premiere player “The Beasts.” The Spain-set rural thriller was acquired by Movies Inspired in Italy and Imagine in Benelux. Co-produced by Spain’s Arcadia Motion Pictures and Sorogoyen’s Caballo Films with France’s Le Pacte, “The Beasts” has also been taken by Kino Mediteran in former Yugoslavia territories and Transilvania Film in Romania.Meanwhile, fruit of Latido’s strengthening of its remake rights sales strategies, the company has optioned Mexican movie adaptation rights on Nicolás Postiglione’s drama “Immersion” to Paloma Negra Films and Whisky, as a French redo of Gastón Duprat’s Spanish-Argentine drama “Masterpiece” is moving into production.  Also, Latido is in advanced negotiations on further remake rights deals in France, Italy and Mexico, among other territories.“Our sales expectations are beginning to approach pre-pandemic levels,” said Antonio Saura, Latido Films managing director.“We saw a market with multiple signs of dynamism but, at the same time, we feel that less and less risks are being taken,” argued Juan Torres, head of international sales. “Projects with a commercial vocation today attract the attention of many buyers more quickly,” he explained. “On the other hand, films that are more fragile from a commercial point of view but which previously managed to find acceptance in various territories today seem destined more than ever for festivals or minor online exhibition,” he added.Regarding signs of dynamism, Saura points out, “we see that independent distributors,
Madrid lies on the River Manzanares in the centre of both the country and the Community of Madrid region, of which it is also the capital. As the capital city of Spain, seat of government, residence of the Spanish monarch, Madrid is also the political, economic and cultural centre of the country. The current mayor is José Luis Martínez-Almeida from the People's Party.
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