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The Crown resumes filming days after Queen's death amid funeral production delay
Netflix hit The Crown has resumed filming just days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.The Royal drama was filming its sixth and final series in Barcelona when news of the late monarch's passing at the age of 96 broke on Thursday.In a mark of respect, show creators announced filming would be suspended for a day on Friday.READ MORE: Netflix The Crown fans demand another season to mark the death of Queen Elizabeth IIFollowing the brief production break, The Crown resumed filming this week with Princess Diana actress Elizabeth Debicki recreating Diana's famous visit to Sarajevo in 1997.The late princess visited the Bosnian capital just weeks before her death.Pictured on-set, Debicki was seen recreating memorable incidences from one of Diana's final pubic appearances as she sported her trademark blonde bob.Wearing a replica pink shirt and gold drop earrings, the Tenet actress strolled through the set with a bouquet of flowers as she spoke to extras.While filming on The Crown's final season has officially resumed, show bosses have confirmed production will once again be suspended on the day of the Queen's funeral.The late monarch will be laid to rest on Monday, September 19 following a 10-day period of mourning.A Netflix spokesperson said on Friday: "As a mark of respect, filming on The Crown was suspended today.
Croatian Director Juraj Lerotic’s Debut ‘Safe Place’ Wins at Resurgent Sarajevo Film Festival - variety.com - France - Ukraine - Austria - Serbia - Israel - Croatia - county Sebastian - city Sarajevo - Bosnia And Hzegovina
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Croatian Director Juraj Lerotic’s Debut ‘Safe Place’ Wins at Resurgent Sarajevo Film Festival
Christopher Vourlias Croatian writer-director Juraj Lerotić’s “Safe Place,” an emotional story of a family reeling in the wake of a suicide attempt, took the top prize at the Sarajevo Film Festival, which wrapped a record-setting 2022 edition in the Bosnian capital on Friday night.The Heart of Sarajevo Award for best feature film was given by a jury headed by Austrian filmmaker Sebastian Meise (“The Great Freedom”), which included French filmmaker Lucile Hadžihalilović (“Earwig”), Croatian writer-director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović (“Murina”), Serbian actor Milan Marić (“Dovlatov”) and Israeli producer and consultant Katriel Schory.“Safe Place” plays on Lerotić’s own pained family history, with the Croatian multihyphenate taking on the lead role in his deeply personal story — a performance that also earned him the award for best actor in Sarajevo. Fresh off a triumphant world premiere in Locarno, where the film won three awards including best first feature, “Safe Place” was described by Variety’s Guy Lodge as a “supremely poised and moving first feature” and a “shattering” debut, “with a long trail of further festival bookings surely ahead.”Ukrainian director Maryina Er Gorbach was named best director for “Klondike,” which portrays the brutal realities of the war unfolding in Ukraine’s Donbass region through the lens of a pregnant farmstead owner whose life and home fall apart.
Ji.hlava’s Emerging Producers Deliver Pitches for Documentary Projects (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Scotland - Ukraine - Russia - Syria - Slovenia - city Sarajevo - city Damascus
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Ji.hlava’s Emerging Producers Deliver Pitches for Documentary Projects (EXCLUSIVE)
Leo Barraclough International Features EditorJi.hlava Intl. Documentary Film Festival has revealed to Variety the projects that the participants of its 2022 Emerging Producers program are working on. The producers were asked to deliver an elevator pitch for their projects.Every year since 2010, the festival has selected 18 up-and-coming producers of documentary films (17 European and one representing a non-European guest country), which are then provided with educational, networking and promotional support.There are almost 200 alumni of the program, many of whom have gone on to win awards at major festivals.The 2023 participants will be announced by Ji.hlava during the Sarajevo Film Festival on Aug. 15.“All Roads” (working title)Producer: Charlotte Hailstone, Hailstone Films (U.K.)Director: Laura WadhaSynopsis: A decade after the war began, a Scottish/Syrian filmmaker tries to reconnect with her fractured Syrian family, scattered around the world. She embarks on a journey, exploring the breakdown in communication between loved ones she hasn’t seen since 2010, wondering to what extent this has actually been caused by the war.Pitch: Laura’s debut feature builds on her successful short documentaries, including Berlinale Crystal Bear-winning “Born in Damascus.” This intimate film shows the audience what happens long after the initial upheaval of war. A timely light shone on the lasting impact this trauma has on lives and relationships.
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