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Alison Hammond admits she joined Big Brother in desperate bid to fix ‘traumatising debt’ - express - Tunisia
express.co.uk
06.12.2022 / 17:47

Alison Hammond admits she joined Big Brother in desperate bid to fix ‘traumatising debt’

This Morning presenter Alison Hammond, 47, spoke candidly about her money struggles before she competed on Big Brother in an interview with Jessie and Lennie Ware on their Table Manners podcast.The ITV star confessed she had hoped to win the competition so that its huge cash prize could lighten her financial burden. Asked why she decided to enter the competition, Alison described how she had been working in Tunisia when she read about the competition in the newspaper. When her colleagues and friends at the time urged her to audition for the show due to her likeable personality, Alison began to consider it due to her financial situation at the time. “At the time I had a debt of about £3,000, which at the time I was absolutely traumatised by,” she remembered.“Because every time I got paid, I just couldn’t make that debt go down, so I thought, ‘That would be a good idea to win £70,000 for going on a TV show.’“I’d never seen it before and everyone said, ‘Why don’t you apply?’ So I went off to the internet cafe and I applied for the show, and then I got an audition so I flew back to England.”Alison then went on to reveal that she had also auditioned for the popular ITV show Blind Date, which ran between 1985 and 2003.“I really wanted to do Blind Date and I really wanted to do Big Brother - and I got both of them!” Alison said. “I thought, ‘What should I do? Should I choose love… Or money? And I went for the money,” the presenter concluded with a laugh.Alison went on to join Big Brother for its third season, which aired in 2002, but she didn’t last long. She ended up being the third contestant to exit the show, after Sunita Sharma walked out voluntarily and Lynne Moncrieff was voted off.During the podcast, Alison also

Red Sea Film Festival Winners: ‘Hanging Gardens’ By Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji Takes Best Film Award - deadline.com - USA - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Iraq - city Baghdad - Tunisia - Palestine - city Jeddah
deadline.com
08.12.2022 / 22:47

Red Sea Film Festival Winners: ‘Hanging Gardens’ By Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji Takes Best Film Award

Iraqi filmmaker Ahmed Yassin Al Daradji picked up the Golden Yusr for Best Feature Film at the Red Sea Film Festival with his debut feature Hanging Gardens.

Lucy Hale is ravishing in red during Women In Cinema event in Saudi Arabia - www.dailymail.co.uk - France - Hollywood - city Sharon, county Stone - county Stone - Saudi Arabia - Egypt - Tunisia - county Hale - county Ida - city Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
dailymail.co.uk
03.12.2022 / 04:55

Lucy Hale is ravishing in red during Women In Cinema event in Saudi Arabia

Lucy Hale was among a star-studded guest list at Friday's Women In Cinema event at the Red Sea international Film Festival.The fete in honor of showbiz women was held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, a country whose first female-directed film was made just 10 years ago, and which lifted a 35-year ban on movie theaters as recently as 2017.For her latest leggy appearance Lucy, 33, wore a daring peekaboo ensemble with wide holes up and down both sides. There she is: Lucy Hale was among a star-studded guest list at Friday's Women In Cinema event at the Red Sea international Film FestivalThe Pretty Little Liars star turned this way and that in her flesh-fleshing look, which offered a generous glimpse of her shapely legs.Wearing her sleek black hair down, she sharpened her screen siren features with makeup including a slick of scarlet lipstick.

World Cup Ratings: France Scores Again For TF1 - deadline.com - Australia - France - Brazil - Germany - Belgium - Japan - Denmark - Qatar - Costa Rica - Morocco - Tunisia - Croatia
deadline.com
27.11.2022 / 14:35

World Cup Ratings: France Scores Again For TF1

France’s 2-1 victory in the World Cup group stage over Denmark on Saturday evening drew an average 11.6 million viewers to TF1 from the 5PM hour local time. This is second best audience score of the year for all programs and across all channels in the Hexagon. Upon entering the tournament last week,  Les Bleus set a record for viewership in 2022, and since June 2021.

Martin Boyle in ultimate show of Australia support as Hibs star keeps World Cup 'vibe manager' promise amid injury woes - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Australia - Scotland - county Martin - county Boyle - Qatar - Tunisia
dailyrecord.co.uk
26.11.2022 / 13:05

Martin Boyle in ultimate show of Australia support as Hibs star keeps World Cup 'vibe manager' promise amid injury woes

Australia and Hibs winger Martin Boyle has flown in to Qatar to back the Socceroos following knee surgery which has edned his campaign.

‘The Equalizer 3’ Adds Six To Cast - deadline.com - Washington - Washington - Tunisia - county Mckenzie
deadline.com
23.11.2022 / 20:03

‘The Equalizer 3’ Adds Six To Cast

EXCLUSIVE: Sony has rounded out its cast for The Equalizer 3, with Eugenio Mastrandrea (From Scratch), Remo Girone (Ford v Ferrari), Sonia Ammar (Scream), Daniele Perrone (Baaria), Andrea Scarduzio (Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One) and Andrea Dodero (Blocco 181) signing on for roles. 

Danish model Laila Hasanovic stuns as she wears skin tight black swimsuit as she supports footballer boyfriend - www.thesun.co.uk - Denmark - Qatar - Tunisia - city Copenhagen
thesun.co.uk
22.11.2022 / 11:49

Danish model Laila Hasanovic stuns as she wears skin tight black swimsuit as she supports footballer boyfriend

THERE will be no red cards when Laila Hasanovic is around. The model, 22, stuns as she wears a skin tight black swimsuit as she enjoys a dip in the sea.

Cammy Devlin 'broke down in tears' as Hearts star's emotional Australia reaction to World Cup call-up revealed - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Australia - France - Denmark - Qatar - Tunisia
dailyrecord.co.uk
08.11.2022 / 12:35

Cammy Devlin 'broke down in tears' as Hearts star's emotional Australia reaction to World Cup call-up revealed

Hearts hero Cammy Devlin was reduced to tears after he was told he had made Australia's 26-man squad for the World Cup.

SF Studios Acquires Johan Rundberg’s ‘Moonwind & Hoff’ Series; Marrakech Unveils Line-Up For Atlas Workshops — Global Briefs - deadline.com - London - Egypt - Algeria - Morocco - Tunisia - city Venice
deadline.com
19.10.2022 / 14:29

SF Studios Acquires Johan Rundberg’s ‘Moonwind & Hoff’ Series; Marrakech Unveils Line-Up For Atlas Workshops — Global Briefs

SF Studios Acquires Johan Rundberg’s ‘Moonwind & Hoff’ Book SeriesSF Studios has acquired the film rights to Johan Rundberg’s book series Moonwind & Hoff. The series includes the novels The Night Raven, The Queen of Thieves, The Angel of Death, and The Blood Pact. The Night Raven is the first novel that will be adapted, produced, and distributed by SF Studios. The film is expected to start shooting at the beginning of 2024 with a theatrical release in 2025. Stefan H. Lindén and Alexandra Thönnersten, producers at SF Studios, said: “The Night Raven and the entire series about Moonwind & Hoff are exactly in the realm of magical realism that we both dreamed of producing. In many ways, both the world and the characters feel inspiring and exciting. We want to create a grand series of films that can enthrall cinema audiences.”

Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ To Open Cairo International Film Festival; New Team Unveils 2022 Line-Up - deadline.com - France - Brazil - Mexico - Italy - Canada - India - Ukraine - Belgium - Japan - Egypt - Poland - Morocco - Tunisia - Lebanon - Palestine - Macedonia
deadline.com
18.10.2022 / 15:43

Steven Spielberg’s ‘The Fabelmans’ To Open Cairo International Film Festival; New Team Unveils 2022 Line-Up

Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical, coming-of-age drama The Fabelmans has been announced as the opening film of 44th Cairo International Film Festival, running from November 13 to 22.

Arab Series ‘Finding Ola’ Leads Regional Shows Looking to Grab Global Audiences - variety.com - Egypt - Tunisia - Netflix
variety.com
15.10.2022 / 16:45

Arab Series ‘Finding Ola’ Leads Regional Shows Looking to Grab Global Audiences

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent In what is being hailedas a milestone, Egyptian director Mohamed Diab recently became the first Arab helmer to direct a Marvel project when he took the reins of the limited series “Moon Knight,” while Netflix launched its latest Arab original show, “Finding Ola,” toplining Cairo-based Tunisian star Hend Sabry. Sabry plays a happy divorcee who embarks on a journey of self-discovery, reflecting changing female roles in the region and the streamer’s thematically groundbreaking Middle East strategy.   Meanwhile, Egyptian producer Mohammed Hefzy, whose production company Film Clinic was behind Netflix’s first Egyptian original skein, “Paranormal,” became a member of the 2022 Intl. Emmy Awards jury.

Diego Maradona's 'Hand of God' ball up for auction and expected to make staggering amount - www.dailystar.co.uk - Mexico - Argentina - Tunisia
dailystar.co.uk
13.10.2022 / 19:58

Diego Maradona's 'Hand of God' ball up for auction and expected to make staggering amount

Diego Maradona's ‘Hand of God’ goal against England is up for auction - and it’s expected to make up to £3million.The ball is being brought to auction by Graham Budd Auctions, with seller Ali Bin Nasser, who is the Tunisian referee who famously allowed one of the most controversial goals in history during the 1986 World Cup quarter-final, in line to receive the huge amount.During Argentina’s 2-1 knockout win over the Three Lions, in a match played out just four years after the end of the Falklands War, Maradona scored two of the most significant goals in the history of the game.READ MORE:Chelsea and England fans alike panicking after Reece James hobbles off with knee injuryThe attacker, widely considered one of the best to ever grace the pitch, netted the first goal with his hand, looping it over the out-stretched arm of Peter Shilton - though the referee didn’t spot it.Maradona went on to claim that the goal was scored “a little with the head of Maradona and a little with the hand of God”.The second goal saw Maradona dribble past five England players, including goalkeeper Shilton, before slotting the ball home. Some have labelled it as the ‘goal of the century’.England brought one back with an 81st-minute goal via Gary Lineker - but the day was Argentina’s, as they progressed and ultimately went on to win the tournament.Seller Bin Nasser said: “This ball is part of international football history - it feels like the right time to be sharing it with the world.

Erik ten Hag has already told Casemiro how to break into Manchester United line up - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Spain - France - Brazil - Manchester - Ghana - Tunisia
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
05.10.2022 / 07:39

Erik ten Hag has already told Casemiro how to break into Manchester United line up

Arriving at Manchester United from Real Madrid in the summer transfer window, Brazilian midfielder Casemiro, who won the Champions League five times with Los Blancos, probably expected to come in as a starter. Even if he thought that it would take him a few weeks to settle in, the 30-year-old certainly will not have pictured himself sat on the bench for the Manchester derby in early October.

Roberto Carlos gives Manchester United's Fred and Casemiro ultimate Brazil compliment - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Brazil - Manchester - county Scott - Qatar - Ghana - Tunisia
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
29.09.2022 / 15:27

Roberto Carlos gives Manchester United's Fred and Casemiro ultimate Brazil compliment

Roberto Carlos has named Manchester United's Fred and Casemiro as the Brazilian players he would have liked to play alongside.

Richarlison has banana thrown at him by racist fan after Spurs star scores for Brazil - www.dailystar.co.uk - Spain - Brazil - Tunisia
dailystar.co.uk
28.09.2022 / 08:27

Richarlison has banana thrown at him by racist fan after Spurs star scores for Brazil

Tottenham Hotspur forward Richarlison was hit by a banana thrown by a racist spectator, while on international duty for Brazil. At the time, the former Everton player was wheeling off in celebration having scored the second goal in a 5-1 victory against Tunisia.

Manchester United midfielder Fred makes Alex Telles admission after loan switch - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - France - Brazil - Manchester - Qatar - Ghana - Tunisia
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
23.09.2022 / 18:47

Manchester United midfielder Fred makes Alex Telles admission after loan switch

Manchester United midfielder Fred has admitted that he 'misses' Brazil teammate Alex Telles, with the defender currently out on loan with Sevilla.

‘Icons Unearthed: Star Wars’ Picked Up By Amazon Freevee In The UK - deadline.com - Britain - Italy - Canada - Kentucky - Tunisia - county Baker
deadline.com
23.09.2022 / 11:11

‘Icons Unearthed: Star Wars’ Picked Up By Amazon Freevee In The UK

EXCLUSIVE: Amazon Freevee has picked up Icons Unearthed: Star Wars for the UK, the doc series that features the first tell-all on-camera interview with George Lucas’ former wife Marcia Lucas.

Crossfire viewers blast ‘insensitive’ BBC over shooting massacre scenes in Keeley Hawes drama - www.thesun.co.uk - Britain - Tunisia - city Tunisia
thesun.co.uk
21.09.2022 / 01:45

Crossfire viewers blast ‘insensitive’ BBC over shooting massacre scenes in Keeley Hawes drama

THOSE tuning into Crossfire have blasted the BBC over its "insensitive" shooting massacre scenes. Keeley Hawes is back on the box with her latest drama, which tells the tale of a woman on a family holiday whose life gets turned upside down when gunmen suddenly open fire.

Eva Mendes makes washing dishes with a sponge exciting in her latest video - us.hola.com - Spain - Chile - Tunisia
us.hola.com
20.09.2022 / 19:15

Eva Mendes makes washing dishes with a sponge exciting in her latest video

Eva Mendes knows how to make anything exciting. The retired actress recently shared a video promoting her Skura Style sponge. “No egg on my face - no egg on my sponge,” she wrote in the caption.

Mikel Arteta tells Gabriel Jesus to 'accept the coach's decision' after he was snubbed - www.dailystar.co.uk - Brazil - Manchester - Ghana - Tunisia
dailystar.co.uk
17.09.2022 / 12:09

Mikel Arteta tells Gabriel Jesus to 'accept the coach's decision' after he was snubbed

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has told Gabriel Jesus to ‘accept the coach’s decision’ after being snubbed by the Brazil national team.The £45million striker has been a revelation at the Emirates this season, becoming the Gunners’ star player after being reunited with his former Manchester City coach Arteta. He has six goal involvements in six Premier League matches already, but was surprisingly left out of Brazil’s upcoming friendlies against Ghana and Tunisia in preparation for the World Cup.Jesus will therefore remain at London Colney along with teammates Gabriel Martinelli and Gabriel Magalhaes, who were similarly left out by manager Tite.

Yellow Veil Pictures Nabs U.S. Rights to ‘Ashkal’ Following TIFF Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Los Angeles - USA - New York - Tunisia
variety.com
13.09.2022 / 00:45

Yellow Veil Pictures Nabs U.S. Rights to ‘Ashkal’ Following TIFF Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Brent Lang Executive Editor Yellow Veil Pictures has acquired U.S. distribution rights to “Ashkal,” following its screening at the Toronto International Film Festival. The murder mystery is the second feature from Tunisian director Youssef Chebbi and had its world premiere earlier this year at Cannes as part of the Directors’ Fortnight section. Yellow Veil Pictures plans to release the film theatrically in 2023. “Ashkal” is set amongst derelict, half-finished apartment complexes of a former regime, where a mysterious burnt body is discovered by two police officers. The corpse reveals a puzzling repetition of events. As the investigation progresses, a network of violence and corruption is uncovered throughout the city. Fatma Oussaifi and Mohamed Houcine Grayaa star in the picture.

Tunisia Submits Toronto Title ‘Under The Fig Trees’ To International Oscars Race, Luxbox Unveils Deals - deadline.com - Spain - France - USA - city Melbourne - Portugal - Turkey - Tunisia - city Sarajevo - city Tunisia
deadline.com
09.09.2022 / 21:17

Tunisia Submits Toronto Title ‘Under The Fig Trees’ To International Oscars Race, Luxbox Unveils Deals

EXCLUSIVE: Tunisia has submitted Erige Sehiri’s bucolic coming-of-age tale Under The Fig Trees, about a group of teenagers working as fig pickers over the summer, as its entry for the best international film Oscar.

Scots Ryanair flight in near miss drama over skies of Spain - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Spain - Scotland - Madrid - Morocco - Tunisia
dailyrecord.co.uk
07.09.2022 / 19:53

Scots Ryanair flight in near miss drama over skies of Spain

A Ryanair flight bound for Scotland had a near miss with another flight over a Spanish city at the weekend.

The Match Factory Scores Multiple Sales on Gianni Amelio’s ‘Lord of the Ants’ Ahead of Venice Premiere (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Australia - Spain - New Zealand - Sweden - Italy - Japan - Greece - Tunisia
variety.com
06.09.2022 / 12:21

The Match Factory Scores Multiple Sales on Gianni Amelio’s ‘Lord of the Ants’ Ahead of Venice Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

Nick Vivarelli International Correspondent Prominent arthouse sales company The Match Factory has closed multiple sales on Italian auteur Gianni Amelio’s Venice competition title “Lord of the Ants” ahead of its Venice premiere on Tuesday. The Match Factory has sealed deals on Amelio’s latest work – which is a biopic of Italian poet, playwright and director Aldo Braibanti, who was jailed in 1968 due to a Fascist-era anti-gay law – that will ensure the film’s theatrical release in: Australia/New Zealand (Palace Films); Japan (Zazie Films); Spain (Surtsey Films); Sweden (TriArt Film) and Greece (Ama Films). Further deals are in negotiation, the company said. Braibanti was convicted after a complaint from his partner’s father, who later forced his son to be treated with electroconvulsive therapy in an ill-conceived attempt to rid him of his homosexuality. The Fascist-era law that punished Braibanti, which made it a crime to lead innocent or unwary people “morally” astray, was repealed in 1981.

Boss at Scotland's controversial immigration detention centre attacked by inmate - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland - Tunisia - Beyond
dailyrecord.co.uk
05.09.2022 / 07:19

Boss at Scotland's controversial immigration detention centre attacked by inmate

A boss at Scotland’s controversial detention centre for immigrants needed hospital treatment after an attack by an inmate.

Venice’s Final Cut Celebrates 10 Years of Discoveries - variety.com - France - Jordan - Guinea - Egypt - Algeria - Morocco - Tunisia - city Venice - Lebanon - Palestine - Central African Republic
variety.com
01.09.2022 / 14:29

Venice’s Final Cut Celebrates 10 Years of Discoveries

Marta Balaga Final Cut, a workshop supporting films in post-production from African and Arab countries – launched by the Venice Film Festival’s industry section, Venice Production Bridge – celebrates its 10th anniversary this week. Its goals have remained the same, however, as it continues to provide emerging filmmakers with concrete assistance as well as visibility, all the while strengthening Venice’s role as “bridge builder,” says Alessandra Speciale, its curator. The final selection features titles made by directors from nine different countries: Algeria, Jordan, Guinea, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Central African Republic and Tunisia.

Manchester United hopeful of selling forward on transfer deadline day - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Scotland - Manchester - Ireland - Birmingham - Netherlands - Tunisia
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
01.09.2022 / 13:27

Manchester United hopeful of selling forward on transfer deadline day

Manchester United are hopeful of finalising the permanent sale of Tahith Chong on deadline day.

Netflix Expected to Maintain Lead in Arab SVOD Market Amid Double Digit Growth, Analyst Predicts - variety.com - Jordan - Tunisia - Netflix
variety.com
22.08.2022 / 11:47

Netflix Expected to Maintain Lead in Arab SVOD Market Amid Double Digit Growth, Analyst Predicts

Nick Vivarelli International CorrespondentStreamer subscriptions across the Arab world are expected to more than double over the next five years  with current regional market leader Netflix remaining firmly ahead of the pack.According to a study conducted across 13 Arabic countries by London-based research firm Digital TV Research paid SVOD subs in the Middle East region are set to rise from 9.49 million in 2021 to 21.5 million by 2027.Amid this double digit growth “Netflix will continue to lead the market, although Disney+ has provided a strong challenge since [entering the market in] June,” the firm’s chief analyst Simon Murray said.Murray interestingly added that “We assume that Netflix and Disney+ will add hybrid ad-supported tiers in a pan-Arabic platform [starting] from 2024.” Digital TV Research projects that by 2027 Disney+ will reach roughly 3,3 million subs across Arab territories.That means that, despite its fast growth, Disney+ will remain behind StarzPlay Arabia – which was launched in 2015 as the first Starz-branded SVOD outside the U.S. – and is now expected to rise to 3,4 million customers by 2027 from roughly 2 million subs in 2021.Meanwhile Netflix is projected by the study to rise to more than 5,4 million customers in Arab countries by 2027 from 3.5 million subs in 2021.The U.S.

Mum thought 'Turkish Warrior' boxer was man of her dreams - then he ran off with £35k - www.dailystar.co.uk - Turkey - Tunisia - city Istanbul
dailystar.co.uk
21.08.2022 / 21:05

Mum thought 'Turkish Warrior' boxer was man of her dreams - then he ran off with £35k

fleeced her of £35,000. Alison Wood, 51, met Umit Sucu, 44, in a pub near her Bristol home in 2018 where he told her he was toasting his divorce. The pair hit it off and started a relationship, but Sucu soon became "pushy" about cash in the months that followed, a court was told.

Strictly's Richie Anderson poses with 'manager' Katie Price as hidden past exposed - www.dailystar.co.uk - city Anderson - Tunisia
dailystar.co.uk
18.08.2022 / 13:35

Strictly's Richie Anderson poses with 'manager' Katie Price as hidden past exposed

Strictly Come Dancing star Richie Anderson was once managed by Katie Price at a charity football match. The star-studded game held in 2017 saw Katie's side The Smiling Saddlers take on the Compton Wolves, captained by ex-Corrie star Shayne Ward, at Walsall FC's Banks's Stadium.Calum Best, Jamie O'Hara, Simon Webbe and Dean Gaffney were all involved in the fundraising event to raise money for teenager Joel Richards, who died during the Tunisia attacks.READ MORE: Strictly Come Dancing pairings teased as male professionals spotted filmingBBC Radio 2 presenter Richie, 34, was part of Katie's team at the time and reminisced about working alongside the famous model in 2019 by sharing a throwback selfie on Instagram.In the photograph, mum-of-five Katie can be seen showing off her famous pout while Richie attempts to copy the reality star.He penned alongside the snap" "My iconic #tbt to the time I played football for a team managed by @officialkatieprice at @walsallfcofficial #football #katieprice #icons"The post racked up hundreds of likes and fans rushed to leave a message for the star in the comment section.One fan penned: "Oh Katie behave."Another joked: "the pout was nearly up there with Katie’s , almost had it pal."A third person posted: "We would love to meet Katie Price."It was announced earlier this month that Richie will be taking part in the 2022 series of the BBC dancing show.Richie Anderson said: "This is a dream come true! I cannot wait to get in those sparkles and sequins and shimmy across the most famous dance floor in the world."Strictly is the ultimate feel good show, as soon as I hear that iconic theme tune it’s just pure escapism.

Dad said he was taking kids on beach trip - but got plane and 'kidnapped' them - www.dailystar.co.uk - Tunisia - Libya - city Tunisia
dailystar.co.uk
17.08.2022 / 21:23

Dad said he was taking kids on beach trip - but got plane and 'kidnapped' them

Yorkshire Live reports. READ MORE: Teenage girl injects herself with boyfriend's HIV-positive blood to 'prove her love' She said: "I've always had this fear that he's going to do this."Now, she says, police have tracked them as far away as Tunisia."Fares is a Libyan national," Daley explained."I've been to Libya and Tunisia in the past, and from Tunisia, it's only a few hours' drive to Libya, so when they said that, I just knew that they were there."They've now put warrants out for the two for abduction, with high-risk missing person's tags put on the children.

Tarak Ben Ammar’s Eagle Pictures Expands Production in Italy With Startup 302 Original Content - variety.com - Italy - Berlin - Tunisia
variety.com
04.08.2022 / 17:57

Tarak Ben Ammar’s Eagle Pictures Expands Production in Italy With Startup 302 Original Content

Nick Vivarelli International CorrespondentFranco-Tunisian film entrepreneur Tarak Ben Ammar’s Italian distribution and production outfit Eagle Pictures is beefing up its production side with the purchase of film and TV startup 302 Original Content.The Milan-based 302 is headed by emerging producer Giuseppe Saccà who shepherded the 2020 Berlin-prizewinning drama “Bad Tales” by Italy’s Damiano and Fabio D’Innocenzo when he was working with his father, veteran producer and former RAI head of drama Agostino Sacca, under their Pepito Produzioni shingle.Saccà, who left Pepito and joined 302 Original Content in July 2021, will stay on board as its managing director.302, which was founded by veteran TV exec Piero Crispino — who has since exited — got traction in Italy’s kids’ space by producing shows for Disney that have travelled internationally, such as “Alex & Co” and “Penny on M.A.R.S.,” but also various types of content for local broadcasters RAI, Mediaset, Sky, Viacom and Discovery. Under Saccà’s guidance, the company broadened its scope into the film space.302 Original Content’s credits to date include Calabria-set rom com comedy “My Brother And I,” directed by young adult pics specialist Luca Lucini, about a brother and sister fighting for the love of the same woman, whom the brother is about to marry.

Bride dumped at wedding after mother-of-groom said she was 'ugly and short' - www.dailystar.co.uk - Tunisia
dailystar.co.uk
28.07.2022 / 04:01

Bride dumped at wedding after mother-of-groom said she was 'ugly and short'

According to Yabaleft, the groom's mum had only seen pictures of the bride-to-be ahead of the big day, so only caught a glimpse of her in real life for the first time at the wedding ceremony.It's reported the woman was disappointed when she saw her for the first time on what was meant to be the best day of the couple's lives, and alleged her daughter-in-law to be was too short and unattractive to wed her son.READ MORE: Woman with 34GG boobs tries on bridesmaid dress but people say it's attention seekingShe then directed her son to stop the ceremony at once, as she couldn't let him tie the knot with the Tunisian lady referred to as Lamia Al-Labawi.Before the drama erupted the bride was photographed next to the groom who was seen to wipe his face with a handkerchief.Since the heartbreak unfolded Lamia posted on social media to tell people about what went down on her big day.She told people she is an orphan and spent a fortune on the couple's day, and then it was taken away from her by her ex mother-in-law.The devastated bride was said to be left embarrassed, and couldn't look at people following the rejection.She also said she could hear people making sneaky remarks when the drama unfolded.

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