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Sheffield DocFest Confronts Challenges Facing Nonfiction Film Industry, In Midst Of Turbulent Political, Economic Environment - deadline.com - Britain - France - Germany
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16.06.2024 / 09:09

Sheffield DocFest Confronts Challenges Facing Nonfiction Film Industry, In Midst Of Turbulent Political, Economic Environment

International documentary filmmakers and industry reps are gathering at Sheffield DocFest in the U.K. at a moment of political tumult in Europe. British voters head to the polls for a general election on July 4; in France, President Macron dissolved the National Assembly and called snap legislative elections after a French ultranationalist party surged in voting for the European Parliament. Germany’s far-right AfD party also scored substantial gains in that European Parliament vote. Overall, the center held — more or less.

Dominique Boutonnat, President of France’s Powerful Film Board CNC, Faces Three-Year Suspended Prison Sentence - variety.com - France - Greece
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15.06.2024 / 17:13

Dominique Boutonnat, President of France’s Powerful Film Board CNC, Faces Three-Year Suspended Prison Sentence

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent Trialed for alleged sexual assault on June 14, Dominique Boutonnat, the president of the National Film Board, France’s most powerful film institution, is facing a three-year suspended prison sentence. Boutonnat was indicted in February 2021 for the alleged sexual assault of his then 19-year-old godson in August 2020, during a vacation in Greece.

Adult Swim President Michael Ouweleen Pushes International Expansion (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Monaco - Poland
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15.06.2024 / 11:43

Adult Swim President Michael Ouweleen Pushes International Expansion (EXCLUSIVE)

Michael Ouweleen, president of Cartoon Network, Boomerang and Adult Swim, a major force behind the rise of adult animation, has signalled at Annecy the company’s intention to ramp up its presence in Europe and international markets at large. “We very much want to see Adult Swim originals coming from anywhere in the world,” Ouweleen told Variety at the French festival. The stars are aligning for the overseas drive.

Shanghai Film Festival Jury Weighs in on Unique Process of Moviemaking: ‘Each Film Is a Rejection of the Previous One’ - variety.com - Australia - France - China - Germany - Argentina - Vietnam - city Santiago - Hong Kong - city Shanghai
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15.06.2024 / 07:17

Shanghai Film Festival Jury Weighs in on Unique Process of Moviemaking: ‘Each Film Is a Rejection of the Previous One’

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Along with a red-carpet opening ceremony, a press conference with the members of the main competition jury is a staple event of major film festivals and the 26th edition of the Shanghai International Film Festival kicked off in traditional form on Friday. Along with Vietnam-French director Tran Anh Hung, previously revealed as jury president, the other members of the decisive committee this year are: Australian director and screenwriter Rolf de Heer; German director Matthias Glasner; Hong Kong actor Tony Leung Ka Fai; Argentinian director Santiago Mitre; Chinese director Sonthar Gyal; and, the jury’s only woman, star actor Zhou Xun. A packed audience lobbed familiar questions about the criteria they jurors would employ to decide the Golden Goblet prize winners, and what informs those views.

Monte-Carlo Television Festival Chief Talks Morgan Freeman, ‘Fabulous Highlights’ of 63rd Edition, ‘Fan Favorite’ Awardee - variety.com - France - Chicago
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15.06.2024 / 07:17

Monte-Carlo Television Festival Chief Talks Morgan Freeman, ‘Fabulous Highlights’ of 63rd Edition, ‘Fan Favorite’ Awardee

Marta Balaga The Monte-Carlo Television Festival has rolled out the blue carpet welcoming star guests for its 63rd edition, but it also has an eye on the future.“We’re always working towards expanding and developing the festival. Each year, we get better and better,” executive director Cécile Menoni says.Listing “fabulous highlights,” Menoni gushes over this year’s Crystal Nymph winner: Morgan Freeman.

Morgan Freeman, ‘SEAL Team’s’ David Boreanaz, ‘Bridgerton’s’ Simone Ashley Among Stars at Monte-Carlo Television Festival - variety.com - Spain - France - Italy - Monaco - Denmark - Czech Republic - county Anderson
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14.06.2024 / 22:27

Morgan Freeman, ‘SEAL Team’s’ David Boreanaz, ‘Bridgerton’s’ Simone Ashley Among Stars at Monte-Carlo Television Festival

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor Prince Albert II of Monaco opened the 63rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival Friday, accompanied by a panoply of stars led by Morgan Freeman, “SEAL Team’s” David Boreanaz and “Bridgerton’s” Simone Ashley. The opening ceremony took place under stormy skies at the Grimaldi Forum, where the world premiere of limited series “The Gray House” opened the event.

French Film and TV Business Braces for Fallout as Possibility of Far-Right Wins Loom in Upcoming Elections - variety.com - France - Paris
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14.06.2024 / 20:17

French Film and TV Business Braces for Fallout as Possibility of Far-Right Wins Loom in Upcoming Elections

Elsa Keslassy International Correspondent The historic gains of the French far-right party Rassemblement National (National Rally, or RN) during the European elections on June 9 and French President Emmanuel Macron‘s shock decision to dissolve the National Assembly have not only propelled the country’s film and TV industry into a state of panic but are causing ripples across the economy. Boasting the second-biggest economy in Europe, France saw its stock exchange take a hit this week amid talks that Marine Le Pen‘s far-right party had a solid chance of performing strongly in the parliamentary elections set for June 30 and July 7.

International Insider: Animation Nation; Deadline Travels Around Europe; Remembering John Balson - deadline.com - Australia - France - Japan
deadline.com
14.06.2024 / 12:27

International Insider: Animation Nation; Deadline Travels Around Europe; Remembering John Balson

Good afternoon Insiders. We’ve been all over Europe this week, so here’s Max Goldbart, back in the London-shaped saddle, to walk you through the major stories of the past seven days. Scroll on. And sign up here.

International Disruptors: Fabian Gasmia Of Seven Elephants On Making Lena Dunham & Stephen Fry Starrer ‘Treasure’, His “Special Relationship” With France & Why German Cinema Is Having A “Renaissance” - deadline.com - Britain - France - USA - Germany - Berlin
deadline.com
13.06.2024 / 14:07

International Disruptors: Fabian Gasmia Of Seven Elephants On Making Lena Dunham & Stephen Fry Starrer ‘Treasure’, His “Special Relationship” With France & Why German Cinema Is Having A “Renaissance”

Welcome to Deadline’s International Disruptors, a feature where we shine a spotlight on key executives and companies outside of the U.S. shaking up the offshore marketplace. This week we’re talking to leading German producer Fabian Gasmia, whose credits include Olivier Assayas’ Personal Shopper, Leos Carax’s Annette and, more recently, Lena Dunham and Stephen Fry starrer Treasure, which has its North American premiere at Tribeca last weekend. Gasmia, who set up production banner Seven Elephants in 2018 with directors Julia von Heinz, Erik Schmitt and David Wnendt, talks us through building that outfit, his “special relationship” with France and why he thinks German cinema is having a “renaissance.”

Folivari Backs Sherlock Holmes Spinoff ‘The Baker Street Four’ Amidst Wider International Expansion (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - Spain - France - Brazil - USA - Chile
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13.06.2024 / 07:39

Folivari Backs Sherlock Holmes Spinoff ‘The Baker Street Four’ Amidst Wider International Expansion (EXCLUSIVE)

Ben Croll In a sign of Folivari’s widening ambitions, the French animation powerhouse will handle world sales of the Sherlock Holmes spinoff “The Baker Street Four” through its newly launched distribution branch Folivari International. Adapted from a local comic book series that pairs Arthur Conan Doyle’s great detective with four streetwise urchins, the title was developed in-house, with Folivari and Blue Spirit (“Blue Eye Samurai”) tackling creative duties and Canal+ set as commissioning broadcaster.

Françoise Hardy, French Singer and Actor Who Became International Icon in 1960s, Dies at 80 - variety.com - France - USA - county Hardy
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12.06.2024 / 00:21

Françoise Hardy, French Singer and Actor Who Became International Icon in 1960s, Dies at 80

Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic Françoise Hardy, a French singer, actor and model whose classical beauty and often melancholy music combined to transfix fans internationally in the 1960s and beyond, has died at age 80. Her son, Thomas Dutronc, also a musician, reported the death on his Instagram account, posting a baby photo of himself with his mother and writing: “Maman est partie.” Or, mom is gone.

French Animation Distributor Eurozoom Inks Strategic Alliance with Special Touch Studios, takes Four Titles to Annecy Animation Festival (EXCLUSIVE) - variety.com - France - Canada - Belgium - Japan - Luxembourg
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11.06.2024 / 07:29

French Animation Distributor Eurozoom Inks Strategic Alliance with Special Touch Studios, takes Four Titles to Annecy Animation Festival (EXCLUSIVE)

Anna Marie de la Fuente Eurozoom, a leading French distributor for Japanese animation, has forged a strategic partnership with major French animation producer Special Touch Studios, led by founder and CEO Sebastien Onomo. “We both share the same passion for animation and want to tell bold stories with a particular attention to professional diversity,” said Eurozoom’s CEO-Founder Amel Lacombe, who added that they were jointly working on a six-animation feature lineup. Leading the pack is “Melvile,” directed by Romain Renard and Fursy Teyssier.

‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’ Speeds To $105M Global Opening; ‘Garfield’ Nears $200M WW – International Box Office - deadline.com - Britain - France - China - Mexico - Italy - Germany - Japan - Saudi Arabia - Indiana - city Riyadh
deadline.com
09.06.2024 / 16:45

‘Bad Boys: Ride Or Die’ Speeds To $105M Global Opening; ‘Garfield’ Nears $200M WW – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: Sony’s Bad Boys: Ride or Die pummeled pre-weekend opening projections, coming in with a $104.6M global bow, including $48.6M from the international box office. While the overseas debut is slightly off 2020’s Bad Boys for Life which did $50.3M in like-for-like offshore markets at today’s exchange rates, that film had strong legs. Either way, Ride or Die‘s start gave some much needed oomph to summer turnstiles. Its launch is 58% bigger than Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.

Women in Animation Unveils 2024 International Diversity Initiative Teams - variety.com - Brazil - USA - South Africa - Argentina - Indonesia
variety.com
07.06.2024 / 15:35

Women in Animation Unveils 2024 International Diversity Initiative Teams

Naman Ramachandran Women in Animation (WIA) has revealed the five teams chosen for the 2024 Stories x Women program, sponsored by The Walt Disney Company and UNESCO. The initiative aims to amplify diverse voices in animation, offering international opportunities for women animators from emerging markets in Africa, Asia-Pacific and Latin America.

AI Film Competition Unveiled at Bucheon Fantasy Festival - variety.com - France - South Korea - Dubai - Japan - Singapore
variety.com
05.06.2024 / 06:41

AI Film Competition Unveiled at Bucheon Fantasy Festival

Patrick Frater Asia Bureau Chief Going all-in on its exploration of the role of artificial intelligence in filmmaking, South Korea’s Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BiFan) has unveiled a 15-title AI Film competition. The films will compete for jury-selected and audience awards and cash prizes of up to KRW1.5 million ($11,000).

Andrea Arnold’s ‘Bird’ Locks International Deals For Cornerstone - deadline.com - Britain - Spain - France - USA - Italy - Ireland - South Korea - Germany - Japan - Portugal - Switzerland - Greece - Czech Republic - Turkey - Hungary - Bulgaria - Israel - Romania
deadline.com
04.06.2024 / 15:29

Andrea Arnold’s ‘Bird’ Locks International Deals For Cornerstone

Cornerstone has closed worldwide distribution deals for Andrea Arnold’s latest feature film Bird, which debuted at last month’s Cannes Film Festival. 

‘The Garfield Movie’ Purrs Past $150M WW; ‘Furiosa’ Battles To $114M – International Box Office - deadline.com - Australia - Britain - France - China - Mexico - Germany - Japan - Indonesia - Poland - Malaysia
deadline.com
02.06.2024 / 21:49

‘The Garfield Movie’ Purrs Past $150M WW; ‘Furiosa’ Battles To $114M – International Box Office

Refresh for latest…: It may be a stretch, but we could coin a new phrase and call this the cat days of spring. To wit: Sony/Alcon’s The Garfield Movie, which began early overseas release last month, took the No. 1 spot for Hollywood on the domestic, international, and global charts this frame.

Documentary Field In Need Of A Jolt Looks To Upcoming Sunny Side Of The Doc Event In France For Inspiration, Ideas - deadline.com - France
deadline.com
31.05.2024 / 10:29

Documentary Field In Need Of A Jolt Looks To Upcoming Sunny Side Of The Doc Event In France For Inspiration, Ideas

A documentary field roiled by change could use some clarity on how to navigate turbulent times. It’s about to get that opportunity at the 35th edition of Sunny Side of the Doc in La Rochelle, France, a four-day gathering that’s the only international market entirely dedicated to the documentary genre.

‘SEAL Team’ Star David Boreanaz to Head Fiction Jury at Monte-Carlo Television Festival - variety.com - Spain - France - Italy - Monaco - Portugal - Denmark - Czech Republic - county Anderson
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30.05.2024 / 16:05

‘SEAL Team’ Star David Boreanaz to Head Fiction Jury at Monte-Carlo Television Festival

Leo Barraclough International Features Editor U.S. actor and producer David Boreanaz, star of hit series “Bones,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” “Angel” and “SEAL Team,” will serve as president of the fiction jury for the Golden Nymph Awards at the 63rd Monte-Carlo Television Festival, which takes place June 14-18.

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