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‘Hanna’ TV adaptation ordered straight-to-series by Amazon

24-May-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

The TV adaptation is based on the 2011 film starring Saoirse Ronan.

Elisabeth Moss

Elisabeth Moss producing ‘Fever’ miniseries for BBC America

24-May-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

The Handmaid’s Tale actress will also star in the series being produced by Annapurna Television.

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eOne to merge film & TV divisions

23-May-2017 | By Manori Ravindran, Broadcast

The company is “evolving to underpin future growth”, as revenues hit £1bn.

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'The Leopard' TV show in the works

23-May-2017 | By

English-language version of story that was adapted into 1963 Luchino Visconti film announced.

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Weinstein Television acquires Oliver Stone series 'Guantanamo'

22-May-2017 | By Elbert Wyche

Weinstein Television plans to take the series to market in the upcoming weeks. 

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Bafta Elevate unveils 15 female directors

18-May-2017 | By Manori Ravindran, Broadcast

Participants revealed for year-long initiative.

Screen TV features

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Five key talking points from MIPTV 2017

7-Apr-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

The big topics at this year’s event included the Cannes TV festival and making VR mainstream.

Stranger Things

How Netflix, Amazon and Hulu are transforming the TV business

30-Mar-2017 | By John Hazelton

The scripted drama boom is changing the entire TV industry. But is it a change for the better?

Invisible

What impact are VR headsets having on content creation?

29-Mar-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Ahead of MIPTV, Screen reports on the familiar names entering the market.

Clique

Seven hot international TV series on offer to buyers at MIPTV

28-Mar-2017 | By Melanie Goodfellow

Screen highlights some of the most interesting shows heading to the Riviera.

Still Alice

Christine Vachon talks Killer Films and career

1-Mar-2017 | By Screen staff

Producer of Boys Don’t Cry, Far From Heaven and Happiness was talking at the Glasgow Film Festival.

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See-Saw: how to sustain a red-hot production company

20-Feb-2017 | By

See-Saw co-founders Iain Canning and Emile Sherman tell Matt Mueller what goes into sustaining one of the industry’s hottest independent production houses.