Picturehouse has also bought Sundance title ‘Judy & Punch’.
The film premiered at SXSW in March.
Principal photography has now started on the project, which is directed by Edward Hall.
The Disney live-action feature has held the number one position for four weeks.
Aladdin adds $47.5m in fourth weekend to reach impressive $461.4m.
Konrad Kay and Mickey Down to serve as executive producers on series.
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Hurricane Films to collaborate with Lancashire’s Edge Hill University on project.
New Regency has joined the project as the film is confirmed to start shooting in Sheffield on June 24.
’Diego Maradona’ also lands at cinemas.
The Fleadh is a key festival in the Irish filmindustry calendar and the country’s largest film market.
82% of respondents to say caring has negatively impacted their work in the screen industries.
A wide-reaching search will begin soon, with a job advert set to be posted imminently.
The films will be made by all-female lead creators.
The six part limited series marks a move into TV by immersive theatre company Punchdrunk International.
Newly announced Oscar dates ensures Baftas can move back later in the month.
Further winners included Nikolaus Geyrhalter’s Earth and Nanfu Wang and Jialing Zhang’s One Child Nation.
Greengrass was giving a talk with journalist Danny Leigh at Sheffield Doc/Fest.
Planning application submitted to knock down Fox London HQ.
‘Aladdin’ stays top for third week.
Andy Harries, Nicola Shindler, Tim Angel and Olivia Colman receive titles.