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ARTE/ZDF film head Meinolf Zurhorst reflects on career in Sarajevo talk

“I’m still an outsider, that has guaranteed my freedom for all these years.”

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Lionsgate in first-look deal with faith-based producers of 'I Can Only Imagine'

Pact follows studio’s success with Hacksaw Ridge, The Shack, I Can Only Imagine.

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PGA splits long-form TV category into limited series, streamed or TV movies

‘This shift in our industry has given producers the opportunity to deepen their skills in creating limited series shows and streamed or televised movies.’


FX, DNA TV to partner on 'Shogun', 'Devs'

Series unveiled during network’s session at Television Critics Association press tour in Los Angeles.


Hillary Clinton joins women's suffrage TV project from Amblin TV

Amblin has optioned book The Woman’s Hour about the twenties activists behind the movement.

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CBS board investigates but leaves Moonves in place after allegations

An outside counsel will investigate allegations as responses come in to New Yorker article.

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Left Bank, Alex Pina and Octavia Spencer set for Netflix series

Pina and Left Bank drama is set in the dance music world, Spencer will tell the story of a black female millionaire.

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Nicole Kidman's Blossom sets 'The Expatriates' as first series for Amazon

The series version of the Janice Y K Lee novel will be set in Hong Kong with an ensemble cast.

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Amazon teams with Russo brothers for international event series

The project from the Avengers: Infinity War directors will include multiple local-language series.

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A+E Networks names Paul Buccieri president

The former ITV Studios US head steps into the post previously held by Nancy Dubuc.

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Netflix buys worldwide rights to Warner's 'Mowgli'

The Andy Serkis CG/live action film will launch on the streaming service in 2019.

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Sky to invest £500m in original scripted programming

Broadcaster outpaces public service broadcasters with a 25% increase in drama and comedy spend