TV features – Page 9

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    Case Study: Titanic

    2012-03-27T12:33:00Z

    The UK-Canada-Hungary co-production for TV written by Julian Fellowes will be seen in more than 85 countries.

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    Fine tuning

    2012-03-27T12:30:00Z

    Movie acquisitions for US TV channels are steady but the picture will soon get more complex as studio output deals come up for renewal and SVoD players step up.

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    Case Study: Parade's End

    2012-03-27T11:32:00Z Contributing Editor Sarah Cooper

    Tom Stoppard reteams with Shakespeare In Love producer David Parfitt for the BBC-HBO mini-series Parade’s End, which shot in the UK and Belgium.

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    European pictures

    2012-03-27T11:31:00Z

    How are Europe’s broadcasters adapting their film acquisition policies in the face of changing consumer patterns and economic crisis?

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    Think big, start small

    2011-04-05T14:24:00Z

    The barrier between film and TV is coming down as UK producers exploit different platforms to match finance with creative ambition.

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    Case study of a dramatic success

    2011-04-05T14:24:00Z

    How did Carnival Films finance its 2010 hit, Downton Abbey? Ben Dowell reports

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    Acting up

    2011-04-05T14:23:00Z

    What kind of deals are talent agents securing for UK actors working on US TV? Matt Mueller reports

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    Cash of the titans

    2011-04-05T14:23:00Z

    Will its ground-breaking deal with HBO encourage the UK’s Sky — and the territory’s other broadcasters — to increase their own investment in high-end TV drama? Matt Mueller reports

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    The box of delights

    2011-04-05T14:22:00Z

    No longer simply a refuge for a career in decline, serious TV drama is alive and thriving in the US as film talents including Kate Winslet and Martin Scorsese clamour to work on the small screen. But can this trend continue?