'Hi, Mom' a Hit in China; Piers Morgan Accused of Bullying; Hong Kong Film Biz Reopens

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February 22, 2021

China Box Office: 'Hi, Mom' Overtakes Initial Frontrunner 'Detective Chinatown 3' in Total Sales

“Hi, Mom” grossed $134 million this weekend to surpass the record-breaking Chinese New Year hit "Detective Chinatown 3."

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U.K. Freelancers Appeal to ITV Over Piers Morgan's Social Media Conduct

A Twitter spat between Piers Morgan and an industry campaigner has resulted in an open letter requesting that ITV denounce bullying.

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Shocking WWII Berlin Fest Competition Drama 'Natural Light' Gets First Trailer (EXCLUSIVE)

Set in Russia during WWII, Hungarian Denes Nagy’s "Natural Light" explores the moral fog of war.

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England to Begin Easing Lockdown From March 8, Cinemas to Remain Closed For Now

As case rates plummet and vaccinations continue rapidly, England will begin easing lockdown from March 8, but cinemas will remain closed.

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'Endless Trench' Producer La Claqueta Boards Next from San Sebastian Winner Belen Funes (EXCLUSIVE)

Belen Funes’ "The Turtles" marks the second feature from a leading light of Catalonia’s newest generation of filmmakers.

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ViacomCBS Networks International Taps Olivier Jollet to Drive Streaming, Mobile Business Growth

ViacomCBS Networks International has appointed Olivier Jollet to a senior role to drive the company's streaming and mobile businesses.

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Organ Transplant Comedy Drama 'Risks and Side Effects' Picked Up by PTI, Trailer Debuts - EFM (EXCLUSIVE)

Picture Tree Intl. has picked up the global sales rights on organ transplant comedy drama “Risks and Side Effects.”

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Blue Ant Media and Content Catalyst Fund Partner to Back Female Creatives in Unscripted - Global Bulletin

Julie Bristow's Content Catalyst Fund will scout female-led unscripted projects and produce with Blue Ant, which will distribute globally.

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Hong Kong Film Business Reopens With a Surge After Lockdowns

The Hong Kong film business restarted with a surge of box office, local productions and a cinema debut, but uncertainly remains.



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