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June 30, 2021

Netflix, Amazon Must Invest 25% of French Revenues in Local Content, France Government Decrees

Streaming services, including Netflix, will have to invest between 20%-25% of their French revenues in local content under a new decree.

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Jamie Lee Curtis to Receive Venice Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement

'Halloween Kills' star Jamie Lee Curtis will receive the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in September.

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'Game of Thrones' Prequel 'House of the Dragon' Kicks Off New Warner Bros Studios U.K. Virtual Stage

Warner Bros. Studios at Leavesden, U.K., has added three new sound stages and V Stage, a virtual production stage.

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WarnerMedia OneFifty Nets U.S. Rights to Sundance Winner 'Son of Monarchs' for HBO Max, Drops Official Poster (EXCLUSIVE)

WarnerMedia OneFifty picked up Sundance winner ‘Son of Monarchs’ by Alexis Gambis; will stream on HBO Max U.S. in the fall.

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Alba Rohrwacher Starrer 'Skies of Lebanon' Acquired by Dekanalog For U.S. Distribution (EXCLUSIVE)

Dekanalog has acquired all U.S. rights to Chloé Mazlo's feature debut 'Skies of Lebanon' with Alba Rohrwacher from Charades.

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Kinology Boards TAT-Produced Family Adventure Film 'Argonuts' (EXCLUSIVE)

Kinology has boarded 'Argonuts,' a Pixar/Dreamworks-style family animated feature made by TAT, the team behind 'The Jungle Bunch.'

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'Paradise Now's' Lubna Azabal, 'A Prophet's' Slimane Dazi Join 'El Houb' (EXCLUSIVE)

Shariff Nasr’s film, starring Fahd Larhzaoui, charts a son’s coming out to his Moroccan-Dutch family.

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Taskovski Films Acquires Cannes ACID Title 'Aya' (EXCLUSIVE)

Taskovski Films has acquired 'Aya,' the debut feature from Simon Coulibaly Gillard, ahead of its launch at the Cannes Film Festival.

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Cannes Unveils Cinema de La Plage Lineup With Steve McQueen, Spike Lee, Oliver Stone

Cannes will roll out a lineup of screenings on the beach, including films by Spike Lee, Steve McQueen, Oliver Stone, Tony Gatlif, and "F9."

                                                           

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