'Squid Game' Mania; 'Peaky Blinders' Film; Berlin Film Festival In-Person

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October 07, 2021

'Squid Game' Mania in Korea Is Driven by Nostalgia and New Talent, but Show Splits Opinion

Netflix's 'Squid Game' series is wildly popular in its native South Korea, but some public reactions have been over the top.

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'Peaky Blinders' Film Will Shoot in 2023, Says Creator Steven Knight

The world of hit show 'Peaky Blinders' will conclude after the feature film that will follow its sixth and final season.

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Berlin Film Festival 2022 Edition Set as In-Person Event, Dates Revealed

After a pandemic affected hybrid version this year, the Berlin Film Festival will return to being an in-person event in 2022.

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HBO Max Builds Unscripted Slate in Europe With 'Czech It Out!' Travelogue Series (EXCLUSIVE)

The eight-part travel docu-series signals the streamer's push into unscripted content as it makes its European launch.

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Venice Award Winner 'Full Time,' Starring 'Call My Agent's' Laure Calamy, Sells to Multiple Territories (EXCLUSIVE)

The French social drama, which won best actress and best director in the Horizons section of the Venice Film Festival, has sold widely.

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ScreenHits TV Partners With A+E Networks Germany for History Play, Crime+Investigation Play Carriage Deal (EXCLUSIVE)

Shows available include 'Forged in Fire,' 'Ancient Aliens,' 'American Pickers,' 'The First 48,' '60 Days In' and 'Surviving R. Kelly.'

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Comcast-Owned Sky Ditches Satellite Dish and Cable Box With Launch of 'Sky Glass' Streaming Hardware

The television will allow audiences to sign up to Sky without the need for a satellite dish or cable box.

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Busan's Asia Contents Awards Dominated by Netflix Series

Three series from Netflix ran out as the major winners at the Asia Contents Awards, held for the third time during the Busan film festival.

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Idris Elba, Jay-Z, Regina King Celebrate World Premiere of 'The Harder They Fall' Alongside Netflix Boss Ted Sarandos

The BFI London Film Festival's opening gala screening -- Jeymes Samuel's 'The Harder The Fall' -- was the place to be on Wednesday evening.

                                                           

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