'Shoplifters' Director Heads to Netflix; John Cleese Blasts 'Woke Rules'; U.K. Oscar Entry

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November 10, 2021

'Shoplifters' Director Kore-eda Hirokazu Developing Series and Film for Netflix (EXCLUSIVE)

Kore-eda Hirokazu, the celebrated Japanese director of ‘Shoplifters,' is developing film and TV projects for Netflix.

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John Cleese Pulls Out of Cambridge Union Talk Over 'Woke Rules,' 'Monty Python' Hitler Impersonation

Celebrated 'Monty Python' actor and writer John Cleese has pulled out of a talk at the Cambridge Union on Friday, over 'woke rules.'

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Oscars Race: U.K. Submits Chloë Fairweather's 'Dying To Divorce' to Best International Feature Film Category

More than 80 territories are expected to submit entries for Best International Feature Film consideration at the 94th Academy Awards.

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MGM Intl. Television Productions, Viaplay Sign Multi-Year Co-Production Deal (EXCLUSIVE)

MGM International Television Productions and Scandinavia's NENT Group have signed a deal to co-produce English-language original series.

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Deborah Ayorinde, Hugh Quarshie Lead Cast of Amazon Studios, ITV Drama Series 'Riches'

The series, created and written by Abby Ajayi ('How to Get Away With Murder'), is produced by Greenacre Films and is filming in London.

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BBC Quits Controversial Stonewall Schemes Following Investigation Over Impartiality

The BBC follows media watchdog Ofcom, Channel 4 and the Equality and Human Rights Commission, who all recently quit the schemes.

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London Screenings Returns as In-Person Event in 2022

London-based international TV distributors will once again peddle their latest content offerings during a week of screenings.

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ITV Revenues Soar 28% as Production, Advertising and Digital Grew

U.K. broadcaster ITV increased external revenues by a strong 28% for the nine months ending Sept. 30, 2021.

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'Call My Agent' Star Nicolas Maury on His Feature Directorial Debut and What's Next

Nicolas Maury on his directorial debut 'My Best Part' and his next venture at Colcoa, as well as what's next with 'Call My Agent.'

                                                           

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