Berlin European Film Market Goes Online; Kore-eda Hirokazu's Netflix Debut; Global Box Office Recovery

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January 07, 2022

Berlinale's European Film Market Set to Go Online, Festival Will Stay In-Person (EXCLUSIVE)

The European Film Market will be held online for the second consecutive year, according to multiple sources.

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Japan's Kore-eda Hirokazu Sets 'The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House' as Netflix Series Debut

Japan's Kore-eda Hirokazu sets adaptation of comic book 'The Makanai: Cooking for the Maiko House' as his Netflix series debut.

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Global Box Office Hit $21.4 Billion in 2021, Says Analyst

Global cinema box office reached $21.4 billion in 2021 -- a 78% gain on 2020, but still less than half of pre-pandemic levels.

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Rotterdam Film Festival Unveils Big Screen, Tiger Competition Lineups

The festival unveiled the lineup for its Tiger Competition, Big Screen Competition and Ammodo Tiger Short Competition.

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Unifrance RDV in Paris Unveils Lineup for In-Person Event (EXCLUSIVE)

A record 55 market premieres will screen at the Rendez-Vous With French Cinema in Paris, opening with a Simone Veil biopic on Monday.

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Alief Secures Global Rights to Amanda Kramer's Frenetic Dark Comedy 'Give Me Pity!' Ahead of Rotterdam World Premiere (EXCLUSIVE)

'Give Me Pity!', starring Sophie Von Haselberg, will world premiere at Rotterdam before heading to the EFM for its market premiere.

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China Officially Streams 'Saimdang' First Korean Drama in Six Years

China has released its first Korean TV series in six years, the latest symbolic milestone that the market is reopening to Korean content.

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'Black Books' Star Dylan Moran, 'The Windsor's' Morgana Robinson Team For New BBC Comedy Series 'Stuck'

Dylan Moran ('Black Books') is teaming with Morgana Robinson, who plays Pippa Middleton in 'The Windsors,' on a new BBC comedy series.

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Sydney Festival Hit by Claims of Art-Washing Over Israel Sponsorship

Some 30 acts have announced a boycott of the Sydney Festival which they claim is 'Art-Washing' Israel, while others have defended the event.



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