James Corden's Show Heads to U.K.; Paul Haggis Under House Arrest in Italy; Tokyo Film Market Stays Online

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June 23, 2022

Lizzo, President Biden Among James Corden's Guests As 'The Late Late Show' Visits London Next Week

"The Late Late Show with James Corden" returns to London for the first time since 2019 with four shows from June 27 to June 30 on CBS.

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Italian Judge Rules Paul Haggis to Remain Under House Arrest in Sexual Assault Case

A judge has ruled that Paul Haggis is to remain under house arrest in the sexual assault case the "Crash" director is facing in Italy.

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Tokyo Film Market to Stay in Online Mode for Third Year

The Tokyo Film Market (TIFFCOM) is to remain as an online-only event for a third year, though the festival hopes to have foreign visitors.

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Dogwoof Grows Sales and Business Affairs Teams as Doc Specialist Expands In Production (EXCLUSIVE)

London-based documentary specialist Dogwoof has restructured its business affairs and sales teams as it continues to expand into production.

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'Lamya's Poem' Trailer Details Rumi-Inspired Syrian Refugee Tale (EXCLUSIVE)

Long-awaited animated feature 'Lamya's Poem' has unveiled its first trailer. 

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Premium Live Action Tween Series 'Spellbound' Set by 'Find Me in Paris' Creators, Producers (EXCLUSIVE)

‘Find Me in Paris’ Partners Cottonwood Media, Hulu, ZDF, ZDF Studios & France Televisions re-team for ‘Spellbound,&rsq …

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'Love Island' to Return Twice in 2023 With Winter and Summer Editions

Hit ITV2 series 'Love Island' is set to return twice next year with both a winter and summer edition.

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Berlinale Calls for Acquittal of Zimbabwean Filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga - Global Bulletin

The Berlinale has called for the acquittal of Zimbabwean filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga who was on the festival's 2022 international jury.

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'The Man Who Fell to Earth's' Bill Nighy Talks Stepping Into David Bowie's Footsteps and Whether He'd Return For a 'Love Actually' Sequel

Bill Nighy steps into David Bowie's shoes in 'The Man Who Fell to Earth.'



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