Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig's Venice Opener; Eurovision's New Host Country; France Scraps TV License Fee

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July 25, 2022

Noah Baumbach's 'White Noise,' Starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, to Open Venice Film Festival

Noah Baumbach's 'White Noise' is set to open Venice where streamers – especially Netflix – and studios will launch lots of award …

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Eurovision Song Contest 2023 Will be Hosted in U.K. on Behalf of Ukraine

The U.K. will host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest on behalf of Ukraine, the European Broadcasting Union and the BBC revealed on Monday.

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France Scraps TV License Fee That Finances Bulk of Broadcasters' Budgets

France’s National Assembly approved a bill to scrap a TV license fee that finances nearly 85% of the annual budgets of French broadcas …

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Netflix Buys 'Queenie' Author Candice Carty-Williams' BBC Drama 'Champion' for Global

Netflix has picked up the global rights outside the U.K. and Ireland on BBC drama 'Champion,' from 'Queenie' author Candice Carty-Williams.

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French Rom-Com 'Three Nights a Week,' Set in Drag Queen World, to Open Venice Critics' Week

French rom-com 'Three Nights a Week,' which is set in the Paris drag queen world, will open Venice Critics' Week.

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Don Lee's 'The Roundup' Gets Sequel 'No Way Out'

Filming has begun on "The Roundup: No Way Out" the third film starring Don Lee (Ma Dong-seok) as tough guy law enforcer.

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'Him, Her and Fuji' Sets Japan and India September Shoot (EXCLUSIVE)

Marathi-language Indian romance drama 'Him, Her and Fuji' will commence principal photography across across India and Japan from September.

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A British Asian Family Is On the 'Verge of a Nervous Breakdown' in Indie Comedy 'The Effects of Lying' (EXCLUSIVE)

British indie comedy 'The Effects of Lying' has completed post and will be screened for distributors at the BAFTA.

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Asia Pacific Market Critical to Growth of Global Online Video Industry - Study

Chinese companies are well entrenched in Asia-Pacific, the region offering the global online video industry its strongest growth prospects.

                                                           

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