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August 03, 2022

'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,' Starring Daniel Craig, to Close BFI London Film Festival

The 66th BFI London Film Festival will close with 'Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,' starring Daniel Craig and Edward Norton.

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Warner Bros. Discovery U.K. Sets Leadership Team Under Antonio Ruiz

Warner Bros. Discovery U.K. has set its leadership team under general manager Antonio Ruiz.

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Netflix Africa Bosses Talk Originals, Co-Production Strategy and Expansion Plans: 'We Can Only Go Forward and Spend More' (EXCLUSIVE)

Netflix's top execs in Africa will continue spending on scripted and unscripted across genres until they unearth their own 'Squid Game.'

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'Squid Game' Star Lee Jung-jae Re-Edits Directorial Debut 'Hunt' Ahead of TIFF

'Squid Game' star Lee Jung-jae recuts his film directing debut ‘Hunt’ ahead of its North American premiere in Toronto next mont …

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Oscars Race: Ireland Submits 'The Quiet Girl' for Best International Feature Film

Colm Bairéad's Irish-language film 'The Quiet Girl' is selected as Ireland’s entry for the international feature Oscar.

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Kunchacko Boban, Mahesh Narayanan on Locarno Competition Title 'Ariyippu' (EXCLUSIVE)

Filmmaker Mahesh Narayanan and actor-producer Kunchacko Boban are re-teaming for Locarno competition title 'Ariyippu' ('Declaration').

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BBC Studios to Return to Cannes, Set to Be Honored at Mipcom

BBC Studios will make its return to Cannes this fall, and will be honored at Mipcom with an inaugural Studio of Distinction Award.

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'Big Brother' Is Coming Back to the U.K., but Can It Really Thrive in Today's Reality Landscape? (Column)

The planned revival of 'Big Brother' for U.K. audiences after five years off air makes you wonder who, exactly, this new season is for.



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