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news & features

  • Discop judges boycott Israeli pitches
    A Discop Istanbul format pitching session was cancelled yesterday after judges refused to hear presentations from two Israeli companies.
  • Tech drives kids' business
    Advertising-funded VoD has cemented itself as the next big thing in children's media, but questions remain over monetisation, Kidscreen Summit delegates heard this week.
  • Wolf Hall scribe turns to Berlin Noir
    Peter Straughan, the writer behind the BBC’s adaptation of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall, is working with HBO and Tom Hanks’ Playtone Entertainment to bring Philip Kerr’s Berlin Noir novels to TV.
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perspective

  • Credit where it's due
    Tim-Searle-PERSP
    By Tim Searle
    Animated comedy from the UK is benefiting from a tax credit that means producers can now afford to keep work local, rather than outsource it abroad to cut costs.

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