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  • TIFF to premiere Amazon, Facebook shows (Published in News) 16-08-2018
    Amazon Studios’ Julia Roberts-starring Homecoming and Facebook Watch’s Sorry for Your Loss featuring Elizabeth Olsen are among the drama series set to get their world premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival next month.
  • A series business (Published in Features) 10-08-2018
    Top factual filmmakers are migrating from feature docs to limited series. But is this being driven by audience demand or content-hungry broadcasters?
  • Sky Kids orders tween drama (Published in News) 12-07-2018
    Sky Kids in the UK has made its first drama commission for a tween audience with a live-action series about a young model studying at a prestigious art school.
  • Titans of industry (Published in Features) 25-06-2018
    Top NBC execs at Banff World Media Festival discussed how the search for a companion for American Ninja Warrior led to the creation of Dwayne Johnson’s Titan Games.
  • Nat Geo to speak more Own Words (Published in News) 13-06-2018
    BANFF: US network National Geographic is building its special Diana: In Her Own Words into a documentary anthology series that will draw on previously unheard audio interviews with notable figures.
  • ABC will return to Mystery Road (Published in News) 13-06-2018
    BANFF: Australian pubcaster ABC is planning a follow-up to Bunya Productions’ crime-focused, Indigenous limited drama series Mystery Road.
  • US cable execs upbeat at Banff (Published in News) 12-06-2018
    BANFF: Top execs from US cablenets offered an optimistic view of the challenges and disruption facing the TV industry at the opening session of the 39th Banff World Media Festival in Alberta.
  • HBO doc chiefs unveil fund, talk partnerships (Published in News) 12-06-2018
    BANFF: HBO has teamed up with the Independent Filmmaker Project in New York to launch a development fund aimed at nurturing new voices, while the network’s doc bosses have detailed their strategy.
  • Rockie wins for Black-ish, Big Little Lies (Published in News) 12-06-2018
    BANFF: HBO’s Big Little Lies, the BBC’s Peaky Blinders and ABC’s Black-ish took the top prizes at the 2018 Rockie Awards Program Competition during Banff World Media Festival this week.
  • Global picks up FBI, New Amsterdam (Published in News) 04-06-2018
    Corus Entertainment-owned Canadian terrestrial Global has picked up CBS procedural FBI and NBC medical drama New Amsterdam for its fall schedule.
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