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  • Kari Skogland believes in a positive future for the business having learned lessons in lockdown
    Kari Skogland believes in a positive future for the business having learned lessons in lockdown

    In the second part of the Coming Up Next series, Emmy-nominated, Bafta-winning director and showrunner Kari Skogland shares her thoughts about how the content business will change. Skogland has become one of the world’s most prolific female directors of one-hour dramas and feature films, with credits including the upcoming The Falcon & the Winter Soldier for Marvel, The Handmaid’s Tale and The Loudest Voice, among others. She has a fascinating take on the future of storytelling and directing. Coming Up Next is a coproduction between The University of York’s SIGN programme and C21Media.

  • Mediapro’s Ran Tellem and director Jorge Dorado open up about making Antarctic thriller The Head for HBO Asia and Hulu Japan
    Mediapro’s Ran Tellem and director Jorge Dorado open up about making Antarctic thriller The Head for HBO Asia and Hulu Japan

  • Showrunner Simon Mirren on why it’s time to focus on diversity in storytelling and how the business will change beyond 2020
    Showrunner Simon Mirren on why it’s time to focus on diversity in storytelling and how the business will change beyond 2020

    In the first episode of a 12-part series called Coming Up Next, designed to uncover what industry leaders think about the future of media and entertainment post-2020, showrunner Simon Mirren shares his thoughts on how things will change beyond the pandemic. In this coproduction between The University of York’s SIGN programme and C21Media, the LA-based exec shines a light on the importance of transferring power to a diverse next generation of creatives, considers how production will change, and cites Normal People as a landmark show that has redefined the importance of authentic original storytelling.

  • The creative team behind The Minister on making the Icelandic political drama
    The creative team behind The Minister on making the Icelandic political drama

    The C21 Interview: Star Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, writer Jónas Margeir Ingólfsson and director Nanna Kristin Magnúsdóttir discuss their collaboration on upcoming Icelandic political drama The Minister, about an unconventional politician who rises to power, all while hiding a hidden health condition.

  • Chojnacka reveals Hopster’s new content strategy, commissioning opportunities
    Chojnacka reveals Hopster’s new content strategy, commissioning opportunities

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Hopster chief creative and content officer Miki Chojnacka discusses how the video-based preschool app has evolved from acquiring content to commissioning and making its own, plus where the company sits among a proliferating array of streamers.

  • Frank Spotnitz and Emily Feller discuss the final season of Medici and more
    Frank Spotnitz and Emily Feller discuss the final season of Medici and more

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Big Light Productions founder Frank Spotnitz and creative director Emily Feller talk about the third and final season of historical drama Medici, made together with Lux Vide and Rai Fiction, plus upcoming series Leonardo and sci-fi fantasy Eisenhorn, based on the Warhammer 40,000 game.

  • Greer Simpkin and Warwick Thornton return to the outback for Mystery Road S2
    Greer Simpkin and Warwick Thornton return to the outback for Mystery Road S2

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Bunya Productions’ Greer Simpkin and director Warwick Thornton recall how they brought anthology series Mystery Road to the screen. A spin-off from the film of the same name featuring Aboriginal cop Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen), each season of the show is set in a town where secrets run deep. All3Media International is the distributor.

  • Nils Hartmann and Luca Bernabei talk Sky Italia drama Devils
    Nils Hartmann and Luca Bernabei talk Sky Italia drama Devils

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Sky Italia director of original productions Nils Hartmann and Lux Vide CEO Luca Bernabei discuss their new financial thriller Devils, based on the best-selling novel by Guido Maria Brera, and starring Patrick Dempsey and Alessandro Borghi.

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