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  • Tue, 25 Feb 2020 08:02:25 +0000: Berlin: European VODs Innovate, Create to Stay Afloat in Global Streaming Wars - Variety
    Netflix and other streaming giants might be setting the pace for a global TV landscape upended by video-on-demand technology, but European players are shaking up domestic markets by ramping up investment in original production, forging unlikely partnerships, and looking to beat Netflix at its own game by finding innovative ways to personalize the VOD viewing […]
  • Tue, 25 Feb 2020 07:52:19 +0000: Previewing Berlin’s CoPro Series 2020 Projects - Variety
    Tuesday see’s the Berlin Film Festival play host to the sixth edition of its Co-Pro Series Pitch and Networking event, where 10 exciting TV projects from around the world will pitch to potential co-producers, investors, sales agents and broadcasters. Under the umbrella of the Berlinale Co-Production Market – dedicated to connecting feature film producers and […]
  • Tue, 25 Feb 2020 07:35:22 +0000: ITV Studios European TV Drama Push Boosted by ‘Romulus’ Pre-Sales (EXCLUSIVE) - Variety
    BERLIN — ITV Studios push into European drama has been boosted by pre-sales on “Romulus” and a slew of deals across a burgeoning slate of non-English language productions as ITV Studios aims to position as a world-class player in global content production. Announced at this week’s Berlinale Series Market, the sales play off ITV Studios […]
  • Tue, 25 Feb 2020 07:34:27 +0000: Dutch Features Launches Crime Miniseries ‘Black Nazareth’ at Berlin Market (EXCLUSIVE) - Variety
    Sales agent Dutch Features has boarded crime miniseries “Black Nazareth,” and has started sales on it at the European Film Market in Berlin. The Dutch miniseries, which is in development, follows a customs officer in the port of Rotterdam who is drawn into a criminal operation while trying to deal with the terminal illness of […]
  • Tue, 25 Feb 2020 07:00:43 +0000: Elisabeth Moss in ‘The Invisible Man’: Film Review - Variety
    These days, the horror-fantasy thriller tends to be a junk metaphysical spook show that throws a whole lot of scary clutter at the audience — ghosts, “demons,” mad killers — without necessarily adding up to an experience that’s about anything. But in “The Invisible Man,” Leigh Whannell’s ingenious and entertaining update of a concept that’s […]

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