Billy is starring Tom Hollander in the post-August WWII drama ‘Me, You’
Knight manager And Gosford Park Billy August starred Tom Hollander in the post-World War II drama age I am you. Adapted from the novel Erie de Lucar You are mineIt already has Daisy Jacob (National Theater Live: The Hard Problem) And Alexander Gusman (Transporter 2) Will join and launch policy photography in Asia, Italy in September. The plot follows the teenage boy Marco, who sails across the calm seas around Naples with a tough fisherman. Marco falls in love with a mysterious girl, Caia, whose painful past awakens a terrible annoyance in her, ringing alarm bells. August (The winner, The best purpose), Directed by Greg Latter. Shawn O’Kelly and Mark Bikindu of Brilliant Pictures are producing with Mark Hammond of Crystaldi Pix. Hollander Anonymous Content in the United States and is represented by United Agents in the United Kingdom.
Cleopatra Entertainment’s Shoot On Winter Thriller ‘Frost’
Exclusive: Brian Pereira’s Cleopatra Entertainment has stopped producing its latest feature, the winter thriller Snowfall. Directed by Brandon Slagel (The Spanish War), Based on the story of James Cullen Bresak and adapted for the screen by Robert Thompson, was filmed in the winter of 2020 in the San Bernardino mountain range in California. The film stars Jenner actor Vernon Wells (Mad Max 2) And Devani Pin (Dawn, House of Mansion), And tells the story of a young woman and her father who have to fight for survival after being trapped in a distant mountain during a storm. Features like Cleopatra, introduced by Pereira, founder of Cleopatra Records Death Rider at Vampire House.
Netflix has set a date for Alia Bhatt-starrer ‘Darlings’
Netflix will premiere the debut feature of Jasmeet K. Reen Darling The rights were acquired after confirming it later this year. Indian entertainment sites have reported that the streamer hit the Alia Bhatt-starrer Indian film earlier this year and today it has confirmed that it will launch in 2022 via the promo video below. Dark comedy follows the life of a mother-daughter couple who try to find their place in Mumbai, seeking courage and love while fighting adversity. Shefali Shah, Vijay Verma and Roshan Mathew have acted with Bollywood actress Bhatt. Bhatt co-produced Red Chillies Entertainment with his Eternal Sunshine Production banner. Netflix India’s director of film and licensing Pratiksha Rao said the film was “a perfect conspiracy storm” [and] Telling new stories through powerful performances is lively.
Streamer launches BBC Player in Poland through BBC Studios Canal + Partnership
BBC Studio and Canal + Poland have teamed up to launch the former streaming service BBC Player. The service will be available to Canal + Streaming subscribers from June 1, with Connected Boxes also having access to Canal + Satellite TV subscribers. Streimer offers BBC shows from its international channel portfolio, including favorites from BBC Brit, BBC Earth and BBC First. In Poland, about 1,000 hours of content will be made available in the first year, with titles like BAFTA winners Time, David Attenborough’s natural curiosity And Mediterranean: blocked lifePlus the latest upcoming season Top gear.
Viaplay sets up the disabled film ‘It Could Be Us’ as the latest Doc Original
The European streamer Viably has the greenlight It could be usFronted by a volatile original documentary feature Catwalk Starring Emma Ortlund and Ida Johansson. Directed by Björn Tjärnberg, the film is from Candamo Films and will be sold where Viaplay has not launched Viaplay by Viaplay Content Sales. Pär Johansson, founder of the Örtlund, Johansson and Glada Hudik Theater Group, looks at the experiences of people with disabilities who have been confined to the organization since the early 20th century. They will share the true story of Ole, a young man who wrote a moving letter to his mother from the Lund’s Vipeholm facility.
BAFTA unveils latest Elevate Initiative cohort of emerging UK producers
BAFTA has selected 20 of the UK’s most promising producers from under-represented backgrounds for its latest Elevate initiative. A jury has selected participants, including Sarah Putt, Cameron Roach, Annabelle Jones and Marcus Ryder, who will now receive 24 months of support, such as networking opportunities, introductions, useful panel discussions and master classes. Those selected were identified as having disabilities from minority ethnic backgrounds and low-socio-economic backgrounds. The full list of participants can be found here.