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Realscreen

Realscreen is the only international magazine devoted exclusively to the non-fiction film and television industries. Realscreen aims to bring diverse communities together for dialog, debate and discussion about the global business of factual entertainment.
Sir David Attenborough boards BBC’s “Mammals”

The BBC Studios Natural History Unit is teaming up once more with iconic natural history presenter Sir David Attenborough for a six-part series set to debut on BBC One and ...

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Banijay sends “The Fifty” to Germany, “Location, Location, Location” to New Zealand

Banijay has announced that EndemolShine Germany and Rainer Laux Productions will adapt the popular reality competition format The 50 for Amazon Prime Video. Originally created by Banijay Productions France, this ...

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Extra: Sundance chooses Momentum Fellows; Freestyle Digital Media doc acquisitions

Sundance Institute reveals 2024 Momentum FellowsThe Sundance Institute has announced the eight filmmakers selected for the 2024 Momentum Fellowship. Now in its sixth year, the program aims to foster professional growth ...

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David Lyle Foundation scholarship opens call

After a three-year hiatus related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the David Lyle Foundation, an international, non-profit organization that aims to nurture the career development of young television executives, is rebooting ...

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HBO slates “A Revolution on Canvas”

HBO will premiere the feature documentary, A Revolution on Canvas, on March 5 with a same-day drop on Max. The film focuses on the mystery surrounding the disappearance of more ...

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“We’re a far healthier company now” says David Zaslav, as WBD reports streaming profit

Warner Bros. Discovery shares were trading lower on Friday (February 23) after the company tabled its fourth quarter and full-year earnings, which saw the conglomerate slash its streaming losses in ...

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Frantic Films, 5’7 Films form strategic partnership

Canadian indies Frantic Films and 5’7 Films have formed a co-development and coproduction deal.The strategic partnership is a multi-project agreement that includes both scripted and unscripted formats, according to a ...

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Amazon denies report on Freevee shutdown

A February 21 report from advertising industry trade AdWeek stating that Amazon was preparing to “sunset” its Freevee service has been called “inaccurate” by the global tech company.The AdWeek story ...

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London TV Screenings Shoppers Guide pt. 3: “Front Row”, “The Summit” among Banijay highlights

If it’s late February, it’s time for the London TV Screenings — the annual event that sees buyers flocking to the British capital to see what participating distributors have on ...

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Extra: Prime Video doc on teen-pop star The Kid Laroi; BBC Studios-SVT licensing deal

Prime Video sets premiere for feature doc on emerging teen-pop superstar The Kid LaroiPrime Video has slated a February 29 drop for Kids Are Growing Up: A Story About a ...

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