Emmy Awards sold to 150 territories by Rainmaker Content
International Distributor Rainmaker Content sold the Television academy‘s 73rd Emmy Awards in more than 150 territories. New buyers include AMC Networks International for Central Europe, Catchplay Plus for Indonesia and Taiwan, Mediacorp for Singapore, U-Next Co., Ltd for Japan and Sky Italia for Italy. Returning broadcasters include Turner (Latin America, German-speaking Europe), Extension TV (Series Club) for French-speaking Europe, Sky (UK), Telefonica (Spain), SIC (Portugal), TV2 (Denmark), M- Net (Africa), OSN (Middle East), Telenet (Belgium) and A serial (Commonwealth of Independent States).
Hosted by Cedric The Animator, star and executive producer of CBS comedy “The Neighborhood,” before a limited audience live at LA Live in Los Angeles, the awards will air on the CBS television network on September 19.
Emmy-nominated producers Reginald Hudlin and Ian Stewart will be executive producers and Hamish Hamilton will direct broadcast for production companies Done + Dusted and Hudlin Entertainment.
“The Crown” and “The Mandalorian” tied for first place in this year’s nominations with 24 nods each, followed by “WandaVision” (23), “The Handmaid’s Tale” (21) and “Saturday Night Live” (21).
17th Zurich Film Festival (23 September-3 October) to pay tribute to the Italian filmmaker Paul Sorrentino for his cinematographic work with the A Tribute to…. Sorrentino will receive the award on September 29, at the premiere of his new film “The Hand of God”, which takes place in his native Naples. The festival will also present a retrospective of the work, which includes the Oscar-winning film “The Great Beauty”.
“Participating in ZFF this year, with my most personal film, is very exciting for me because ‘The Hand of God’ also speaks of the moment when each of us takes courage and confesses to oneself and to the others that we want. try the unconscious and crazy adventure of being a director, ”Sorrentino said.
The film stars a young actor Philippe Scotti and the longtime Sorrentino man Toni Servillo. The Netflix the film is produced by The apartment, a Fremantle Society.
New Australian production company Little giant set the ten-part television drama series “The Good Hustle” as the debut project. Executive produced by Joel kishinevsky and produced by Elle Croxford and Alexandra Doering, the series investigates the lives and careers of five female employees of a high-pressure public relations firm run by an infamous (female) boss. The cast is directed by Tammin Sursok (“Pretty Little Liars”, “Hannah Montana”, “The Young and the Restless”), Francesca Hung (E! Host Australia), Lisa Flanagan (“Glitch”, “Cleverman”), Gemma Forsyth (“Mako Mermaids”, “H2O: Just Add Water”), Brooke Lee (“Mako Mermaids”, “Stage Mums”) and Sophie Bloom (“Love Child”, “Tricky Business”). Production will start towards the end of the year. – Patrick frater
Netflix has confirmed the third and final season of its Spanish revenge thriller series “Sky Rojo” from the creator of “Money Heist” Alex pina, co-written with his long-time collaborator Esther martinez. The new episodes of season three will begin six months after Coral (Verónica Sánchez), Wendy (Lali Espósito) and Gina (Yany Prado) complete their final battle with their former pimp Romeo (Asier Etxeandia), who is anything but satisfied with the continuation of things. disabled. Produced by Pina’s Vancouver Media, the first two seasons of “Sky Rojo” were produced at the same time, the first season being released in March of this year and the second in July. Originally developed as a trilogy, Thursday’s announcement confirms that the series will have its scheduled finale. No details of the version have yet been shared. – Jamie Lang
For the first time, the Venice Film Festival, Venice Days and the International Venice Critics’ Week together celebrate the career of filmmaker Francesco ‘Citto’ Maselli and also his role at the head of the ANAC (Associazione Nazionale Autori Cinematografici).
After his documentary “Bagnaia paese italiano” (1949), Maselli collaborates in 1953 with Luchino Visconti on an episode of “Siamo gives” with Anna magnani, and the same year he produced “Storia di Caterina” with Cesare Zavattini, an episode of the movie “Love in the City”. He made his film debut in 1955 with “Abandoned”, a WWII film starring among others Lucie Bose. Maselli’s films portray characters and social issues in a neorealistic style, always approaching issues with ideological, political and moral engagement. Highlights of his career include “The Silver Spoon Set” (1960) “Time of Indifference” (1964), adapted from the eponymous novel by Alberto Moravia, “Kill Me Quick, I’m Cold” (1967), “A Fine Pair “(1968),” Open letter to the evening newspaper “(1970) and” The suspect “(1975).
The ceremony in honor of Maselli will take place in the Sala Grande of the Palazzo del Cinema (Lido di Venezia) on September 6. The program will also include the screening of his film “Storia d’amore”, which premiered in 1986 at the 43rd Venice Film Festival and won Valerie Golino the Coppa Volpi. The film will be screened with a restored copy provided by the Istituto Luce Cinecittà.