October 26, 2021

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‘Arsene Wenger’ producer Noah Media has raised 2.7 million

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Investment

Former Skyscanner CEO Gareth Williams, Former president of XIX Entertainment James Clayton, Hollywood Entertainment Lawyer Kevin Yarn And many F1 Grand Prix-winning motor racing drivers Mark Weber An eclectic group of investors who have jointly invested 2 million ($ 2.7 million) in UK manufacturing and distribution companies Noah Media Group.

Noah’s credits include the Grierson Award-nominated “Finding Jack Charlton” and the Cannes selection of “Steve McQueen: The Man and Le Mans” and the costume is coming.Arsene Wenger: Indomitable, “A documentary on the soccer manager who changed its landscape English Premier League, Which will begin Canal Plus A major streaming platform in France and the UK in 2022.

The funds raised will support the company’s growing ambitions in the content depicted under the chair of the established team Barry Smith, CEO and producer John McKenna And film and television directors Gabriel Clark And Turkill Jones. It will also drive Noah’s self-distributed ambition.

There are also plans to bring together a top tech team to build a data-driven evaluation engine, which will allow Noah to do more screening in their films and series; And a platform that will provide greater transparency for the entire filmmaking process.

Relocation

BBC Studios Entrepreneurial talent show going on “Dragon’s Cave“From Manchester to Scotland. The move will begin in 2022 with the 20th season (studio recordings for that transitional season will continue in Manchester). Moved from London to Glasgow in.

Adeline Ramge Rooney In Scotland the BBC studios are overseen by a real entertainment team.

Scotland is currently experiencing its own local production growth, including “Good Women’s”, “Anansi Boys” and “Outlander” among the productions shot there.

The nineteenth season of “Dragon Den” will return to BBC One in 2022. KJ Yosman

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Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television

Selection

The Canadian Academy of Cinema and Television Has revealed the six participants selected for its inaugural team Women in the post, A program designed to address barriers to women’s entry and advancement in the post-production industry.

The participants are Brittany Lewis (Edit / vfx edit), Alien Mikkola (Edit), Daniela Pinto (Post Production Audio), Ariana Sadat (VFX supervision), Set the shutter (Post production supervision) and Penelope Walcott (Post Production Audio).

The post is presented by women Netflix And supported by Major Post House Partners, Company 3, And associate partners, Rocket Science VFX And Urban Prairie Post. Participants will have the opportunity to develop their technical, creative and leadership skills through strategic learning modules led by industry experts, and through mentorships consistent with their field of expertise at a Canadian post-production company. They will also receive a CAD 2,500 (2,003) honorarium; One-year commendable voting membership at the Canadian Academy; And an invitation to participate in Canadian Screen Week 2022 and Canadian Cinema Editors Editcon 2022.

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