Abacus Media Rights The documentary “The Beatles and India” sold out HBO max For Latin America, Britbox North America, for the United States and Canada Channel 4 For the United Kingdom, Foxtel For Australia, Channel One For Russia, and A Contracorriente Film for Spain, with more deals in the pipeline.
Inspired by Ajay BoseCo-directed the book ‘Across the Universe-The Beatles in India’ Peter Compton And is produced by Reynold D’Silva, CEO of Silva Screen Music Group.
Abacus MD Jonathan Ford Says: “Using rare archive footage, unseen recordings and photographs, eyewitness accounts and stunning location shoots across India,‘ The Beatles and India ’vividly illustrates an impressive journey that will have a profound effect on The Beatles’ spirituality. Life and their music. “
D’Silva added, “The public appeal of the subject was one of our main goals in creating this project and we are sure that it will create a resonance among the audience.”
Director of “Rare Exports” Jalmari Helander The main photography on “Immortal” began, where a man goes to war against the Nazi German army in the Finnish desert. Filming is underway in Lapland and Helsinki, Finland.
Cast included Jorma Tomila (“Rare Export”), Axel Henny (“The Martian”), Jack Dullan (“The Hatton Garden Job”) and Oni Tomila (“Big Game”).
The film is produced by Petri Jokirant and Subjiro Film Entertainment. The executive producers are Mike Goodridge, Gregory Wanhon and Antonio Salas.
Stage 6 films have gained worldwide rights excluding Nordics, which will be directed by Nordisk Films. The film is supported by the Finnish Film Foundation, Business Finland – Audiovisual Production Incentive and MTV Como.
German actor and filmmaker Daniel Brohl (“Next Door”) will preside over the 17th Jury Zurich Film FestivalIts feature film competition, where she joins Stephanie Chuat, co-director of “My Little Sister”, producer Andrea Cornwell (“St. Maud”) and former director of Dieter Kaslik in Berlin.
President of the Jury of the Documentary Competition Asif Kapadia (“Amy”), who is Hanka Castellikova, vice president of HBO Europe’s documentary film department, Gregory Kershaw, co-director of “The Truffle Hunters”, cinematographer Sophie Mentigenux (“Mario”), and producer Michelle Pini (“Bad”).
The focus is directed by the jury director of the competition Snake Wartman (“Contra”), and jury members include actor Sandra Guldberg Camp (“Wildland”), editor Katrina Mona (“Finding Camille”), director Pierre Monard (“Needle Park Baby”) and producer Ada Solomon (“Bad Luck Bang”). Or Luni Porn ”).
BBC2 Launched a three-part series, from “Inside Dubai: Playground for the Rich,” from Spoon Gold TV Which goes behind the scenes of a fast-growing city that now counts 52,000 millionaires and billionaires out of its three million inhabitants. A tax haven and an ultra-modern, desirable city, Dubai is proud of being the tallest building in the world, the most expensive hotel in the world and the largest shopping mall in the world. The city also has a reputation for positioning itself as a generous gateway to the Gulf. The series meets people who tick the city to find out who lives and works there.
The series is produced and directed by Chris Taylor and executive produced by Teresa Watkins and Daniela Newman for Spain Gold. It was commissioned by Emma Loch. The series is being distributed by ITV Studio.