Published on: 11 December 2019 in Industry

Directors Digest — 11 December 2019

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Golden Globes, US Visa requirements, Marvel TV and the new wave of Jewish cinema. Read all about it below. 


Variety looks ahead to 2020, where four female filmmakers will be behind the camera for major superhero films

The Guardian profiles the new wave of Jewish cinema.

Anna Marsh has been promoted to CEO of StudioCanal, Screen reports. 

The Golden Globes nominations have been announced, and heated debate has sprung up around the absence of female Best Director nominees. (Indiewire)

The L.A. Times argues that a new US visa requirement is silencing foreign filmmakers. 


Netflix has tied with Grierson DocLab with an aim to running training courses for factual producers. (Broadcast)

Marvel TV will be shut down and merged with Marvel Studios, Deadline reports. 

Barcroft Studios are set to produce an online factual strand for C4, Televisual reports. 

The Hollywood Reporter has released its 2019 Women in Entertainment power list.

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