Published on: 26 June 2019 in Industry
Directors Digest — 26 June 2019
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Big hires at Disney +, Warner Bros. and Sky Cinema all made the headlines this week. Meanwhile, there’s a look back at the classic horror Candyman, female showrunners discuss how they made it in TV, and industry experts ponder the survival of movies. Read all about it below.
Meanwhile, Disney + has hired Matt Brodlie to a senior international role from their rivals Netflix. (Screen International)
STV has taken a majority stake in Primal media. (Televisual)
How will the movies as we know them survive the next ten years? The New York Times asks industry experts to make their predictions.
The Guardian takes a look at the making of the horror classic Candyman, with some great insight from Directors UK member Bernard Rose.
Warner Bros. have appointed Ann Sarnoff — of BBC Studios Americas — as CEO, making her the first female CEO in the company’s history. (CNN)
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