Published on: 03 September 2018 in Industry

Directors Digest — 3 September 2018

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Venice is in the news again this week, as a declaration of support is made on the new EU copyright law. Meanwhile, there’s updates from Liverpool as a major fire leaves Film and TV Studios unscathed, and Netflix looks like it could change the way it releases feature films.  

Television

In a new Venice Declaration from FERS, FSE and SAA, a number of well-known directors and creatives from across Europe show they are backing the new EU copyright law. (CISAC)

The Hollywood Reporter reports on filming in Venice — which can be both a blessing and a curse

Television

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