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.
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)
BIFA is to hold unconscious bias training for its 2018 awards voters (Screen International).
Is Netflix changing the way it releases feature films? (The Guardian)
The Hollywood Reporter reports on filming in Venice — which can be both a blessing and a curse.
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