Intellectual properties stoke the streaming wars, the BBC receives record complaints, and the Oscars head to London in the latest edition of Directors Digest.
Variety explores how big IP is driving the streaming wars.
The BBC’s coverage of the death of Prince Phillip has broken records for complaints. (Guardian)
The Hollywood Reporter goes into depth on the making of Minari, profiling the creative team, including director Lee Isaac Chung.
BFI Southbank has been confirmed as the Oscars’ satellite venue in the UK. (Variety)
IndieWire gets technical on the making of the Oscar-nominated animation, Wolfwalkers.
Marcus Ryder is joining the Sir Lenny Henry Centre for Media Diversity at Birmingham City University. (Broadcast)
Broadcasters are turning to factual shows and documentary series to entertain, according to experts at MipTV. (Variety)
The weekend saw the presentation of the 2021 BAFTA Film Awards, covered separately on our website. The Hollywood Reporter looked at how it reformed its voting processes, speaking to Directors UK Vice-Chair Susanna White about the BAFTA review.
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