Published on: 23 November 2017 in Industry
Directors Digest — Thursday 23 November
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Today’s Directors Digest looks at stunt drivers, intimacy directors, binge-watching and some big spending pledges. Catch up with the news from the industry below.
The European Film Agency Directors (EFADs) support the call for fair remuneration for authors and performers.
Meanwhile The Guardian profiles A24, the distributor making a name for itself in the industry with a string of hits.
The Verge speculates on how Amazon could make the future of filmmaking a nightmare.
We were saddened to hear of the passing of camera operator Mark Milsome, who was filming a new BBC/Netflix drama. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Tender review calls on BBC to cancel more shows in order to free up slots for original programming. (Broadcast, Paywall)
Sky pledge to grow £7bn original content budget. (Screen International)
Parrot Analytics provides an analysis of binge viewing-habits over at Screen International.
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