Emmy award-winning cameras, Netflix billions and High-End Drama. There’s plenty of glitz in this week’s Directors Digest. Read all about it below.
The New Statesman asks whether celluloid lovers like Christopher Nolan can prevent a digital-only future for film.
In a body-positive moment, why does Hollywood remain out of step? (New York Times)
Emmy award-winning cinematographers talk about the cameras they use to create their look. (Indiewire)
In a Guardian editorial, Graham Ruddick argues that the BBC must do better on gender and pay — but they are not the only offenders.
Sky has increased its investment in TRX, a TV Rights online platform. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Meanwhile, Netflix plans to spend $7 billion on content in 2018. (Streaming Observer)
Silver Reel is the latest production firm to move into the UK TV market, the Guardian reports.
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