The UK prepares to host Eurovision, Netflix retroactively edits a hit and Neighbours comes to an end after 37 years. Read all about it below.
Stranger Things is being retroactively edited by Netflix — GQ asks, is this a worrying sign of things to come?
The BBC will host Eurovision on behalf of Ukraine. (Guardian)
Neighbours airs its final episode this week. The BFI took a look at how the nation fell in love with the Australian soap.
The Grierson Trust has appointed Sylvia Bednarz as its new managing director. (Televisual)
Variety looks at how Jordan Peele’s Nope embraced the IMAX format.
UK indie film producers will be studying the outcome of the Pact/BECTU crew negotiations, Screen Daily reports.
Meanwhile, BAFTA is tweaking rules to give more say back to non-Jury voters in several categories for the 2023 film awards. (Screen)
ITV and Channel 4 are back a new disabled leadership mentoring scheme, Broadcast reports.
Director Panah Pahani talks to Little White Lies about the making of his new film, Hit the Road.
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