Lost screenplays, charity support lines and subtitling innovations are just some of the subjects covered in this week’s Directors Digest — where fashion documentaries and falling back in love with terrestrial TV also feature. Read all about it below.
UK Cinema Associaton launches fund for subtitling innovations. (Screen International)
A lost 60-year old Stanley Kubrick screenplay has been found, and may be made into a film. (Indiewire)
Fashion documentaries are thriving, and The Hollywood Reporter provides a look at the business of making them.
The UK Film and TV Charity Support Line has received 400 calls in the first three months. (Screen International)
Broadcast provide a behind-the-scenes feature on the making of Prison, featuring tricks of the trade from Directors UK member Paddy Wivell.
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