Published on: 21 August 2019 in Industry
Directors Digest — 21 August 2019
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The streaming war is gaining momentum, with Disney+ announcing its first international launch dates and Apple TV bumping up its spending.
Meanwhile, YouTube reveals its ambitious plans to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall, and there’s an insight into what it’s like programming for the Prince Charles Cinema. Read all about it below.
Disney+ has announced its first international launch dates, Screen reports.
Meanwhile, Apple TV has upped its spending as the streaming war intensifies. (The Verge)
YouTube will be celebrating the fall of the Berlin Wall with an ambitious VR project. (Broadcast)
Meanwhile, 30 years from its release, The Guardian looks at how sex, lies and videotape transformed Indie cinema.
Craig Zobel, director of The Hunt, shares his thoughts on the film’s cancellation following the latest spate of gun violence and conservative backlash in the US. (Variety)
Meanwhile, 20 years after the Museum of the Moving Image closed, Peter Domankiewicz argues that not enough is being done to celebrate and preserve British film history. (Guardian)
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