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Articles from July 6

Bill Nighy, Dominic West, Imelda Staunton Condemn Ban of 'Pride' Screening in Turkey
Cast and crew of Bafta-winning film sign open letter.‘Pride’Cast and crew of the Bafta-nominated Pride (2014) have signed an open letter condemning the decision to ban a screening of the film by Turkish authorities.Signatories include cast members Bill...
Creative Industry Groups Express Dismay at Rejection of New EU Copyright Law
Bodies accuse digital giants of investing millions of euros in “disinformation campaign”.The European Parliament building in Strasbourg.Organisations representing content creators across Europe have expressed dismay at the European Parliament’s rejection...
'Fallen Kingdom' Hits $1Bn Global Box Office as 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' Flies into Action (Update)
MCU’s 20th release chases 2015 original’s $339.1m final international gross.‘Ant-Man And The Wasp’JULY 6: Universal Pictures on Friday confirmed that Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom crossed $1bn worldwide on Thursday as it became the studio’s seventh...
Founders and Co-CEOs of UK Distributor Park Circus to Step Down
Nick Varley and John Letham to leave in March 2019.John Letham, Nick VarleyNick Varley and John Letham, the founders and co-CEOs of UK-based back-catalogue and classics distributor Park Circus, will step down from the company at the end of March 2019.Varley...
Studiocanal to Handle World Sales for 'So near the Horizon' Adaptation
Luna Wedler, Jannik Schümann will star in project based on Jessica Koch’s autobiographical eBook.Luna Wedler, Jannik Schümann, novelist Jessica KochStudiocanal is to handle world sales on Tim Trachte’s adaptation of Jessica Koch’s debut autobiographical...
TWC, Unsecured Creditors Agree $289M Lantern Sale Price
‘Lantern represents the highest and best value to creditors after the competitive bidding process.’Harvey WeinsteinThe Weinstein Company (TWC) has agreed with its unsecured creditors to sell to Lantern Entertainment for $289m and avoid a showdown at...
UK Box Office Preview: 'The First Purge' and 'Whitney' Up against Football Fever
Sunshine and the World Cup set to wreak havoc at UK cinemas… again.‘The First Purge’Universal’s The First Purge, the fourth installement in Blumhouse’s Purge horror franchise, opened on Wednesday (July 4), at 486 sites in the UK.The release was day-and-date...
What’s on in the Industry This Week: July 7-July 13
Preview of upcoming events.Robert Pattinson, Neuchatel, ‘Anon’Saturday July 7* Robert Pattinson will receive the honorary festival president’s award at the Karlovy Vary closing ceremony. The closing film of the festival is Gilles Lelouche’s Sink Or Swim.*...
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