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Camilla Strom Henriksen’s ‘Phoenix’ records UK, Sweden deals

Camilla Strom Henriksen’s Norwegian drama Phoenix, which world premiered at Toronto 2018, has sold...
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‘The White Helmets’ director, four Stars of Tomorrow board £200k UK short film project The Uncertain Kingdom

The £200,000 short films initiative The Uncertain Kingdom, launched in December 2018, has finalised the 20 directors...
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Verve Pictures gets BFI backing for first feature scheme

UK distributor Verve Pictures is launching a non-profit first feature distribution support scheme that...

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