BAFTA Winning Producer Nevision Ups Anne Morrison – Global Briefs – Deadline

BAFTA Winning Producer Nevision Ups Anne Morrison – Global Briefs – Deadline

BAFTA-Winning Producer of ‘The Missing Children’ Nevision Promotes Anne Morrison

Nevision, the indie behind Brian Cox’s directorial debut glenrothan, has promoted BAFTA-winning exec Anne Morrison to CEO and Creative Director. Morrison was previously Creative Director, Factual, and will continue to serve in that role. She will focus on the company’s future growth and strategic expansion, working with both established and emerging global talent. Nevision stood behind BAFTA winner The missing children for ITV and is working on Glenrothan with Lionsgate UK and animated series Good things with Israeli indie Ananey. “Since I joined Nevision three years ago, I’ve seen the company flourish as a producer,” Morrison says. “We now have an impressive array of well-crafted, character-driven stories and I look forward to creating content in collaboration with leading broadcasters and platforms worldwide.”

Sky looks beyond “traditional commissioning pool” with new program

Sky looks beyond the “traditional commissioning pool” by forging a commissioning program seeking people from production, writing, theater, gaming and music. The two-year assistant commissioner program hires six full-time payers in a variety of genres, evaluating applicants based on personality, situational judgment and motivation, rather than the traditional skills of commissioners. The Comcast pay-TV giant therefore wants to find people who don’t necessarily fit the commissioner’s example, in a position that has traditionally been difficult to break into. The BBC has set up a similar program in recent years. “This is about giving a platform to people who don’t already have it,” said Zai Bennett, Sky UK’s Managing Director of Content. “We want new voices, new experiences and new perspectives in our team to tell authentic stories that represent our broad customer base.”

Banijay sells ‘Limitless Victory’ and ‘Blow Up’

Banijay Rights has made deals for the first international versions of Ant & Dec hosted Boundless Win to Germany and Dutch format Blow Until Australia . RTL Germany has commissioned a local version of Boundless Profits (Ohne Limit) from Endemol Shine Germany, for the show in which pairs of contestants earn lives with a series of quick questions before entering the “boundless ladder.” The show performed well on ITV, regularly reaching 5 million viewers. Endemol Shine Germany MD Fabian Tobias called it “original, creative and entertaining” and said it is the “perfect addition to our slate”. Meanwhile, Australia’s Channel 7 has won To blow up, the balloon-making format pitting the nation’s greatest balloon artists, decorators, and twisters. Stephen Curry and comedian Becky Lucas present the Australian version, which Curry called a “celebration of artistry, skill, design and unbridled imagination.”

‘Drive My Car’ scores FIPRESCI Grand Prix for best film of 2022

The Oscar-winning drama from Japanese director Ryûsuke Hamaguchi drive my car has won the FIPRESCI Grand Prix for Best Picture of 2022. All films released from July 1, 2021 were eligible for the award, which was voted on by 646 critics from around the world. The other four finalists were those of Paul Thomas Anderson Licorice PizzaJane Campions The power of the dog Ruben Stlund’s Triangle of sadness and Joaquim Trier’s The worst person in the world.The FIPRESCI honor is the latest in a slew of awards for drive my car which debuted in competition at Cannes in 2021, won the Best Screenplay Award and the FIPRESCI Award, and went on to win the Academy Award for Best International Feature Film. The award will be presented during the opening gala of the 70th edition of the San Sebastian International Film Festival running from September 16 to 24.

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