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“Big Brother” prepares for its return in October on ITV – Global Bulletin

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The British version of the famous reality TV series “Big Brother”, launched 23 years ago, is set to return to ITV will be screened on October 8. The show is hosted by AJ Odudu And Will be the best and produced by Initial, part of United Kingdom “Big Brother: The Launch” will air on ITV1, ITV2 and streamer ITVX, while the rest of the series will be available every evening at 9pm on ITV2 and ITVX, except Saturdays.

“Big Brother” will be followed each evening by “Big Brother: Late & Live,” hosted live by Odudu and Best from the Big Brother house site in front of a studio audience, where those evicted will be interviewed. Following this, “Big Brother: Live Stream” will broadcast live footage seven evenings a week on ITVX.

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The Banijay format is popular around the world, with some 500 seasons of the show airing worldwide in 64 countries and regions. In the United Kingdom, “Big Brother” first aired on Channel 4 and ran for 11 seasons, plus seven seasons of “Celebrity Big Brother” and a final special edition season called “Ultimate Big Brother.” The show then aired for eight more seasons on Channel 5, with 15 more celebrity seasons, before going on hiatus in 2018.


Chinese director Gu Xiaogang and Indonesian director Mouly Surya have been named recipients of the 2023 award Kurosawa–Akira Prize. This prestigious award was relaunched by the Tokyo International Film Festival last year after 14 years of remission and was introduced to Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and Fukada Koji. Gu has only directed one film to date, the acclaimed 2019 “Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains.” “We award this award in recognition of his unique talent and in the hope that he will make a substantial contribution to film culture in the future,” the awards committee said.

Surya directed three: 2008’s “Fiction,” the 2013 hit “What They Don’t Talk About When They Talk About Love,” which went to Tokyo and Sundance, and “Marlina the Murderer in Four Acts.” The latter won the Grand Prix at the Filmex festival in Tokyo, was an Indonesian candidate for the Oscars and was subsequently screened in theaters in 14 countries.


Six feature films, two television series and a children’s project will share more than A$10 million ($6.5 million) in production funding from a federal agency. Australia screen. Projects include: “The Fox,” which stars Jai Courtney and comes from the producers of the hit supernatural horror film “Talk to Me”; “An Ideal Wife”, about the story of Constance Lloyd, the wife of Oscar Wilde, from the screenwriter-director-producer Sophie Hyde (“Good luck to you, Leo Grande”) and with Emilia Clarke (“Game Of Thrones”); the reimagined television series “Ladies in Black,” adapted from the original novel “The Women In Black” by Madeleine St John; and the third season of ABC’s popular children’s show “Ginger and the Vegesaurs.”


Korean actors Jung Woo and Han Yeri have been named as members of the jury that will decide the actor of the year award at the Busan International Film Festival next month. The award is given to an actor and actress appearing in a Korean independent film appearing in the New Currents or Korean Cinema Today – Vision sections. Jung has a filmography that includes ‘C’est Si Bon’, ‘The Himalayas’ and 202’s ‘Hot Blooded’. Han is best known for her starring role in the Academy Award-winning American film ‘Minari’. The 28th Busan International Film Festival runs from October 4 to 13.


that of France Federation Studios acquired the Parisian animation company of Anne de Galard and Eric Garnet GO-N Productions, known for the animated series “Simon Super Rabbit”, “Lou! », “Zip Zip” and “Tootuff”. Garnet and de Galard received a tribute to the cartoon and were named producers of the film.
year during the recent edition of the Cartoon Forum. With this acquisition, GO-N content, which includes 11 series totaling 250 half-hours of premium animation, joins the Federation Kids & Family catalog.


StudiocanalIt is Red Production Company – whose credits include the acclaimed “It’s a Sin” (Channel 4), “Years and Years” (BBC), “No Return” (ITV) and “Stay Close” (Netflix) – named Patrick Schweitzer as CEO. Schweitzer previously spent five years at Tall Story Pictures, working closely with writers and developing new shows. At the same time, he produced ITV’s “Grace, Redemption” and the second seasons of “Bancroft” and “The Bay.”


Spirit housethe production company co-founded by Louis TherouxArron Fellows, Nancy Strang and Sophie Ardern, nominated Aloke Devichand as head of documentaries. Devichand previously directed NetflixThe original documentary series from across Asia where he was responsible for commissioning the Oscar winner “The Elephant Whisperers” and the international Emmy winner “Hope Frozen: A Quest to Live Twice”, as well as series hits “The Hunt for Veerappan” and “House of Secrets” and documentary features including “14 Peaks: Nothing is Impossible,” “Missing: The Lucie Blackman Case,” “Blackpink: Light Up the Sky” and “King of Clones “.


Indian music label Consulting Industries Limited named Hari Nair as CEO. Previously, join ByteDance In 2019, Nair led the South Asia region for music partnerships and licensing. He was then given a broader role (Middle East, Africa, Turkey and South Asia) within the artist services division of Tic Tac.


All3Media International sold five pieces BBC drama “Better”, produced by Sisterto Hulu for the United States, Pickbox for the Balkans, Sýn hf for Iceland, Binge and Foxtel On Demand for Australia, TVNZ for New Zealand, BritBox International for Denmark, Norway, Finland and Sweden, NPO for the Netherlands, VRT for Belgium and America Video Films SA in a pan-territorial agreement covering South America.

Written and created by Jonathan Brackley and Sam Vincent, “Better” follows the story of Lou (Leila Farzad), a high-ranking police officer whose shared history with the powerful criminal Colonel (Andrew Buchan) continues to bond her to him despite their separate paths.


Meanwhile, ITVX has purchased Australian comedy-drama “In Limbo” from a European distributor. New Connect, marking the first international sale of the Bunya Productions title. Starring Ryan Corr (“House of the Dragon”), Bob Morley (“Neighbors”) and Emma Harvie (“Frayed”), the 6 x 30 minute series explores themes of male suicide and mental health, using humor to shed light on an issue that has gotten worse in recent years. The series was created by Lucas Taylor (“Black Snow”), who also wrote the screenplay alongside Tamara Asmar (“Love Me”). It is directed by Trent O’Donnell (“Colin From Accounts”) and David Stubbs (“Black Hands”).

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