This year’s TV Drama Vision event (January 29-30) at the Goteborg Film Festival, which in 2020 will present 40 new series, has finalised its line-up. The sold-out showcase, which has grown in international prominence in recent years, will host attendees from CAA, Curtis Brown, Gersh, WIIP and the local Salomonsson agency, as well as buyers from the likes of Entertainment One, Banjay Rights, HBO Europe, and Beta Film. It will also welcome Caroline Benjo and Carole Scotta, co-founders of French outfit Haut et Court, as keynote speakers to discuss working between cinema and episodic. During the two-day event, there will be a panel on the future of the European model of high-end TV production, an overview of cash rebate opportunities in the Nordic region, and a competition of five Nordic drama series, which will be up for a $22,000 (€20,000) prize. The nominated series are: 22 July, Caliphate, When The Dust Settles, Happily Never After, and The Paradise. Related Story BritBox Hires Former Warner Executive Will Harrison As UK Managing Director Newly-established streaming service BritBox has struck its first deal with distribution and production outfit DRG, picking up four shows from the latter. The SVOD, run by BBC and ITV, has… Read full this story
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