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The MIPCOM 2017 Shopper’s Guide, part one

As the world’s producers and content creators prepare to descend upon the Croisette in Cannes for the 33rd annual MIPCOM market, running Oct. 16-19, realscreen presents its annual round-up of new non-fiction and unscripted titles heading to the French Riviera this weekend, and into next week.

For selections from our editorial team, check out our 2017 MIPCOM Picks. Keep an eye out for parts two and three coming later this week.

Argonon International 

France-bound buyers will be introduced to a diverse portfolio of content courtesy of the distribution arm of Argonon Group, fronted by new social history series featuring Michael Portillo.

Transparent Television’s 4 x 60-minute Portillo’s Hidden History of Britain, which has been pre-sold to SBS Australia, follows the historian as he investigates four of Britain’s most mysterious abandoned buildings.

Also available to buyers will be ambitious science cross-platform experiment series BBC Pandemic, which collects user data through an app, simulates the spread of

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/10/11/the-mipcom-2017-shoppers-guide-part-one/

The MIPTV ’17 Shopper’s Guide, part one

It’s that time of year. With MIPDoc and MIPFormats kicking off in Cannes on Saturday (April 1) followed by MIPTV on April 3, realscreen presents its annual round-up of new non-fiction and unscripted titles from distributors slated for the French Riviera this week. Watch for parts two and three of the Shopper’s Guide over the next two days, April 3 and 4. 

A+E Networks

This year A+E is bringing a raft of factual primetime series and documentaries to MIPTV.

Titles highlighting the slate include relationship format Bride and Prejudice (60 minutes; Kinetic Content), in which three couples commit to get married in the face of staunch opposition from their family and friends; investigative docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (60 minutes; IPC Television), in which the Church of Scientology is exposed; undercover docuseries 60 Days In (12 x 60 minutes; Lucky 8 TV), which sends law-abiding citizens undercover into jails rigged with cameras

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/04/01/miptv-17-shoppers-guide-part-one/

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It’s that time of year. With MIPDoc and MIPFormats kicking off in Cannes on Saturday (April 1) followed by MIPTV on April 3, realscreen presents its annual round-up of new non-fiction and unscripted titles from distributors slated for the French Riviera this week. Watch for parts two and three of the Shopper’s Guide over the next two days, April 3 and 4. 

A+E Networks

This year A+E is bringing a raft of factual primetime series and documentaries to MIPTV.

Titles highlighting the slate include relationship format Bride and Prejudice (60 minutes; Kinetic Content), in which three couples commit to get married in the face of staunch opposition from their family and friends; investigative docuseries Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath (60 minutes; IPC Television), in which the Church of Scientology is exposed; undercover docuseries 60 Days In (12 x 60 minutes; Lucky 8 TV), which sends law-abiding citizens undercover into jails rigged with cameras

Read more at: http://realscreen.com/2017/04/01/miptv-17-shoppers-guide-part-one/

Personal Shopper’s Olivier Assayas interview: ‘I don’t think I would’ve written this screenplay if I had not known …

The French film director Olivier Assayas is sitting in London’s Mayfair hotel, reflecting on the Cannes Film Festival. Last year, his latest film Personal Shopper split the critics – gaining as many five-star raves as one-star trashings. Then he won Best Director. “Cannes is a strange place,” he muses. “It’s a place where the press feel guilty, because they spend two weeks partying, drinking, going from cocktail [party] to cocktail [party]. And they feel as bad about it [so] they want to have social movies about how people suffer in the world…and I don’t make social movies.“

A former critic for Cahiers du cinema, Assayas, 62, arguably knows what he’s talking about when it comes to film journalists. Same goes for the industry. He may be married to fellow French director Mia Hansen-Løve (with whom he has one daughter), but Assayas believes he’s on the fringes of his nation’s independent cinema

Read more at: http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/films/features/personal-shopper-olivier-assayas-kristen-stewart-cannes-film-festival-fashion-a7629621.html