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Scandi Prison Reform Comes to Chester, Pennsylvania. A $600k Nordic Coproduction Case Study

More than 100 million Americans, myself included, share the harrowing experience of being involved with a family member caught up in the nation’s notorious prison system. American jails rely heavily on punishment versus rehabilitation. But there are stories of hope. Swedish filmmakers Tomas Lindh and John Stark just premiered on SVT their absorbing series that

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HGTV & Food: Dan Salerno’s Program Schedule Analysis & Takeaways For Producers. A Pact Webinar

HGTV and Food Network are among Discovery Networks’ ratings leaders. How are these female-targeted Lifestyle channels adapting to the accelerating shift to the streaming economy? Will Discovery’s channels really order 4,500 new hours in 2023? What do HGTV and Food want from producers? Veteran programming executive and respected senior consultant Dan Salerno continues his unique,

MIPDOC 2023: The 25th International Documentary & Factual Co-Production Market

MIPDOC will expand its footprint during the 60th MIPTV, creating a world-class international screenings summit for over 500 buyers, along with: MIPDOC Super Sunday features the exclusive new screenings event CANNESERIES Documentary Selections MIPDOC International Buyers screenings Informative panels that reveal trends and opportunities And room for conversation and deal-making in the spacious MIPDOC &

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AIDC: Local Content Quotas for Aussie Streamers. Conversations with Simon Nasht & Dan Goldberg

I recently mingled with 800 delegates attending AIDC – the Australian International Documentary Conference – on a beautiful, late Summer day in Melbourne. Two award-winning producers described local industry highlights: Industry veteran Simon Nasht (Smith&Nasht) spoke about the uncertain impact on producers of forthcoming local content quotas on Netflix and the scaled-up streamers. And Mint Pictures’