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German Drama ‘Bella Germania’ Finds an Italian Home (EXCLUSIVE)

A major presale has been signed for “Bella Germania,” and fittingly for a sweeping tale of Italian immigrants in Germany, it has been picked up by RAI. 240 more words


Is it wrong to write about how you can unblock streaming services?

One question that comes to us and other people writing about VPN services frequently, is whether or not it is okay to write about what we do write about. 839 more words


ZDF Enterprises Buys Into ‘The Kindness of Strangers’ Co-Producer Nadcon Film

ZDF Enterprises has bought into Nadcon, the German film and TV banner that co-produced upcoming Berlinale opener “The Kindness of Strangers.” Nadcon was co-founded by Peter Nadermann, one of the pioneers of the Nordic Noir genre. 196 more words


One Day On The Funny Farm - Guardian’s Oz-Day Page

Some of you still ask why I so often use the far-left UK Guardian as a source for my bloggery.

It is one of the most appalling examples of the Enemy Media. 429 more words

New Views for ZDF Gala "Sportsman of the Year 2018" with Robycam Compact

One of them was the Robycam Compact, which was used for the first time as a cable camera system in the Kurhaus Baden-Baden to “fly” three-dimensionally through the Bénazetsaal. 195 more words


Frank Spotnitz and Steve Thompson on the Challenges Posed by Enigmatic 'Leonardo'

U.S. showrunner Frank Spotnitz and British writer Steve Thompson were recruited by Italy’s Lux Vide to write English-language TV series “Leonardo,” which will portray the Renaissance genius in new ways, including as a gay outsider. 881 more words


TV Adaptation of Deon Meyer’s ‘Trackers’ Set as Africa-Germany Co-Production

Bestselling South African author Deon Meyer’s “Trackers” is being adapted for TV after African pay-TV heavyweight Multichoice teamed with German pubcaster ZDF to bring the thriller to the small screen. 292 more words