Oasis Doc Heads To Paramount + – Global Briefs – Deadline


Paramount + buys Oasis Concert Doc

Film-concert Oasis Knebworth 1996 will head to Paramount + in the US, UK, Latin America, Australia, Nordic countries and Canada after its theatrical release worldwide. The dates are not yet fixed. Those outside of these markets will be able to view the photo on MTV Worldwide. The film is told through the eyes of viewers and features unseen and unseen archive footage and behind-the-scenes footage, as well as interviews with the band and event planners. “ViacomCBS has a long and rich history with Oasis stretching back to their infamous performance on MTV Unplugged and unforgettable appearances on MTV. The Jon Stewart Show and 120 minutess, ”said Bruce Gillmer, president of music, musical talent, programming and events, ViacomCBS and director of content, music, Paramount +. “This film will give Paramount + and MTV audiences unlimited access to these iconic concerts that defined an era and catapulted Oasis to legend.”

Danish international Oscar nomination

Denmark has named the three films that will compete to be the country’s candidacy for the international Oscar race this year. They are: To flee by Jonas Poher Rasmussen and Final Cut for Real; Margrete – Queen of the North by Charlotte Sieling and SF Studios Production; and Shadow in my eye by Ole Bornedal and Miso Film. The Danish Oscar committee will meet on October 25 to select the final nominee. The committee is composed of: chairman Claus Ladegaard (CEO, Danish Film Institute), Jacob Jarek (Danish producers), Tea Lindeburg (Danish directors), Mette Heeno (Danish screenwriters), Jan Weincke (Danish cinematographers), Nanna Frank Rasmussen (Danish Film Critics), Søren Søndergaard (Danish Cinema Owners) and Marianne Moritzen (Head of Drama, Danish Film Institute).

ITV and Tencent ‘One year on planet Earth’ Agreement

ITV Studios and Chinese company Tencent Video sign co-production agreement on natural history series One year on planet Earth. Tencent joins Fox Nation in the US and ARD Group in Germany as co-pro partners of the 6 × 60 show, which comes from Tom Hugh-Jones (Small World, Planet Earth II), Dr Martha Holmes (Blue planet, hostile planet) and Grant Mansfield (Hostile planet, Malika the lion queen). The series will take a narrative approach to telling the wonders of the natural world.


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