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Victoria Jaye, Head of TV Content for the service, has announced 16 new titles for 2015, including nine original comedy shorts to coincide with Valentine's Day.
The Funny Valentine series will see Bailey and other comedians create a short film offering their unique take on Valentine's Day. Matt Berry, Romesh Ranganathan, Sara Pascoe, Limmy, Nick Helm, Modern Toss, Russ Abbott and Katy Wix will also feature.
Abbey Clancy will return to front iPlayer's coverage of London Fashion Week later this year, which is being produced in collaboration with the British Fashion Council.
Speaking about the commissions, Jaye said: "BBC iPlayer presents a huge creative opportunity to push the boundaries of storytelling and engage audiences in new ways. »
Arthur Darvill is a…stand up comedian? Ok, not quite. But he is taking part in a night all about what it is to be a comedian. Next Monday, 26th January 2015, Arthur Darvill, along with Sara Pascoe, James Acaster, Katherine Ryan and Romesh Ranganathan (Newsjack), will be part of “This Comedian” a night about what it’s really like...
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British director Jamie Adams is preparing to release the final part of his trilogy of improvised films later this year.
The relationship comedy was shot in five days last October in the Black Mountains of Wales and was entirely improvised.
It will mark Adams’ third feature in two years when it is released theatrically and on demand this autumn, self-distributed by Jolene Films.
Adams second film, A Wonderful Christmas Time, was the first UK movie to be released exclusively on demand for a month before emerging theatrically in mid-December. It starred Laura Haddock, Oliver Maltman, [link »
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3 items from 2015
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