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Benelux focus at When East Meets West

19 December 2013 3:26 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Benelux is the regional focus for Trieste’s fourth edition of its When East Meets West (Wemw) co-production forum (January 20-22, 2014) being held during the Trieste Film Festival.

Eight of the 22 projects being presented in public pitches at the forum, which runs Jan 20-22, will be projects from the Benelux countries - Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg - looking for potential co-producers and distributors from Italy or Eastern Europe.

They include new projects from Luxembourg’s Bady Minck, 1313 Dante’s Emperor, and The Netherlands’ David Verbeek, Full Contact, as well as the Belgian documentary film-makers Daniel Lambo, Eternal Silence, and Gilles Coton, Meet Enver Hadri.

Wemw’s project manager Alessandro Gropplero told ScreenDaily that this year’s call for projects had attracted a record 200 entries - 23 from the Benelux, 32 from Italy and 145 from Eastern Europe - with 140 fiction film projects and 60 documentary projects.

An international jury then selected 10 fiction and 12 documentary projects in development to be pitched »

- (Martin Blaney)

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Barack Obama wants to host 'SportsCenter' when he retires: 4 other shows he'd be a good fit for

5 December 2013 1:30 AM, PST | Pop2it | See recent Pop2it news »

It's no secret that, come 2016, President Barack Obama will be out of the White House and out of a job. While the end of his second term in office is still a little over two years away, it appears he's already begun thinking about his next steps -- and they just might include TV.

THR reports that, during a private briefing with entertainment moguls before his Nov. 26 speech at Jeffrey Katzenberg's DreamWorks Animation campus in Glendale, Obama admitted one of his post-White House goals. "At least I know what I want to do when I retire ... host Espn 'SportsCenter's' Top 10 list," he joked as he turned to Disney's Robert Iger, who oversees Espn. (The article notes that, while he had a "good laugh," Iger had no response for Obama.)

While the President was clearly joking (we think), it got us thinking about what other on-camera opportunities would be perfect »


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