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‘The Inbetweeners’ Team Preps Coming-of-Age Comedy Film ‘The Festival’

4 September 2017 4:09 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Several members of the team behind the “The Inbetweeners” series and movies are reuniting for “The Festival,” a new comedy following a group of students as they graduate and head to a music festival. The producers said the movie is a coming-of-age comedy “that finds the gang falling in love with music and mud.”

The Inbetweeners’” Joe Thomas will star alongside Claudia O’Doherty (“Trainwreck”) and Hammed Animashaun (“Black Mirror”). The supporting cast includes Jemaine Clement (“Flight of the Conchords”), Hannah Tointon (“Mr. Selfridge”), and Kurt Yaeger (“Sons of Anarchy”).

Fudge Park, the U.K. producer formed by “The Inbetweeners” writers and exec producers Iain Morris and Damon Beesley, will make the film. It is the first to be greenlit under a four-picture pact Fudge Park has with Film4 and Entertainment Film Distributors, which are co-financing.

The film is in production in the U.K. and slated for a summer 2018 release. Efd »

- Stewart Clarke

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Film4 Unveils Comedy 'The Festival' From 'The Inbetweeners' Creators

4 September 2017 2:50 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Three years after the Brit comedy sequel Inbetweeners 2 smashed box-office records in the U.K., its creators have announced the first film from their new production banner, Fudge Park. 

The Festival, the first feature to be greenlighted under Fudge Park's four-picture deal with Film4 and Entertainment Film Distributors signed last year, is currently in production on location in the U.K., with Joe Thomas (The Inbetweeners, White Gold), Emmy-nominee Claudia O'Doherty (Trainwreck, Love) and Hammed Animashaun (Black Mirror) cast in the lead roles. 

Jemaine Clement (Flight of the Conchords), Hannah Tointon (Mr. Selfridge), Emma Rigby (Once Upon a Time in Wonderland), »

- Alex Ritman

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TV Imports: The Best Foreign Netflix Shows to Binge, Part 3

18 August 2017 1:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Even though Netflix has started to cancel its underperforming series in earnest, that doesn’t mean it lacks for programming. In fact, its slate of offerings is fuller than ever, which makes it difficult for viewers to choose when faced with an embarrassment of bingeable riches.

Netflix’s foreign series, however, rarely get promotion amidst all of the other American shows that have been produced. Although IndieWire has previously provided handy lists of foreign-language series a couple of times, including other imports, that is only a hint of all offerings available.

Read More:tv Imports: The Best Foreign Netflix Shows to Binge, Part 1

By now, you’ve already seen Brazil’s excellent dystopian series “3%” or the unforgettable “Chewing Gum” starring Michaela Coel, but what’s next? In an effort to continue helping viewers discover new or lesser-known foreign TV shows, we’ve compiled another list of those series worth bingeing below: »

- Hanh Nguyen

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TV Imports: The Best Foreign Netflix Shows to Binge, Part 3

18 August 2017 1:29 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Even though Netflix has started to cancel its underperforming series in earnest, that doesn’t mean it lacks for programming. In fact, its slate of offerings is fuller than ever, which makes it difficult for viewers to choose when faced with an embarrassment of bingeable riches.

Netflix’s foreign series, however, rarely get promotion amidst all of the other American shows that have been produced. Although IndieWire has previously provided handy lists of foreign-language series a couple of times, including other imports, that is only a hint of all offerings available.

Read More:tv Imports: The Best Foreign Netflix Shows to Binge, Part 1

By now, you’ve already seen Brazil’s excellent dystopian series “3%” or the unforgettable “Chewing Gum” starring Michaela Coel, but what’s next? In an effort to continue helping viewers discover new or lesser-known foreign TV shows, we’ve compiled another list of those series worth bingeing below: »

- Hanh Nguyen

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August TV Premieres: 12 New Shows To Look Out For This Month

4 August 2017 10:06 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

Summer TV is almost over. (Didn’t it seem like just yesterday when “Twin Peaks” was right around the corner?)

As audiences begin the final push towards fall, there are still new shows worth your time. We’ve gathered some of this month’s biggest TV premieres from across network, cable and streaming to add to your personal viewing calendar.

“What Would Diplo Do?” (August 3, Viceland)

James Van Der Beek takes the role of a lifetime as Diplo, the world-famous DJ (who may or may not have spoiled West Coast viewers on the “Breaking Bad” Season 4 finale back in 2011). As Van Der Beek told IndieWire’s Liz Shannon Miller, it’s a series that fulfills a career-long dream, in a way. How well does he pull off the beanie look and channel an internationally recognized producer? We’re eager to find out.

Read More‘What Would Diplo Do?’ Review: Delightful »

- Steve Greene

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August TV Premieres: 12 New Shows To Look Out For This Month

4 August 2017 10:06 AM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Summer TV is almost over. (Didn’t it seem like just yesterday when “Twin Peaks” was right around the corner?)

As audiences begin the final push towards fall, there are still new shows worth your time. We’ve gathered some of this month’s biggest TV premieres from across network, cable and streaming to add to your personal viewing calendar.

“What Would Diplo Do?” (August 3, Viceland)

James Van Der Beek takes the role of a lifetime as Diplo, the world-famous DJ (who may or may not have spoiled West Coast viewers on the “Breaking Bad” Season 4 finale back in 2011). As Van Der Beek told IndieWire’s Liz Shannon Miller, it’s a series that fulfills a career-long dream, in a way. How well does he pull off the beanie look and channel an internationally recognized producer? We’re eager to find out.

Read More‘What Would Diplo Do?’ Review: Delightful »

- Steve Greene

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Sundance Now Orders ‘Back,’ Sets Premieres for ‘Riviera’ and ‘Rillington Place’

29 July 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Streaming service Sundance Now is beefing up its slate with a new original comedy along with two acquisitions.

Back,” a six-part comedy, is created and written by Simon Blackwell (“Veep”), directed by Ben Palmer (“The Inbetweeners”) and starring David Mitchell (“Peep Show”) and Robert Webb (“Peep Show”).

The comedy, which will premiere on Sundance Now in fall 2017 and on SundanceTV in 2018, follows Stephen (Mitchell) as he tries to follow in his recently deceased father’s footsteps and take over the family business, but his plans are foiled by the unexpected return of his estranged foster brother, Andrew (Webb).

“Funny and clever with a strong emotional heart, ‘Back’ is an auteur-driven series that brings together a unique pairing of some of today’s best comedic minds,” said Jan Diedrichsen, general manager of SundanceTV and Sundance Now. “It is the perfect entrée into comedy for Sundance Now, with its compelling yet relatable characters and hilarious storylines.”

The »

- Debra Birnbaum

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Sundance Now Streaming Service Picks Up Comedy Series ‘Back’, Drama ‘Riviera’, Mini ‘Rillington Place’

29 July 2017 2:30 PM, PDT | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

AMC Networks' premium video streaming service Sundance Now has announced that they will be adding three series to the fold: Back, Riviera, and Rillington Place. The comedy, Back, is a new scripted original co-production created and written by Oscar nominee Simon Blackwell (Veep, In the Loop, Peep Show), directed by Ben Palmer (The Inbetweeners) and starring BAFTA winners David Mitchell and Robert Webb who worked on Peep Show alongside Blackwell. The show follows Stephen… »

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‘Ibiza Undead’ Trailer Dances With Zombie Strippers

16 June 2017 7:16 AM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

Templeheart Films has finally released the first trailer for their zombie comedy Ibiza Undead, which originally screened at FrightFest in London last summer. The cast of writer/director Andy Edwards’ feature includes “Downton Abbey’s” Cara Theobold and Emily Atack, pictured above, best known for playing Charlotte in “The Inbetweeners”. Other cast members include Algina Lipskis, Jordan Coulson, Hormudz Todiwala, […] »

- Brad Miska

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TV: White Gold Review

24 May 2017 10:47 AM, PDT | HeyUGuys.co.uk | See recent HeyUGuys news »

Author: Gloria Daniels-Moss

Everyone liked The Inbetweeners, right? Yes, the show had many cringe-worthy, repetitive and outright stupid moments but offered a fair, if heightened take on the burden of adolescence.

Damon Beesley, who co-wrote the series alongside Iain Morris, now branches away from the playground and brings us a slightly darker and sassier story with travelling double-glazing salesman Vincent (Ed Westwick) heading the show. The BBC2 comedy White Gold starts as it means to go on. It’s slick, smart and silly – there is fun to be had here that’s for sure.

It’s Essex, 1983 and here we meet cocksure Vincent, our charismatic and terribly arrogant narrator that gets his claws in from the get go. This obnoxious man is the epitome of a classic salesman; giving us handy tips and breaking the forth wall just to tell us exactly how amazing he is at his job and »

- Gloria Daniels-Moss

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White Gold: the Inbetweeners double-glaze Britain in the Loadsamoney 80s

24 May 2017 6:33 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Stars of The Inbetweeners and Gossip Girl have come together to flog windows in a new TV comedy that perfectly captures the cash-flashing, un-pc 1980s

It’s 1983. Britain has a female Tory Pm. Labour is in the doldrums. Individualism is the ideology of the day. In a double-glazing showroom in Essex, Jay from The Inbetweeners is taking the mick out of Simon from The Inbetweeners, while Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl looks on with amusement.

This is the strange-but-familiar setup for White Gold, the new comedy from Inbetweeners co-creator Damon Beesley, which follows the triumphs and balls-ups of a trio of window salesmen as they try to shimmy up the greasy pole to success. Gossip Girl’s Ed Westwick is Vincent Swan, a smarmy family man (who continually cheats on his wife) with the nous to play the lucrative double-glazing game for massive profit. Inbetweeners stars James Buckley and Joe Thomas »

- Rachel Aroesti

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Ed Westwick on Playing a 1980s Salesman in New BBC Comedy 'White Gold'

20 May 2017 3:45 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - TV News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - TV News news »

The BBC is on Wednesday launching White Gold, an original six-part comedy series set in Britain in the 1980s that brings together Gossip Girl star Ed Westwick and various names who worked on The Inbetweeners.

Unveiled by BBC Comedy and Fudge Park Productions last year, the show was written and directed by Damon Beesley (The Inbetweeners series and movies) and stars Westwick, Joe Thomas (The Inbetweeners), James Buckley (The Inbetweeners) and Lauren O’Rourke (Drifters).

It tells the story of a double-glazing showroom in Essex in 1983, led by charismatic salesman Vincent (Westwick). Smart, handsome and confident, he will happily break the rules if it guarantees a sale.

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- Georg Szalai

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Trailer for the new BBC comedy series White Gold from The Inbetweeners co-creator

5 May 2017 11:30 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Ahead of its series premiere later this month, the BBC has released a trailer for White Gold, the upcoming comedy series from the award-winning co-creator of The Inbetweeners Damon Beesley, which stars Ed Westwick (Gossip Girl), Joe Thomas (Fresh Meat), James Buckley (The Inbetweeners), and Lauren O’Rourke (This is England 90); check it out below…

Set in Essex in 1983, the series perfectly captures the atmosphere of the era through the inner-workings of a double-glazing showroom, led by Vincent Swan (Westwick), a smart, handsome, charismatic salesman who will happily break the rules if it guarantees a sale. His team include Fitzpatrick (Buckley), a smarmy reprobate who can charm the life savings out of anyone, and Lavender (Thomas), a failed musician whose crippling politeness and moral backbone has a habit of getting in the way of a sale.

It’s a story of dodgy shenanigans, scams and petty rivalries – alongside free-flowing drugs, »

- Amie Cranswick

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Simon Bird: ‘16 weeks in the West End… I feel absolutely terrified’

26 March 2017 2:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Having struck sitcom gold twice playing callow youths, the Inbetweeners star is preparing for a thirtysomething crisis on stage – and he’s recently become a dad

‘If only the brown corduroy suit was mine,” sighs Simon Bird, as wistfully as one can get over caramel corduroy. “I wish. I’m stuck in tweed and a tank top. In fact, I’ve never been in anything and not worn a tank top. It’s become my signature garment. Tank tops must be in my contract. I should get that looked at.”

It’s lunchtime in the rehearsal room for the new all-star production of Christopher Hampton’s 1970 comedy The Philanthropist, and between bites of chicken-and-avocado sandwich (with a bag of popcorn for pud), Bird is rifling through the clothes rail. “I’m growing out my mutton chops too,” he says, absentmindedly stroking a nascent sideburn. “I’m going fully method. Might book myself a perm. »

- Michael Hogan

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The Inbetweeners’ Simon Bird to direct Days of the Bagnold Summer

15 March 2017 10:50 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird is set to make his feature film directorial debut with Days of the Bagnold Summer, an adaptation of Joff Winterhart’s graphic novel of the same name.

Days of the Bagnold Summer tells the story of an idle summer in the lives of a shy fifteen-year-old heavy metal fan and his librarian mother. Bird will direct from a screenplay by Lisa Owens, author of the acclaimed novel Not Working.

“I met Simon Bird and [producer] Matt Wilkinson and they were very nice, very positive and excited about the whole possibility of making a film of my book,” said Winterheart. “I think it will be a strange experience to see two people I first scrappily drew in the back of an old notebook in 2005 end up, over 10 years later, as actual, real humans on a cinema screen!”

Days of the Bagnold Summer is scheduled to go into production in the summer. »

- Gary Collinson

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Inbetweeners' Simon Bird to Make Feature Debut With Days Of The Bangold Summer

14 March 2017 8:30 AM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

Simon Bird, Will McKenzie from the Britcom hit series The Inbetweeners, will make his feature film directorial debut with the adaptation of Joff Winterhart's graphic novel Days of the Bagnold Summer. Variety is reporting that the graphic novel was adapted by Brid's wife Lisa Owens, author of her debut book Not Working. Winterhart’s book, which was shortlisted for the 2012 Costa Award, tells the story of “an idle summer in the lives of a shy 15-year-old heavy metal fan and his librarian mother. It perfectly captures the ennui, tension, pathos and affection of a mother-son relationship,” according to a statement. Bird has one short film to his credit. He directed Ernestine & Kit, a short film about two ladies in their seventies on a road...

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‘Inbetweeners’ Star Simon Bird to Direct ‘Days of the Bagnold Summer’

14 March 2017 3:00 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

The Inbetweeners” star Simon Bird is set to make his feature film directorial debut with “Days of the Bagnold Summer,” an adaptation of Joff Winterhart’s graphic novel of the same name, to be produced by Matthew James Wilkinson of Stigma Films.

Bird will direct from a screenplay by Lisa Owens, author of the novel “Not Working.”

Winterhart’s book, which was shortlisted for the 2012 Costa Award, tells the story of “an idle summer in the lives of a shy 15-year-old heavy metal fan and his librarian mother. It perfectly captures the ennui, tension, pathos and affection of a mother-son relationship,” according to a statement.

The movie project is part-funded by Creative England with support from BFI.Network, and is seeking additional funding ahead of its summer production start date. It is being cast by Robert Sterne of Nina Gold Casting (“Game of Thrones,” “The Crown”).

Bird’s short film “Ernestine and Kit, »

- Leo Barraclough

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‘The Inbetweeners’ Star Simon Bird To Direct ‘Days Of The Bagnold Summer’ For Stigma Films

14 March 2017 3:00 AM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

The Inbetweeners star Simon Bird is set to make his feature film directorial debut with Days of the Bagnold Summer, an adaptation of Joff Winterhart's graphic novel of the same name. Stigma Films' Matthew James Wilkinson will produce. Bird will direct from a screenplay by Lisa Owens, who penned acclaimed novel Not Working. Days of the Bagnold Summmer, which was shortlisted for the 2012 Costa Award for Best Novel, tells the story of an idle summer in the lives of a shy… »

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'Inbetweeners' star Simon Bird to direct graphic novel adaptation

14 March 2017 3:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Days Of The Bagnold Summer is based on Joff Winterhart’s graphic novel; the project has funding from Creative England.

Simon Bird, star of TV comedy The Inbetweeners and two feature films of the same name, has signed up to direct graphic novel adaptation Days Of The Bagnold Summer.

Creative England is part-funding the project, which has also support from the BFI’s Network programme. Financing is currently being closed ahead of a summer production start date.

Matthew James Wilkinson, who produced Bird’s short film Ernestine & Kit last year, is producing the feature for his banner Stigma Films.

Lisa Owens has written the screenplay which is adapted from Joff Winterhart’s graphic novel of the same name. The story follows an idle summer in the lives of a shy fifteen-year-old heavy metal fan and his librarian mother.

Days of The Bagnold Summer is currently being cast by Robert Sterne of London-based Nina Gold Casting, which has credits »

- tom.grater@screendaily.com (Tom Grater)

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'The Inbetweeners' Star Simon Bird Lands Directorial Debut

14 March 2017 2:52 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

With The Inbetweeners series and two hit big-screen outings in the U.K., Simon Bird has become something of a comedy regular on British TV.

The actor is now set to make his first feature-length foray into film from the other side of the camera, lining up his directorial debut with Days of the Bagnold Summer, an adaptation of Joff Winterhart's graphic novel. 

Bird will direct from a screenplay by Lisa Owens, author of the novel Not Working, with Stigma Films' Matthew James Wilkinson producing. 

Days of the Bagnold Summer tells the story of a shy 15-year-old heavy metal fan and his librarian mother, »

- Alex Ritman

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