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Daldry's Trash heads to RioMarket

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Daldry's Trash heads to RioMarket
Stephen Daldry’s Trash to be one of the co-pro cases featured at RioMarket.

Stephen Daldry’s Trash, produced by UK’s Working Title Films and PeaPie Films with Brazil’s O2 Filmes, will be one of the co-production cases studied at the seminars of RioMarket (Sept 27 - Oct 9), the industry side of the Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival.

The legal aspects and the production process of this coproduction deal will be addressed by Natasha Pilbrow (head of business and legal affairs at PeaPie) and the producers Andrea Barata Ribeiro (O2) and Kris Thykier (PeaPie) at the International Coproduction Forum.

Based on the Andy Mulligan’s novel of the same name, Trash is a drama currently being shot in Rio and spoken mostly in Portuguese.

To create new possibilities for collaboration and coproductions between Brazilian and international film companies several guests will talk about different aspects of partnerships between Brazil and UK, Argentina, England
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Pilbrow joins Peapie Films

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Pilbrow joins Peapie Films
Natasha Pilbrow has joined Kris Thykier’s PeaPie Films as head of business affairs and legal from law firm Lee & Thompson Llp.

Pilbrow said: “After completing Inside Pictures I was looking for an opportunity to assimilate my legal knowledge in a creative and commercial environment.

Kris Thykier was a client I hugely admired and I was thrilled when he invited me to join his talented team at PeaPie.

“They have a really impressive and diverse slate of projects and this is a great opportunity for me to get involved across the entire breadth of the film-making process”.

As part of the L&T film division, Pilbrow engaged in all law related aspects of film development, production, finance and distribution with a specialisation in development and talent negotiation.
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