IPL suspended, Sundance London dates and Odeon reopening date – Deadline

Sundance London dates, opening
Sundance Film Festival: London will return to Picturehouse Central, London for its sixth year from July 29 to August 1, 2021, as an in-person event. The program of at least 12 feature films will open with the UK premiere of Edgar Wright’s first documentary The Sparks Brothers, on the American rock band. In partnership with Universal, back-to-back screenings of the film will take place in multiple cinemas across the UK with a Q + A filmmaker simultaneously showing from Picturehouse Central. The film has played at Sundance, SXSW and Hot Docs in the United States before. United States Sundance Film Festival Director Tabitha Jackson said: “We are delighted to return to London and expand across the UK with an exciting program of films that tell fresh and independent stories. – stories that are essential as we strive to understand our past while reinventing our present and our future. “

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Locarno Film Festival to celebrate Gale Anne Hurd
The Premio Raimondo Rezzonico for the best producer of the international scene of the Locarno Film Festival will go to the American producer Gale Anne Hurd, well known for the Terminator and Walking Dead franchises. Hurd will receive the award on the evening of Saturday, August 7, and the tribute to her will include screenings of a selection of titles, including Terminator. Hurd continued his collaboration with James Cameron on the films Aliens, The abyss and Terminator 2: Judgment Day. The walking dead currently running its 11e and last season.

The Odeon channel will reopen on May 17 in the UK
The Odeon movie chain has confirmed that it will reopen the majority of its screens in the UK from May 17, subject to government guidelines. The operator tweeted today: “The joy of cinema is back! We’re excited to be opening our big screens across the UK from May 17th *, with tickets on sale soon. Who can’t wait to go back to the movies? * Subject to government guidelines. ”

Indian Premier League suspended due to Covid
The lucrative Indian Premier League (IPL) cricket tournament has been suspended following a growing number of coronavirus cases among players. In a statement, the IPL said it had “unanimously decided” to postpone the season after an emergency meeting. “The BCCI (Board of Control for Cricket in India) does not want to compromise on the safety of players, support staff and other participants involved in the organization of the IPL,” he said. “This decision was made with the safety, health and well-being of all stakeholders in mind. These are tough times, especially in India and while we have tried to bring some positivity and joy, it is imperative that the tournament is now put on hold and everyone returns to their families and loved ones in these hard times. India has been hit hard by a new wave of viruses in recent weeks. The country has recorded more than 200 million cases and has so far reported more than 222,000 deaths from the virus. IPL is broadcast by major broadcasters, including Sky in the UK.

Drama C4 To screw Cast sets
Channel 4 has announced a casting for the drama To screw, from STV Studios, and BAFTA-nominated writer Rob Williams (Kill Eve). The series traces the life of a prison officer in a 21st century all-male prison in Britain. Leading the besieged prison guards ‘screw’ gang is Leigh, played by Nina SosanyaIts dark materials), a woman who devoted her entire adult life to this prison and its people. On a wing overflowing with the seams, Leigh keeps her inmates in line and their backs when they need it. But she’s an enigma to her team and has her own secrets which, if discovered, could cost her more than her job. In the pressure cooker of Long Marsh Prison between Rose (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell – Derry Girls), a 21-year-old intern. It is a baptism of fire even for this intelligent young woman from the street. She joins her compatriot Ali (Faraz Ayub – Service line, bodyguard), Gary (Stephen Wight – I can destroy you, manhunt), Don (Ron Donachie – Deadwater has fallen, Game of Thrones) and Jackie (Laura Checkley- King Gary, Detectorists). Filming begins in Glasgow in early May. Sarah Brown is Executive Producer for STV Studios (The victim) and Brian Kaczynski is producer (Peaky Blinders). Banijay Rights will handle the worldwide distribution.

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