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A regular podcast featuring Deadline Hollywood International Editor Nancy Tartaglione, talking with host David Bloom about the business of entertainment and media around the globe.

A regular podcast featuring Deadline Hollywood International Editor Nancy Tartaglione, talking with host David Bloom about the business of entertainment and media around the globe.
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Hollywood, CA

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A regular podcast featuring Deadline Hollywood International Editor Nancy Tartaglione, talking with host David Bloom about the business of entertainment and media around the globe.

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@Deadline

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Global Showbiz Watch Episode 36: The ‘Good Wife’-Bad Censor Podcast

5/2/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom run through still more news out of Cannes, as the film festival officially selects more official selections, fills out its competition jury and adds Sophia Loren and restored films from Hitchcock, De Sica and other greats to its Classics section. Nancy and David also discuss China’s mysterious crackdown on the online streaming of The Good Wife and three other U.S. shows even as China and the UK...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 35: The Cannes Goes Femme Podcast

4/22/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom run through all the many announcements for different segments of the Cannes Film Festival the past week, from the main competition to Critics Week to the Directors Fortnight. The big news: lots of female directors, lots of Canadians. David and Nancy also update what happened to that rumored sale of the UK’s Channel 5 and Malta’s efforts to boost its attractiveness as a filming location in the...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 34: The Cannes Preview Podcast

4/15/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom do the Cannes can, previewing this week’s announcements in Paris of the lineup for the Cannes Film Festival, including likely entries from usual suspects such as Atom Egoyan and DreamWorks Animation and less likely prospects for slow-to-arrive new projects from Terrence Malick and Paul Thomas Anderson. Nancy and David also wrap up news out of last week’s Mip-TV market in Cannes, led by Keshet’s...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 30: The Indie TV Buying Spree Podcast

3/18/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom look at what’s behind the big buying spree in U.S. and European TV production companies, try to make sense of Bruno Wu’s latest complicated and confusing international deal and note another win for the U.K.’s booming production scene, thanks to a Disney Channel production there. Nancy and David also will take their weekly look at the international box office, led by the surprisingly fast finish for...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 29: The Mip-TV Preview Podcast

3/11/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom preview this year’s Mip-TV market and the interactive Israeli format that may just dominate this year’s show; take a look at some of the very familiar nominees for the Olivier Awards, honoring the best of British stage; and ponder the promised closure of BBC Three amid the possible resurgence of The X Factor in the United Kingdom as Simon Cowell and Cheryl Cole return to shore up the sagging...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 28: The Oscars/Cesars Wrap-up Podcast

3/5/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom wrap up the overseas perspective on the last big awards shows of the 2013-14 season, beginning with Foreign-Language Oscar winner The Great Beauty, which lifted spirits throughout home country Italy even as director Paolo Sorrentino called for more investment in Italian cinema. At France’s Cesar Awards, the big winner was Les Garcons et Guillaume a Table, though the potential scandale around one...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 27: When Frenemies Unite Podcast

2/28/2014
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In this week’s audio podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom look at the possibility that frenemies John Malone and Rupert Murdoch will combine and snap up the UK’s Channel 5, even as a booming ITV opts out; and Amazon’s new combination platter of Prime services that are challenging Netflix more aggressively in Britain, including through a partnership with the BBC to revive the cancelled period drama Ripper Street. They also preview those other big...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 26: The Berlinale To BAFTA Podcast

2/19/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom catch up after Nancy’s whirlwind weekend across Europe, where she covered an audience-friendly, Asian-flavored awards night at the Berlin International Film Festival, as Golden Bear winner Black Coal, Thin Ice led a large contingent of winning Chinese and Japanese films and performances alongside Richard Linklater’s Boyhood and Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel. Nancy then flew to London to...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 25: The Bill Murray Takes Berlin Podcast

2/11/2014
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Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom blow through the Berlin Film Festival‘s first days, led by Bill Murray’s “Murricane” of appearances tied to Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel, George Clooney’s The Monuments Men and the in-progress Rock The Kasbah. Berlin also surfaced numerous other notable announcements and appearances, including the attention-getting antics of Lars von Trier and his Nymphomaniac star Shia LeBoeuf. Nancy and David also take a peek at...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 24: The Checkpoint Charlie Berlin Fest Podcast

2/6/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione reports from the Berlin Film Festival opening today, previewing the Berlinale with host David Bloom. They also take a look at China’s new plan to crack down on box-office fraud and what it means for Hollywood’s products in the No. 2 film market; detail the UK’s big jump in film production from overseas; and plumb the surprising overlap of real-world political scandal and fictional drama that made the Cesar Award...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 23: The Oscar Nominations Podcast

1/22/2014
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In this week’s podcast, Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione talks with host David Bloom about which overseas titles survived the largest-ever field of candidates to nab an Oscar nomination for Best Foreign Language Film, and one notable director who was left out once again; the flood of announcements that are finally bringing this year’s Berlin Film Festival into focus, including the latest film by Richard Linklater; and red-hot director Justin Lin’s new Chinese-language, 3D...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 22: The ‘Gravity’ Is British Podcast

1/14/2014
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Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom discuss the latest enticement to film Britain, a marketing and distribution incentive package from the British Film Institute designed to give UK indie movies a better chance at a Sundance deal; why BAFTA thinks Gravity is a British film; prominent new roles for veteran media execs Pierre Lescure and James Schamus at two of Europe’s biggest film festivals and a Despicable villain’s big Chinese debut, half a year after his...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 21: The 2014 World Film Market Podcast

1/7/2014
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Deadline’s International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom wrap up the major box office trends across Europe, China and South America this past year and moving into 2014, including what impacts the 2014 World Cup will have on the film business in host country Brazil and other soccer-mad countries; ponder the just-breaking news about a change of Hollywood “gatekeepers” at the top of China Film Group; look at two hugely successful films burning hot and cold across the global box...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 20: The Overseas Oscar Shortlist Shakeout Podc

12/24/2013
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Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom talk in their latest podcast about which films survived the record-setting competition for Oscar’s best foreign-language feature to make the shortlist, as well as surprise exclusions such as The Past and Wadjda. They also look at the week’s international box office, led by a still-scorching The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug but also by a surprisingly strong showing from the second Anchorman movie, even as Bollywood...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 19: The Long List Is Getting Short Podcast

12/17/2013
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Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione talks with host David Bloom about the imminent shakeout in the mammoth list of 76 films vying to join a nine-title shortlist for Oscar’s Best Foreign Language Feature category, a list that includes such highly regarded notables as The Hunt, The Grandmaster, The Past, and The Grand Beauty. They also take a tour around the week’s international box office returns, which were dominated by a halfling’s hot date with a fire-breathing dragon and...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 18: The EFA BIFA Winning Time Podcast

12/10/2013
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Deadline’s International Editor Nancy Tartaglione talks in this week’s podcast with host David Bloom about winnin’ time on the Continent, as the prizes are handed out in the British Independent Film Awards and the European Film Awards, including wins for Oscar contenders The Act Of Killing, The Great Beauty, Pussy Riot: A Punk Prayer, The Broken Circle Breakdown and Metro Manila. Separately, David and Nancy take a look at just-unveiled British tax credits that should be a boon to film...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 17: The China Box Office Power Podcast

12/3/2013
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Deadline’s international editor talks with host David Bloom about whether China’s boffo box office can sustain its remarkable growth rates of recent years; a potentially important Sino-British trade accord on film and TV production and what that might mean for U.S. film and TV production; the very warm welcome in South Africa for epic biopic Mandela: Long Walk To Freedom; and whether a U.S. legal settlement for singer Cheryl Cole might pave the way for her return as a judge on the UK version...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 16: The Emma Thompson Backward Glance Episode

11/26/2013
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Deadline’s international editor talks from London with host David Bloom about a series of UK-based stories the past several days, including the very big audiences that turned out for Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary celebration on the BBC, BBC America and in dozens of other countries; what the BBC has planned at Christmas time for the newest doctor in Doctor Who, and the much-awaited third season of Sherlock; Oscar winner Emma Thompson’s long look back with BAFTA at her career so far, even as...

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 15: The Laos-y Movie Deal Episode

11/23/2013
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Deadline’s international editor talks with host David Bloom about The Rocket, the best film to come out of Laos in perhaps ever, and why the Laotian government is banning it; Keshet’s Rising Star continues to rise in the U.S. and U.K.; so-past-rising star Simon Cowell’s newest three-year deal with ITV; what new EU film-support rules may mean for getting more films made there; and a French film debut that may redeem a poor year at the box office for local productions.

Global Showbiz Watch Episode 14: Rating The Euro Awards

11/13/2013
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Deadline’s international editor talks with host David Bloom about awards season in Europe, with nominations out from both the British Independent Film Awards and the European Film Awards; Doctor Who’s big day becomes a big week at the BBC; and Sweden’s new ratings system to measure sexism on film. Nancy and David also talk about the European perspective on a new study looking at portrayals of violence becoming more common in PG-13 films than in R-rated ones.
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