Morgan novel of the same name, packed with a premise modern audiences might see as Westworld meets Blade Runner.In the world of Altered Carbon, which is set more than 300 years into the future, death is not the end, thanks to technology perfected by an organization called Psychasec.It has also been attempting to remake A E Networks U.S prison format 60 Days In in the UK and struck a first-look deal with A E Networks to distribute its series.I hear that Vice-owned producer Pulse Films has secured access to the global political organization, while UK broadcaster Channel 4 has announced a behind-the-scenes series within the EU.I understand that Pulse Films secured access to the UN last week and the company, which has produced television series including History’s The New Age of Terror and BBC race doc Black Is The New Black as well as feature docs such as Sundance entry Trophy, is set to take the project out to U.Laeta Kalogridis serves as executive producer and creator of Altered Carbon, which is produced by Skydance Television. (See full list of winners and runners-up below.) Deliberations of candidates in 16 categories took more than four hours as critics debated the merits of a strong field across the board.Call Me, directed by Luca Guadagnino, has been on a lot of awards-season shortlists since even before its world premiere at Sundance.
First ordered to series in January 2016, Netflix’s new series (premiering in February) is based on the 2002 Richard K.
Former Channel 4 commissioner Emma Cooper recently landed an eight-part true-crime series investigating the disappearance of British child Madeleine Mc Cann for Netflix.
The doc is is being made in association with Viacom-owned Hollywood studio Paramount Television and will shine a light on the three-year-old’s disappearance in 2007 with interviews with key figures and investigators.
Set in 1983, the adaptation of André Aciman’s novel tells the story of burgeoning romance in a 17th century Italian villa.
Armie Hammer stars along with Timothée Chalamet, who was chosen as Best Actor by the LAFCA.
The role marks Kinnaman once again submerged in a life-after-death science fiction drama, having previously headlined the 2014 remake of Robo Cop. The Los Angeles Film Critics Association named Call Me By Your Name its Best Picture of 2017, extending the momentum for the Sony Pictures Classics title, which also took top honors at last week’s Gotham Awards.