Ride Upon The Storm; Disturbia; The Forest; Kim Kong; Loaded; Baroness Von Sketch Show; Mr. Mercedes; Feud
US sketch comedy is making a comeback, with Saturday Night Live bolstered by the absurdities of Donald Trump’s presidency and the success of Inside Amy Schumer.
Kwai Productions’ three-part comedic drama finds a bored French film director, mired in meaningless action movies, kidnapped by a cinema-obsessed Asian dictator and forced to remake the classic film King Kong.
What do you get when four young guys sell their internet start-up for £16m each? An international format loaded with potential.
After charting the rise of a female prime minister in his 2011 international hit Borgen, screenwriter Adam Price reckons it is “not a bad thing” to make things harder on himself. “After politics, what could possibly be more difficult to write about?”
Novelist Stephen King’s first foray into the mystery genre is a cat-and-mouse thriller that promises a memorable, if not controversial, opening.
Screenwriter Ryan Murphy is one of the busiest men in US television, with recent series including American Crime Story: The People vs OJ Simpson, American Horror Story and Scream Queens.
The Forest is a brooding French noir about a small community dealing with a spate of disappearances.
A Black Mirror-esque horror miniseries is heading to Cannes after Bedlam Productions, the indie behind Oscar-winning film The King’s Speech, struck a deal with Canadian distributor 108 Media.