Netflix “Just Getting Started” in Europe, CEO Reed Hastings Says
"We are just getting started," he says in Berlin, noting that the streaming giant has invested more than $1.75 billion in original and licensed European series.
Alex Gibney, Stanley Nelson Call on Doc Filmmakers to “Do Better” During Trump Era
"I really did not think that America had the capacity to break my heart. But I was wrong," said Nelson. "The most painful truth is that the media was complicit in making this horror show a reality. The media — and I'm including all of us — has been complicit."
‘Amanda Knox’ Director Signs With WME (Exclusive)
Brian McGinn helmed the Netflix documentary alongside Rod Blackhurst and is an executive producer of the streamer's Emmy-nominated 'Chef's Table' series.
‘Amanda Knox’: Film Review
Brian McGinn and Rod Blackhurst recap the tabloid-hogging mystery surrounding Amanda Knox, the American student accused of killing her roommate in Italy.
Toronto: The Rolling Stones Concert Doc Goes to CraveTV
The first-window deal sees the video streamer keep 'The Rolling Stones 'Ole! Ole! Ole!: A Trip Across Latin America' away from Netflix.
Toronto: ‘Amanda Knox’ Filmmakers Reveal How They Got Her to Talk, Debut Guilty-Not Guilty Trailers
Documentarians Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn spent five years interviewing all the principals involved in the infamous case in their efforts to tell the untold story.
Toronto: Soda Pictures Buys Michael Winterbottom’s ‘The Face of an Angel’
The distributor acquired the Amanda Knox-inspired pic for UK/Ireland and Canada
Toronto: Kevin Smith’s ‘Tusk’ to Get World Premiere
Michael Winterbottom's Amanda Knox trial film "The Face of an Angel" and Ethan Hawke's "Seymour: An Introduction" are also set to debut at the film festival.
Amanda Knox’s Convicted Ex Says Report Has ‘Mistakes All Over the Pages’ (Video)
Raffaele Sollecito, and his lawyer, John Q. Kelly, appeared on "Today" on Friday for his first interview since the Italian court convicted him and Knox of murder.
NBC’s Peacock Productions Makes U.K. Hire
Veteran factual showrunner Dean Palmer joins NBCU unit behind Amanda Knox documentary.
Amanda Knox Special Draws 700,000 Viewers for BBC
The hour-long "Is Amanda Knox Guilty?" was the first order from the London office of NBC News' Peacock Productions and aired on young-skewing network BBC Three.
BBC Three Orders Amanda Knox Special
The one-hour TV special "Is Amanda Knox Guilty?" is the first order from the London office of NBC News' Peacock Productions.