Welcome to this week’s round-up of news, commentary and industry announcements that you may have missed from the past week.
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In the news
Disney announces “Mulan” to bypass cinemas (Variety).
Film production slow to restart in Los Angeles (Hollywood Reporter).
BBC in dispute over BBC Wales funding (Broadcast).
SAG-AFTRA agrees deal over TV animation (Variety).
Bectu scrutinises working hours for freelancers (Broadcast).
Venice film festival returns after lockdown (The Guardian).
Cinemark does not endorse proposed 17-day theatrical window (Hollywood Reporter).
Sony makes $230 Million quarterly profit (Hollywood Reporter).
Features and commentary
Thieves make $1 billion a year reselling TV shows (Bloomberg).
BAFTAs reward diversity (The Guardian)
Upcoming ScreenSkills events (ScreenSkills).