Glastonbury Achieves Record Digital Audience Rating for the BBC



2023 Glastonbury Festival It broke previous digital audience records for viewing and listening on BBCThe content was streamed a record 50.3 million times on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sounds, up 47% from 2022. On BBC iPlayer, viewers listened to a record 47.5 million Glastonbury programmes, up 49% from 2022. Listeners on BBC Sounds played Glastonbury content 2.8 million times, up 26% from 2022.

On BBC iPlayer, the Glastonbury live channel was the most popular. Elton JohnHis performance, which said goodbye to England on Sunday, topped the charts after being listened to 4.3 times. Saturday’s live channel was second with 3.8 million broadcasts and third with 3.2 million broadcasts on Friday. The live broadcast from Pyramid and Other Stage was followed by 2.1 million and 1.9 million streams.

On BBC Sounds, “Zoe Ball – Live from Worthy Farm” topped the charts with live performances from Texas and Olivia Dean, conversations with Fatboy Slim, Basil Brush and Glastonbury’s Emily Eavis and Joe Wicks leading a workout. It was followed by “Dermot O’Leary – Live from Glastonbury”, “Radio 1 Dance”, “Jo Whiley – Live from Glastonbury” and “Craig Charles: The Farm Before the Storm”.


UK premiere Babak CelaliSundance and the SXSW title “Fremont” will close this year. Edinburgh International Film Festival. The film is about the troubled 20-year-old Donya, played by Anaita Wali Zada, a former TV reporter who, like her character in the movie, has to flee Afghanistan. Donya is an Afghan translator whose work for the U.S. Government has led to her getting lost and adrift in her famous California town. Donya takes a new job at fortune-telling at a fortune cookie factory, and when her messages are read by people all over town, her growing sense of longing drives her to send a deeper message to the world.

The festival takes place from 18 to 23 August.


creative agency Intermediate Movie announced the list of supported short films. NEXT Search Short Film Fundlaunched last year and offers selected filmmakers the support of industry-leading creators to make or finish their short films.

BFI-funded “All The Lights Still Burning” directed by Dominic Leclerc (“Sex Education”) – two Bradford-Pakistani backgrounds starring Antonio Aakeel (“Slow Horses”) and Danyal Ismail (“The Outrun”) enlivens the man. reconnect one night – selected for Finish: Finisher Fundprovides a complete post production package with support from post production company Splice. The package includes a complete set of harmonies, notes, audio mixing, online and offline editing and marketing materials. Ellie Rogers’ LGBTQ short film “Chickenshit” also received support as part of the fund.

Also, Myah Jeffers’ “Bathsheba”, Cherish Oteka’s “Free Lyric” and Tarag Aghdashloo’s “Empty Your Pockets” were selected for you. Pull: Production Fund offers filmmakers the opportunity to create new work supported by the industry’s leading creators.


Manish Saini“Giddh” (“Scavenger”), which he produced ellanar movies and co-produced Amdavad MoviesShort won the Asian International Competition at the Shorts Film Festival & Asia. Sanjay Mishra (Busan name “Kaamyaab”) won the best actor award. The movie’s win makes it eligible to compete in the Oscars. The film had previously played at the US Film Festival, the LA Shorts International Film Festival, and the Carmarthen Bay International Film Festival.


Philippines-actor-producer and now movie financier Lisa Dino he was given the title of knight last week l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres by the French government. The award is given in recognition of Dino’s contributions to the film industry and his unwavering commitment to fostering cultural exchange between the Philippines, France and the rest of the world. Dino was the company’s president and CEO until last year. Philippines Film Development Council.

The presentation took place on Friday at the residence of the French Ambassador in Makati City, Philippines. A mix of talents joined (Bright MendozaCarlitos Siguion-Reyna, Bibeth Orteza and Mark Meily, actresses Angel Aquino, Bela Padilla, RR Herrera and Raquel Villavicencio, filmmakers and producers Bianca Balbuena, Bradley Liew, European Union Ambassadors Luc Veron and Laure Beaufils from the UK and government leaders. He and his partner are now at the helm of a movie financing venture. Fire and Ice Media and Productions.


This New Zealand International Film Festivalstarting in aucklandbefore touring the country, he announced an Auckland program (July 19-August 6), featuring a collection of 129 feature films and seven short films.

Local selection includes Alice Englert’s “Bad Behavior”, Robin Greenberg’s “Grant Sheehan: Light, Ghosts & Dreams” and Annie Goldson’s “Red Mole: A Romance.”

The masters section includes Christian Petzold’s “Afire”, Berlin award-winning “On The Adamant” and Jafar Panahi’s “No Bears”. The Big Night section features Cannes award-winning “Anatomy of a Fall”, Aki Kaurismaki’s “Fallen Leafs” and Charlie Chaplin’s “The Circus”.

The biggest episode, Widescreen, features Laha Mebow’s “Beak”, Giacomo Abbruzzese’s “Disco Boy”, Goran Stolevski’s “Of an Age”, Wei Shujun’s “Only the River Flows”, Chie Includes Hayakawa’s “Plan 75” and Anthony Shim’s “Riceboy Sleeps”. and Alice Diop’s “Saint Omar”.

The Incredibly Weird episode features Kumakiri Kazuyoshi’s “#Manhole”, Soda Jerk’s “Hello Dankness” and Higuchi Shinji’s “Shin Ultraman”.

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