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How to Enjoy the End of the World
Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola
Diprente / eNCA
Gazelle & Cie / Canal+
Producer: Manoel Martins Director: José Alvarenga Júnior Writers: Alexandre Machado, Fernanda Young Principal Cast: Alinne Moraes, Danton Mello, Nelson Freitas
Executive Producers: Loyiso Gola, Kagiso Lediga, Tamsin Andersson, Andrew Wessels, Debbie Meyer (eNCA) Producer: Tamsin Andersson Director: Kagiso Lediga Writers: Kagiso Lediga, Loyiso Gola, Camilo Saloojee, Karabo Lediga, Simo Mngomeni, Mpheng Morobe, David Kibuuka, Christopher Steenkamp, Lynsey Chutel, Lazola Gola, Mojak Lehoko, Robby Collins Principal Cast: Loyiso Gola, David Kibuuka, Conrad Koch, Daniel Friedman, Tats Nkonzo, Tol A$$ Mo, Ntosh Madlingozi
Baby Cow Productions Ltd / Hot Cod Productions / Grand Pictures / Sprout Pictures
The proximity of the apocalyptic Mayan date December 21, 2012, causes the mystical Katia to live as if the world will soon end. With a list of the biggest mistakes she made along her life in hand, Katia is determined to fix them one by one. Her long list includes ideas of revenge, romance, and sexual desires. She works in a personnel department and her fate is intersected with that of Ernani’s, an uptight and skeptical accounting technician. Now Katia has to use her wit and persuasion to convince her coworker that the end is near.
Late Nite News with Loyiso Gola is a political satire show featuring South Africa’s most innovative comedians in a combination of traditional news reportage, sketches, and live music.
International Emmy Almanac 2013/2014
Executive Producers: Chris O’Dowd, Henry Normal, Paul Donovan, Gina Carter, Lucy Lumsden Producer: Ted Dowd Director: Declan Lowney Writers: Chris O’Dowd, Nick Vincent Murphy Principal Cast: Chris O’Dowd, David Rawle, Peter McDonald, Deirdre O’Kane, Clare Monnelly, Aoife Duffin, Sarah White, Ian O’Reilly Set in a small Irish town in 1989, Moone Boy follows the adventures of the youngest member of the Moone family, 11-year-old Martin. In order to survive life with his chaotic family Martin relies on his friend, Sean Murphy for company. Sean is no ordinary pal, he’s imaginary: a grown man with a beard, whose middle name, Caution, gives him something of an edge. Together, Martin and Sean negotiate various obstacles, from his sisters’ pranks to the pressures of being an altar boy.
Executive Producers: Gaëlle Cholet, Thierry Bizot, Emmanuel Chain Producer: Gaëlle Cholet Director: Sylvain Fusée Writers: Frank Bellocq, Eve-Sophie Santerre, Béatrice Fournera Principal Cast: Claude Perron, Laurence Arné, Blanche Gardin, Vanessa David, Alice Belaïdi, Clémence Faure Welcome to the business world of Workingirls. Among them, there are all the stereotypes of the working woman: the inevitable single depressive, the nymphomaniac disheveled woman, the guilty mother, entangled between private life and professional life, and the senior who has fought hard against the men to climb the ladder.