Netflix’s new original series, Netflix Originals, has been given a major green light by the Cannes Film and TV Festival.
The premiere is set for Thursday, August 22nd, at the Hollywood Bowl.
The film will star Emma Stone, Jodie Foster, and Michael Sheen as an aspiring actress who works with a group of artists and performers who are struggling to find work after a series of disasters have taken their toll on their families.
The show is set in the 1960s, where Hollywood is known for its gritty crime dramas.
The Cannes Film Awards are typically given out by a group known as “the gala” to honor the work of the year.
Netflix is in the process of expanding its original programming to other genres, and the selection of Netflix Origies shows that has been made available at Cannes is a sign of its dedication to diversity in television.
The award is one of the biggest in the festival’s history.
Netflix Origines is a platform where filmmakers and actors can earn funding and exposure.
The awards were first awarded in 1992.
Since then, the awards have been given out for the best feature film, best animated short, best drama series, and best original series.
Netflix has been making moves to diversify its programming.
The streaming service recently announced it would be expanding its films and TV shows in 2018.
Netflix’s 2018 slate includes a slew of films that feature Black characters and other marginalized voices, including the upcoming film adaptation of the Oscar-winning play The Help.
Netflix will be the first streaming service to release a film with Black lead actress Lupita Nyong’o, and it will be releasing two more films this year: the Oscar winner Black Panther, and its sequel, Black Panther: Vol.
Netflix also has a diverse slate of original series: Orange Is the New Black, House of Cards, and The Crown, as well as the upcoming documentary series Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.