LONDON — Carolyn Dailey, the former Europe chief of Time Warner, has launched Creative Entrepreneurs, a digital initiative that supports those setting up businesses in the U.K.'s creative sector. The…
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The British government is upping support for the vfx industry, a go-to resource for Hollywood pics.
The U.K. government will invest £6 million ($9.7 million) over two years in skills development for Blighty's creative industries, it was confirmed Wednesday.
The U.K. and Brazilian governments signed a co-production treaty Thursday in Brasilia, the federal capital of Brazil, it was announced Friday.
The U.K. film industry contributed more than £4.6 billion ($7.5 billion) to the U.K.'s gross domestic product and over $2.1 billion in tax revenue in 2011, according to an independent report…
LONDON -- Measures to tackle internet piracy in Blighty finally moved forward on Tuesday as media regulator Ofcom unveiled a "three strikes and you're sued" system for illegal downloaders.
LONDON -- Blighty's broadcasters -- specifically satcaster BSkyB and commercial broadcaster ITV -- were called to invest more coin in local movies while indie producers should be able to recoup more…
The British Film Institute, which distributes lottery money to productions in the U.K., is injecting an extra £1 million ($1.6 million) into its P&A Fund, raising the pot to $6.2 million.
Blighty's government is extending the country's 25% film tax credit until the end of 2015.