The British are coming. And this year they are coming in droves to the Toronto Film Festival.
LONDON — Brit shingle Hurricane Films, the outfit behind Terence Davies' 2009 BAFTA-nominated "Of Time and the City," has picked up three titles for its production slate. The production house has…
LONDON — The U.K. government is stepping up its effort to woo U.S. TV networks in a drive to lure more Hollywood series to shoot in Blighty. George Osborne, the U.K.'s chancellor of the exchequer…
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The craftsmanship, artistry and importance of the rapidly evolving vidgames industry has long been recognized in the U.K. by BAFTA, which celebrated the sector with its ninth British Academy Games…
The U.K. government has unveiled details of its tax credits for high-budget TV drama, laffers, docus, toonpics and vidgames, which will come into force in April.
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.
With the U.K. government set to introduce in April what's likely to be a generous tax incentive for big-budget TV productions, it appears that the sector, given a shot in the arm by the success of…
Sony board chairman Howard Stringer, fashion designer Stella McCartney, "War Horse" author Michael Morpurgo and "Downton Abbey" creator Julian Fellowes were among heavyweight speakers assembled by…
PARIS -- France's three-year-old anti-piracy law, whose key provisions include the punishment of multiple offenders, seems to have been beneficial for the industry. However, the new government is…
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.