We provide the collective clout that individual businesses can not achieve alone. We proactively raise issues, drive the debate and lobby to influence Government, broadcasters and other industry bodies.
On Thursday 19th January the House of Lords held a debate regarding the effect of Brexit upon Creative Industries. Lord David Puttnam spoke (producer of 'Chariots of Fire', 'The Killing Fields' and 'Midnight Express' amongst others) using data collated by UK Screen to underscore the importance of maintaining the status quo in the VFX and Animation industries:
Established almost 4 years ago by top VFX Supervisor Duncan McWilliam, Outpost is a boutique visual effects facility based in Bournemouth. With a 3,000 sq ft studio, Outpost can house 45 seats and are capable of delivering VFX across feature films in parallel with commercials and broadcast projects. Here, MD Danny Duke (pictured below) gives us the lowdown on what they've been up to.
UK Screen campaigned for the changes to the High-end television tax relief announced in the March 2015 Budget. Read more about our recent campaign work:
13 February 2017
UK@Kidscreen is the official UK delegation, supported by Department for International Trade, and led by Greg Childs (Editorial Director, CMC) and Sarah Baynes (Creative Director, The Creative Garden).
Company: Double Negative
Closing Date: 31 January 2017