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Film Summit: Brexit presents opportunities, say UK film financiers

24 November 2016 6:36 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Film finance experts discussed the short and long term consequences of Brexit at today’s Screen Film Summit.

Brexit is having a positive impact for some film investors, but the long-term picture is more murky, according to a panel of film finance experts speaking at today’s Screen Film Summit (Nov 24).

Talking at London’s Picturehouse Central, Tim O’Shea, senior investment director at Ingenious, said: “For us in the short term there is certainly opportunities for producers.

“We are seeing much more interest since the vote. The falling value of the sterling means North American producers want to shoot over here because their dollars will go further, coupled with our tax credits, world leading crew and services. There are many opportunities here.”

While the prevailing mood in the UK film industry has been glum in response to the referendum result, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, said the strength of the UK film industry still makes it »

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Brexit presents opportunities, say UK film financiers

24 November 2016 6:36 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Film finance experts discussed the short and long term consequences of Brexit at today’s Screen Film Summit.

Brexit is having a positive impact for some film investors, but the long-term picture is more murky, according to a panel of film finance experts speaking at today’s Screen Film Summit (Nov 24).

Talking at London’s Picturehouse Central, Tim O’Shea, senior investment director at Ingenious, said: “For us in the short term there is certainly opportunities for producers.

“We are seeing much more interest since the vote. The falling value of the sterling means North American producers want to shoot over here because their dollars will go further, coupled with our tax credits, world leading crew and services. There are many opportunities here.”

While the prevailing mood in the UK film industry has been glum in response to the referendum result, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, said the strength of the UK film industry still makes it »

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Screen Film Summit to foreground finance opportunities for UK film

8 November 2016 5:15 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

A panel of experts will provide insight into sourcing finance, while attendees will be able to have private meetings with influential funders.

This year’s Screen Film Summit at Picturehouse Central on November 24 will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn about the intricacies of accessing investment and private funding for film projects.

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Five leading financial experts will take part in a morning panel that will provide critical information to producers looking to finance their independent film projects.

The speakers are: Peter La Terriere, managing director at European Film Bonds, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, Gary Collins, CEO at Red Rock Entertainment, Tim O’Shea, senior investment director at Ingenious, and Phil Hunt, co-managing director at Bankside Films and Head Gear Films.

For the first time this year, ticket-holders will also have the opportunity to sign up to one-to-one meetings with some of the UK’s most influential private and public financiers »

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Screen Film Summit to foreground finance opportunities

8 November 2016 5:15 AM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

A panel of experts will provide insight into sourcing finance, while attendees will be able to have private meetings with influential funders.

This year’s Screen Film Summit at Picturehouse Central on November 24 will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn about the intricacies of accessing investment and private funding for film projects.

Book your tickets here

Five leading financial experts will take part in a morning panel that will provide critical information to producers looking to finance their independent film projects.

The speakers are: Peter La Terriere, managing director at European Film Bonds, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, Gary Collins, CEO at Red Rock Entertainment, Tim O’Shea, senior investment director at Ingenious, and Phil Hunt, co-managing director at Bankside Films and Head Gear Films.

For the first time this year, ticket-holders will also have the opportunity to sign up to one-to-one meetings with some of the UK’s most influential private and public financiers »

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Susanne Bier to deliver keynote at Screen Film Summit

26 October 2016 1:32 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Speakers confirmed for the annual summit, which will take place November 24 at Picturehouse Central, include Andy Harries, Tim O’Shea, Tristan Goligher, Faye Ward, Eve Gabereau, Chris Green and David Hancock; finance breakout area new addition.

Award-winning writer-director Susanne Bier, fresh from the success of hit BBC/AMC mini-series The Night Manager, will deliver the keynote speech at the Screen Film Summit 2016, to be held on November 24 at Picturehouse Central in London.

The accomplished Danish film-maker, who has directed 14 feature films to date including Brothers (2004), Things We Lost In The Fire (2006), Love Is All You Need (2012) and Serena (2014), won a Primetime Emmy this year for her direction on The Night Manager. She also has an Oscar win, with drama In A Better World scoring Best Foreign-Language Film in 2011.

Bier will deliver the Film Summit’s keynote address followed by an on-stage conversation with Screen editor Matt Mueller.

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She joins a roster of high-profile »

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Fox, Prescience, Left Bank among Screen Film Summit 2016 speakers

26 September 2016 2:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Tristan Goligher, Andy Harries, Faye Ward, Fox, Prescience among first round of speakers confirmed for this year’s event.

The first raft of speakers for this year’s Screen Film Summit (Nov 24) have been revealed.

They include 45 Years producer Tristan Goligher, currently in production on Andrew Haigh’s follow-up Lean On Pete, Andy Harries of The Crown producers Left Bank Pictures, and Faye Ward of Stan And Ollie producers Fable Pictures.

Speakers also announced include Chris Green, marketing director at 20th Century Fox, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, Lucy Jones, executive director at comScore, David Hancock, research director at Film & Cinema Ihs Technology, Eduardo Panizzo, director of Coffee & Cigarettes, Gary Collins, CEO of Red Rock Entertainment and Ian Cartwight and David Kapur from Ourscreen.

Taking place at London’s Picturehouse Central on November 24, the soon to be revealed programme will encompass topics such as the secrets behind marketing successful movies, the latest »

- tom.grater@screendaily.com (Tom Grater)

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Screen Film Summit 2016 speakers revealed

26 September 2016 2:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Tristan Goligher, Andy Harries and Faye Ward among first round of speakers confirmed for this year’s event.

The first raft of speakers for this year’s Screen Film Summit (Nov 24) have been revealed.

They include 45 Years producer Tristan Goligher, currently in production on Andrew Haigh’s follow-up Lean On Pete, Andy Harries of The Crown producers Left Bank Pictures, and Faye Ward of Stan And Ollie producers Fable Pictures.

Speakers also announced include Chris Green, marketing director at 20th Century Fox, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, Lucy Jones, executive director at comScore, David Hancock, research director at Film & Cinema Ihs Technology, Eduardo Panizzo, director of Coffee & Cigarettes, Gary Collins, CEO of Red Rock Entertainment and Ian Cartwight and David Kapur from Ourscreen.

Taking place at London’s Picturehouse Central on November 24, the soon to be revealed programme will encompass topics such as the secrets behind marketing successful movies, the latest »

- tom.grater@screendaily.com (Tom Grater)

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First wave of Screen Film Summit 2016 speakers revealed

26 September 2016 2:00 AM, PDT | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Tristan Goligher, Andy Harries and Faye Ward will all speak at this year’s event.

The first raft of speakers for this year’s Screen Film Summit (Nov 24) have been revealed.

They include 45 Years producer Tristan Goligher, currently in production on Andrew Haigh’s follow-up Lean On Pete, Andy Harries of The Crown producers Left Bank Pictures, and Faye Ward of Stan And Ollie producers Fable Pictures.

Further speakers already announced include Chris Green, marketing director at 20th Century Fox, Gary Collins, CEO of Red Rock Entertainment, Paul Brett, director at Prescience Film, Eduardo Panizzo, director of Coffee & Cigarettes, Lucy Jones, executive director at comScore, David Hancock, research director at Film & Cinema Ihs Technology, and Ian Cartwight and David Kapur from Ourscreen.

Taking place at London’s Picturehouse Central on November 24, the soon to be announced programme will encompass topics such as the secrets behind marketing successful movies, the latest audience and box office trends and statistics »

- tom.grater@screendaily.com (Tom Grater)

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Roots The Complete Series Comes to Blu-Ray in June

1 March 2016 1:26 PM, PST | Cinelinx | See recent Cinelinx news »

Even as a new version of the classic mini-series is in the works, Warner Bros. is aiming to please fans by bringing the entire original series of Roots to the high definition format with a slew of bonus features.  Come inside to learn more!

If you're a fan of the original Roots series, or weren't old enough to remember the iconic mini-series, then you're in luck.  Today WB has announced a new blu-ray set to bring the entire series to blu-ray with loads of special features that dive into the heart of the story on June 7, 2016.  All the details are below: 

The groundbreaking, acclaimed television miniseries that captivated the entire nation and won multiple awards, Roots, will be released on Blu-ray™ for the first time, by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Wbhe) on June 7, 2016. The legendary family saga, which follows the inspiring story of Kunta Kinte (LeVar Burton, Transformers: Rescue Bots, »

- feeds@cinelinx.com (Jordan Maison)

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