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U.K. Film, TV Industry Players React to ‘Seismic’ Brexit Decision

24 June 2016 10:37 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

British voters’ stunning decision to turn their backs on the European Union has left many of the country’s leading TV and film players reeling. Here, some of them reflect on the new, uncertain situation Britain now finds itself in and how it might affect the industry.

Jane Tranter’s production company Bad Wolf has a first-look deal with HBO, and is producing BBC-New Line TV series “His Dark Materials.” Previously, as a BBC senior executive, her credits included “Doctor Who” and “Da Vinci’s Demons”:

“The news is bleak. Like many I am embarrassed and ashamed of how our politicians, on all sides and all parties, have handled this referendum.

“From a practical and cultural point of view, the U.K. television industry is today steeling itself to working with Europe from a position of isolation and unknown financial future and regulation. From a creative point of view, I »

- Leo Barraclough

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U.K. Film, TV Industry Players React to ‘Seismic’ Brexit Decision

24 June 2016 10:37 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

British voters’ stunning decision to turn their backs on the European Union has left many of the country’s leading TV and film players reeling. Here, some of them reflect on the new, uncertain situation Britain now finds itself in and how it might affect the industry.

Jane Tranter’s production company Bad Wolf has a first-look deal with HBO, and is producing BBC-New Line TV series “His Dark Materials.” Previously, as a BBC senior executive, her credits included “Doctor Who” and “Da Vinci’s Demons”:

“The news is bleak. Like many I am embarrassed and ashamed of how our politicians, on all sides and all parties, have handled this referendum.

“From a practical and cultural point of view, the U.K. television industry is today steeling itself to working with Europe from a position of isolation and unknown financial future and regulation. From a creative point of view, »

- Leo Barraclough

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Hollywood's Next Big Thing: 'Preacher' Breakout Ruth Negga Heads to Cannes With New Jeff Nichols Film

10 May 2016 9:00 AM, PDT | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Ruth Negga's recent rise is one of those 10-year overnight success stories. A decade before her breakout roles on AMC's new comic-book series Preacher (debuting May 22) and in Jeff Nichols' Cannes premiere Loving, the Ethiopian-Irish actress (her dad was a doctor, her mom's a nurse) caught dir­ector Neil Jordan's eye on the Dublin stage. He cast her in 2005's Breakfast on Pluto, which led to a string of small roles and now a breakthrough year that also includes Universal's June 10 debut of Warcraft. Why has it taken Hollywood so long to really discover you? I

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