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UK Global Screen Fund announces TV producers package delegation

The package allows UK TV producers to connect with the event’s vast international community.

The BFI has announced the ten independent producers selected to join its UK Global Screen Fund TVproducers package delegation, in association with Content London.

The package, designed to support participation at Content London 2023, allows UK TV producers to connect with the event’s vast international community, providing visibility, development and a valuable opportunity to forge new collaborations.

Content London, taking place 27 to 30 November, is one of the most stimulating events in the global content industry calendar. Over three days it brings the global drama, formats and factual communities together around a conference, awards and networking agenda.

The UK Global Screen Fund TV producers package invited applications from independent UK TV producers with demonstrable production experience and specific interest in co-production and expanding international networks. In addition to Content London accreditation, the delegation will receive access to finance and legal experts as well as invitation-only meetings and events, providing clear and unique opportunities to forge international relationships with potential to spark co-production deals.

The 10 selected independent TV producers are:
Clare Kerr, Mead Kerr Ltd
Derren Lawford, DARE Pictures
Ed Stobart, Alleycats
Jasper Warry, Hello Deer Studios
Krishnendu Majumdar, Me+You Productions
Lucy Teire, Interference Pattern
Nik Bower, Riverstone Pictures
Patricia Moore, Tyrone Productions
Stella Nwimo, Boudica Entertainment
Tammy Kennedy, Little Bird Films

Sources: www.bfi.org.uk

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