Published on: 10 July 2018 in Industry

Directors Digest

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Copyright laws, VOD and a fourth Culture Secretary in two years. It’s been another busy week in the industry, and you can read about it all below. 


Creative industry groups, including Directors UK, have expressed their disappoinment at the rejection of a significant new EU copyright law. (Screen International)

Jeremy Wright has been named Culture Secretary — the fourth in two years. (The Stage)

And according to The Hollywood Reporter, bidding for Endemol Shine is heating up


With an increasingly diverse AMPAS, could Black Panther redefine what is considered awards-worthy? (The Hollywood Reporter)

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