UK streaming doubles in 2020, 24 Hours in A&E finds a new home, and a new £700m studio complex comes to Hertfordshire. Read all about it below.
A new £700m studio complex is coming to Hertforsdhire, Broadcast reports.
The Independent Cinema Office is launching a revenue-sharing, BFI-backed film platform. (Screen)
The Harder They Fall, directed by Jeymes Samuel and starring Idris Elba, is set to open London film festival. (Guardian)
A new Ofcom report shows that UK Streaming doubled in 2020. (Deadline)
Meanwhile, Screen rounds up the Indie VOD platforms every filmmaker needs to know.
24 Hour in A&E is shifting its production to Leeds, Televisual reports.
Director David Lowery narrates a sequence from The Green Knight as part of the New York Times’ Anatomy of a Scene series.
And finally, SlashFilm looks at how Scarlett Johansson’s Disney lawsuit could shape the film industry.
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