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The Night Manager team plans new drama

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After their successful collaboration on The Night Manager, the BBC and AMC will re-team with The Ink Factory for TV drama The Spy, an adaptation of John le Carré’s Cold War novel The Spy Who Came in From the Cold.

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Fantastic Beasts 2 eyes summer shoot

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Hot on the heels of the box office success of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the second in the franchise of five planned features is heading towards a summer shoot in the UK.

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Start date for Han Solo as Star Wars IX preps

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The start date for principal photography on the Han Solo anthology film has been confirmed, as the production team on Star War: Episode IX also begins to assemble in readiness for a lengthy period of pre-production.

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Projects wrapping in January

Demand is sky-high for UK crew and studios as major feature films and high-end TV dramas continue to make a significant economic impact. With the help of PI, we take a look at some of the projects wrapping up their shoot.  Read More »

PI: Hot prospects for 2017

It's been another busy year for the UK production industry, with Hollywood blockbusters and TV co-productions battling it out for studio space with home-grown features and high-end dramas.  Read More »

Wales targets high-end TV

Wales is looking to ramp up the amount of high-end TV that is filmed in the country after hosting Will, a major ten-part US drama for TNT, its biggest production to date. Read More »

UK shoots wrapping for Christmas

It’s been another busy year for film and TV production crew around the UK. From big-budget US movies to home-grown TV favourites, the industry has been enjoying a purple patch.  Read More »

Virtual reality gets London showcase

Virtual reality (VR) technology is in its early stages of development but has the clear potential to revolutionise the way we experience events and storytelling, the Virtual Reality Creative Summit 2016 has shown. Read More »

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