Brexit - what will it mean for the creative industries?
On 23 June 2016, the UK will hold a referendum on whether or not to remain part of the European Union.
Heated discussions are taking place around the country as various sectors predict how an EU exit may affect their business, so here at The Knowledge we would like to canvass your view on how it might affect the creative industries.
We have compiled a short survey – with the help of our sister companies, Screen, Broadcast, KFTV and shots - and would be very interested to know your views.
Altogether the questions should only take a few minutes and your responses are completely anonymous, click here to partake.
Please note that this survey has now closed.
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Yorkshire has been awarded National Lottery funding by the BFI. The fund is aimed at encouraging emerging screen sector hubs outside London and the South East.
With the first episode of Beowulf due to air on 3 January, Andy Fry takes an in-depth look at some of the challenges faced by the production team, and the reasons behind their location choices.
Stan and Ollie, the forthcoming big-screen film about Laurel and Hardy’s 1953 British tour is currently eyeing a summer shoot in the UK.
Between 2007-2013, the UK has co-produced some of the world's most renowned films with a plethora of different countries. 12 Years a Slave (UK and US), The Zero Theorem (UK & Romania) and Mr Turner (UK, France & Germany) have all benefited from the inv