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Screen Cornwall has launched the first-ever funding scheme dedicated to the development of feature film in the Cornish/Kernewek language.
As first confirmed on Production Intelligence, a shiny new drama called I, Jack Wright is in the pipeline at Federation Stories, with filming due to begin imminently.
The BFI’s annual full-year production stats for 2023 show a total spend across film and high-end television (HETV) of £4.23bn.
Screen-industry organisation Climate Spring has launched its new development fund for global unscripted TV and factual entertainment.