UK Producers Lose More Than $300M After Coronavirus Ground Production To A Halt
UK film and TV producer trade body Pact has said that British indies have been ravaged to the tune of £250M ($312M) after the coronavirus crisis tore through the industry last month.Pact surveyed 100 producers, who said they have lost an average of £2.6M in revenue to the pandemic, which has shut down or postponed countless productions, including TV shows like Peaky Blinders and Sex Education.More from DeadlineReopening Broadway: What Will It Take? What Will It Look Like? When Could It Really Happen? A Candid Conversation With Broadway League President Charlotte St.
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