Everyman Broadgate, London | 5 December 2019

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The must attend forum for senior executives working in film and high-end TV

The Screen International Finance Forum will give a detailed analysis of the current challenges & changing landscape of film & high-end TV finance in the UK.
High profile speakers will share insight on private finance, EIS changes, working with streamers, tax credits and incentives.
Held at Everyman Broadgate, audiences will examine the issues at the forefront of the industry and debate the challenges that lie ahead.

Content Highlights

Industry Keynote
TBA

Producers Panel
Four of the UK’s most successful producers talk about where they see the opportunities and challenges ahead

Private Finance
How to attract private financing to UK film and high-end TV projects

EIS Changes
How the new EIS rules and tax changes can work for you

Working with the Streamers
How the independent sector can work with Streamers

Tax Credits & Incentives
Matching the UK film and TV tax credits with international incentives

77

of delegates would recommend attending a Screen event to a colleague

3286

industry professionals attended Screen events in 2018

Great networking, which is of course of prime importance to all of us”

Delegate
2016 Screen Film Summit

For sponsorship enquiries

Scott Benfold
Commercial Director

(+44) 20 8102 0813
Scott.Benfold@screendaily.com

Hettie Halden
International Account Manager
(+44) 20 8102 0814
Hettie.Halden@screendaily.com

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