UK Screen makes the case for access to global talent after Brexit

4 June 2018

Last Thursday the BBC News Channel featured a day of stories about the Creative Industries and Brexit.

Their coverage featured interviews with UK Screen Alliance CEO, Neil Hatton and board member Phil Dobree of Jellyfish Pictures. Both called for flexible arrangements after Brexit that allow VFX and animation companies to continue to access EEA and global talent without punitive visa charges or restrictive quotas that could impact our competitiveness.

 


Above: Neil Hatton, CEO, UK Screen Alliance




Above: Phil Dobree, CEO, Jellyfish Pictures

Neil pointed out that we often need to crew up quickly so that the future immigration rules need to allow us to respond instantly to demand by bringing in talent from EU when needed.

 

UK Creative Industries and Brexit: BBC Feature

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
UK Screen CEO makes the case for access to global talent after Brexit

 

 

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