“England’s nine screen agencies are to be merged to create a single body called Creative England. Culture minister Ed Vaizey announced the plans today, saying the new body will be chaired by John Newbigin, and will consist of three hubs, based in the north, the Midlands and the south.”
December 1, 2010
UK Film Council Abolished; Remaining Screen Agencies to Be Consolidated
The Stage (UK) 11/29/10
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