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Top talent, big industry names, inspiring sessions and the latest technology await delegates attending The Media Production Show in Olympia this June
Manufacturer to showcase cloud-based tech and services at trade show
Bros documentary producer and Murdered By My Father writer among speakers
Industry trade show shifts forward a month for fifth event in 2020
Drama initiative will provide opportunities for female writers and under-represented voices
The Oscar-winning producer of Man on Wire talks Netflix, Whitney and the value of being truly transatlantic
Doug Allan will take part in talk entitled Natural Born Thrillers
The genre has never felt more competitive - but it should not be a case of who shouts loudest, says the writer of Netflix’s Safe
Award-winning cinematographer Kate Reid to discuss her work across film and television
Top industry speakers are gearing up to discuss all things broadcast, including new tech and content wishlists, at this year’s new-look Media Production Show
Producer of Oscar winner Searching For Sugar Man to deliver Media Production Show keynote
Manufacturer’s acquisition of SAM likely to trigger more consolidation in the sector
Features three new theatres dedicated to live production, audio and ‘digital disrupters’
PR company to rep London’s leading trade show
The BBC series Spy In The Wild made use of dozens of lifelike robotic animals, fitted with miniature hidden cameras, that were designed to get close to creatures in their natural habitat.
Last week’s Media Production Show (MPS) has been declared a success after attracting more than 4,500 visitors over its two days.
What’s coming up on the final day of the event
Click for the video highlights from the opening day
Planet Earth II took an extraordinary look at the lives of animals around the world 10 years after the BBC’s original Planet Earth documentary.
Henry Badgett was the visual effects supervisor on BBC1 period drama Taboo, working alongside production designer Sonja Klaus, producer Tim Bricknell and director Kristoffer Nyholm.
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