The UK and Korean governments are hosting their second annual event to encourage collaboration between their creative industries.


The UK-Korea Creative Industries Forum, backed by UKTI, will be held on 7 March at the BFI Southbank Centre in London. The free, day-long event will feature a programme of showcases and panel discussions on varying topics in the creative industries, including television, animation and visual effects.

ITV executive Mike Beale and Pioneer Productions managing director Kirstie McLure are among those taking part in the TV showcase, supported by Animation UK chairman Oli Hyatt and VFX Hub director Peter Truckel.

Culture secretary John Whittingdale will lead the event, joined by Korean culture minister Kim Jong-deok.

Ahead of the event, which was postponed from 2 November, industry trade body Pact is to sign a memo of understanding with its Korean counterpart

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