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Today we hear from Tomorrow Studios CEO Marty Adelstein about his new drama Snowpiercer and how his company has been impacted by Covid-19, Goldfinch CEO Kirsty Bell discusses the financier’s fund for UK prodcos, and Arrow Media’s Tom Brisley details how the firm shifted strategy to cope with lockdown.

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Marty Adelstein, CEO of ITV-backed Tomorrow Studios, talks about how his new sci-fi series Snowpiercer premiered to record ratings on TNT in the US earlier this month and debuted globally via Netflix yesterday, and how the second season was affected by Covid-19. Speaking to Ed Waller, he also discusses Tomorrow’s broader response to the pandemic and other projects on which the company is working.

Goldfinch is a UK-based film and TV financier and production and management specialist that has launched a £500,000 (US$613,000) fund for British indies struggling to deal with the effect of the coronavirus pandemic. CEO Kirsty Bell tells Nico Franks what the response has been like so far and what it says of how the sector is coping.

Tom Brisley is co-founder and creative director of Arrow Media, the factual-focused UK indie behind series for broadcasters all around the world – including new Investigation Discovery documentary Jeffrey Dahmer: Mind of a Monster and Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom, the company’s first commission from streaming service Disney+. He talks Clive Whittingham through the ways the company has navigated lockdown and the innovations it is using to maintain productions.

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