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Head of Kids & Factual
Rosemary is a dual qualified English and Canadian lawyer who has worked both in-house and in private practice since 1990 advising various media companies on production, distribution, exploitation and protection issues. She has developed a speciality in structuring and advising on international treaty co-productions. Previous to her life in the law she was a stage manager and company manager at the Stratford Festival and various regional theatre companies in Canada. She joins rights. tv from Industry Media, a business affairs consultancy where she advised various independent television producers in the fact-ent, factual, entertainment, digital and children’s’ genres. On the broadcast side she has advised NBC Universal International, Comedy Central and was Director of Legal at Nickelodeon UK and in Canada, Head of Production Contracting at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and Bell Canada’s (Sympatico) legal adviser on digital content.
The Animation Tax Break - International Perspective
How will the tax-break work for international co-prodcution partners. What are the restrictions? How will it work with co-production treaties?
The Animation Tax Break - Fulfilment
Processes, paperwork, accountancy and legal - there are issues - find out how to get it right.