Kent to lose £4m as film and TV crews suspend filming amid ongoing Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strike

The county is set to lose millions of pounds due to the Hollywood writers’ and actors’ strike which has slammed the brakes on US-backed TV and film productions. Two major dramas and a feature film have already pulled the plug on lucrative location shoots in the county. And with little sign of any agreement on the horizon, it is feared the county could be counting the cost well into next year. On a good year, the county normally benefits from up to £8 million being pumped into local economies when big TV or film productions use Kent as a location for filming. In recent years these have ranged f…

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