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Thompson departure leaves questions about future of BBC Films

After a decade as head of BBC Films, the 'great survivor' David Thompson is to move on. Thompson will be standing down as BBC Films boss in four weeks' time to start up his own independent production company. The move comes following the summer announcement that BBC Films is to leave its standalone West End premises and head back to BBC Television Centre, where it will come under the control of Head of Fiction Jane Tranter (who oversees Drama Commissioning, Comedy ...

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