Danny Boyle, whose credits include Trainspotting and The Beach and who is now editing two digital films for BBC2, will be discussing his career at the Production Show Movie Day on March 14 at London's Olympia.

The Q&A session, which will be chaired by Screen's editor-in-chief Colin Brown, will kick off a day of events featuring a number of leading film industry players discussing key issues of the day.

The Film Council's Robert Jones, Scala Productions' Nik Powell, Winchester Films' Gary Smith, Grosvenor Park's Don Starr, Sky Pictures' Will Turner and Civilian Content's Richard Holmes will be mulling over new sources of finance available to UK filmmakers, from the City and sale and leaseback schemes to the Lottery.

In the afternoon, producers and directors will be pitching their projects to a panel comprising Working Title's Debra Hayward, Universal's Graeme Mason, Pathe Pictures' Cameron McCracken, Miramax Films' Teresa Moneo, FilmFour's Jim Wilson and The Film Council's Paul Trijbits.

For more information, see www.productionshow.com.