Next November, the new TV series “Industry” will be shown in the United States and Europe.
This work produced by HPO and BBC delves deep into the global financial sector, with its competition, corruption, racism, gender discrimination and more.
The 8 episodes of this series reflect the reality of the fierce and fierce competition between a number of university graduates within a large investment bank in London to grab the few available positions.
The first episode of the series will be shown on American stations on November 9, and will start the next day on small screens in a number of European countries, including France and Britain.
The first episode was directed by the American actress and producer Lina Danam, who previously presented the series “Girls”.
The idea of the series goes back to the Welsh production company “Bass Wolf”, and especially to Jane Tanter She co-founded.
The idea was inspired by the killing of a trainee at an American bank in London years ago.
Tanter said. During a panel discussion this week held by the London Film Festival, this episode “gives an idea” of this world “and what is going on behind it.” p>
As for the script, it was written by two beginners, Conrad Kay and Mickey Dawn, who were inspired by their own experiences during their work in international banks in the British capital.
The series the scenes of corruption and racism in the global financial sector Industrie