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Ahead of the 96th Academy Awards, better known as the Oscars, Alex Nicoll, UK head of media and entertainment at Sedgwick, considers how the ceremony will shine a spotlight on the incredible potential of virtual production and serve as a reminder of the potential risks it can pose to the filmmaking industry.

With the 96th annual Academy Awards set to take centre stage on Sunday (10 March), the focus will be on the remarkable achievements of those in the film industry this year. 

While those in front of the

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