Octagon Films returned €19.1m in funding to investors in 2014

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
30th August, 2015
Love/Hate helped return a hefty profit for makers Octagon Films

Octagon Films, makers of hit television series such as Love/Hate, Vikings, Penny Dreadful and The Borgias, returned €19.1 million worth of Section 481 funding to investors in 2014, according to the most recently filed set of accounts.

The funding related to money raised for several productions, including series two of the TV series Camelot; the third and fourth series of Love/Hate; the BBC drama Loving Miss Hatto; a three-part television series called Life of Crime; and...

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