It's not the main issue though, is it?
The article headline is "Wallace and Gromit maker warns UK animators may have to move abroad". The reason for that is because of the tax relief. Not being able to get animators from the EU would be a problem they are having but it wouldn't cause them to move abroad and their proposed solution is that we should be able to use tax relief to improve infrastructure and training. "It’s amplified at the moment because a lot of countries are more competitive with tax credits and they’re building infrastructure, both in terms of studios and training. Training is broken in this country. There is no infrastructure to train and nurture the next generation of talent for film and television generally. “We’ve had to set up our own academy over the last 10 years to train people because graduates from colleges and universities are not production-ready.”
The tax relief issue is the only thing that would cause them to move abroad so no, Brexit isn't to blame (not that hey will move abroad, they are just saying that is a possibility if they don't get the tax relief that they want). As @ThatFragranceGuy
says China/Korea are where the best animators are so if there was an actual shortage of animators and we needed to import them then we are more likely to be able to import them from there than we would have been pre-Brexit. If there isn't a shortage then we don't need to import them anyway. We have the people that want to do these jobs and we have the businesses that want to train them but they are asking for parity of tax relief with other competitive countries so thy can invest in that training and that is 100% non-Brexit related as it would have been the same situation within the EU.
People like you shouldn't be allowed to post. You are completely disingenuous. As usual you have been shown up to be wrong again and I expect this is the last we hear from you on this topic.