This week saw the release of our major new gender report in UK TV, with evidence pointing towards a widening of the gender gap.
Meanwhile, there’s developments at The Farm and Shepperton Studios — and is your laptop screen the next best cinematic framing device? Read all about it below.
This week we released ‘Who’s Calling the Shots? A report on gender inequality among directors working in UK TV’ — and found that the gender gap continues to widen overall. (Directors UK)
Caroline Hollick has joined C4 as Head of Drama. (Broadcast)
Rungano Nyoni’s I Am Not A Witch has been picked as the UK’s foreign-language Oscar entry. (ScreenDaily)
This week filmmaker Oleg Sentsov passed 100 days on his hunger strike in prison — PEN International published his story, Testament.
Just how popular are Oscar winners? Stephen Follows crunches the numbers. (Stephen Follows)
The Guardian ponders over the laptop screen, and its new function as a cinematic framing device.
Meanwhile, Indiewire takes an in-depth look at colour-correction in Brett Morgen’s documentary, Jane.
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