A new report exposes the industry’s issues with worker retention, arthouse filmmakers move to episodic TV, and the average hour of TV contributes *how* much carbon? Read all about it below.
A new report from the Film and TV Charity has laid bare the industry’s issues with worker retention, and also shows how changes could increase the workforce by 35,000. Find out more and read the full report here. (Film and TV Charity)
Broadcasters are backing a new independent bullying authority, Televisual reports.
Screen Daily looks at why arthouse filmmakers are moving into making episodic TV.
Ffilm Cymru Wales and Creative Wales are partnering for a new feature production fund worth £1m. (Screen)
Swedish director Ninja Thyberg talks to Little White Lies about creating her provocative new feature, Pleasure.
BAFTA’s albert consortium have concluded that an average hour of TV contributes 5.7t of CO2. (TVBEurope)
Censor director Prano Bailey-Bond writes for Sight and Sound about the constant discourse surrounding being a “woman director of horror”.
And finally, Televisual goes behind the scenes of the Eurovision Song Contest.
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