Published on: 22 June 2017 in Directors UK
Directors Digest — Thursday 22 June
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Developments at BAFTA’s albert initiative rub shoulders with new studies on diversity in casting and how UK cinemas are treating deaf audiences. Read about it all in today’s edition of Directors Digest.
Directors UK member Rebecca Manley has been made a BAFTA albert ambassador. Here she writes on the albert website about reducing her carbon footprint. (albert)
Meanwhile, David Lammy MP has urged OFCOM to regulate BBC diversity. (Broadcast, Paywall)
Stephen Follows writes about the UK’s secret 20% tax relief for short films. (Stephen Follows)
We’ve lost Summer movie season, Film School Rejects report.
In a new blog post, the SAA asks if the fear of double pay is making MEPs scared of ‘fair’ remuneration. (SAA)
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