This week, the Royal Television Society explores how small changes can create more accessible TV sets, and Letterboxd delves into the art, psychology and people behind film posters. Read all about it, and more, below.
The Edgar Test reveals how a few basic changes can transform the lives of disabled people working in TV, without breaking the bank. (Royal Television Society)
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery director Rian Johnson joins his cast in uncovering the behind-the-scenes secret of the much-anticipated release for Deadline.
A new report from Advanced Television details the top 100 streaming platforms, including newer platforms on the rise.
Letterboxd talks to designers, archivists and publicists about creating and preserving original film posters in the age of streaming.
Matthew Reisz explores how his father Karel Reisz’ 1960s films positively altered perceptions of working-class Britons. (The Guardian)
Adam Shankman, director of new musical sequel Disenchanted, chats to IndieWire about the genre and the risks involved.
And finally, ahead of the Christmas period, Mubi Notebook has published their gift giving guide for cinephiles.
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