Published on: 25 November 2021 in Industry

Directors Digest — Thursday 25 November

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BBC Three returns to TV,  Ofcom reports on the Beeb and Nadine Dorries takes her time on Channel 4. Meanwhile, there’s awards success for members as BAFTA Scotland and RTS Craft and Design winners are announced. Read all about it below. 

On the weekend, the 2021 BAFTA Scotland awards were announced — and we were pleased to see Directors UK members recognised for their work across the categories. You can read a full list of the winners here.

Meanwhile, the 2021 RTS Craft and Design Awards were also announced this week, with members picking up prizes in every directing category. You can read a full list of the winners here.

BBC Three will be returning as a linear TV channel in February, Televisual reports. 

Meanwhile, Ofcom have published their annual report on the BBC. (Ofcom)

UK Culture Secretary Nadine Dorries has suggested that she will take her time with reaching a decision on the future of Channel 4. (Deadline)

Meanwhile Little White Lies interviewed Reggie Yates about his debut feature film, Pirates

...and they also interviewed Céline Sciamma about her latest feature, Petite Maman.  

And finally, The Guardian looks at the role of Dagenham’s Eastbrook Studios in the British Filmmaking boom

Are you a member with an opinion on one of these stories? Is there an issue affecting directors that you think isn’t getting enough attention in the media? Why not write for us and make yourself heard — email [email protected] with your article idea.

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