Today’s Directors Digest brings you virtual reality, pay rises at the BBC and potential EIS cuts as well as new studies, surveys and essays from industry experts. Read on for our round up of the latest news and views.
The LA Times wrote about mother! and the new genre-of-meaning cinema.
Meanwhile, the UK film industry fears the potential loss of EIS funding. (ScreenDaily)
Daniel Battsek has been appointed Film London chairman. (ScreenDaily)
Discussion time at the Guardian: New edits and director’s cuts — are they lost gems or simply second best?
“The indie sector is being reshaped by the rise of streaming, a fall in budgets and the muddle of Brexit” — One of several lessons conclusions from Televisual’s Production 100.
“Broadcasting regulation: When is retransmission retransmission?” Read a new blog post from the SAA.
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