Published on: 03 November 2022 in Industry
Directors Digest —Thursday 3 November
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S4C and Channel 4 both celebrate anniversaries, while Ofcom publishes its annual diversity report and BECTU publish guidelines for shooting intimacy. Read all about it below.
Meanwhile, Channel 4 also turned 40 this week — watch its first ever broadcast from 1982. (Channel 4)
This week Ofcom published their annual report on diveristy in TV and Radio — download a full copy on their website.
The BFI is set to archive Bridgerton and other Netflix UK titles, the first time a streamer has had works enter the archive. (Screen Daily)
The Film and TV Charity has launched a £50,000 anti-racism grant, Broadcast reports.
The first ever Children’s & Family Emmys were announced this week — congratulations to all of this year’s nominees! (The Hollywood Reporter)
To mark Halloween, The Guardian looks at FW Murnau’s Nosferatu —100 years on.