This week, Variety examines the stalled progress for women post-#MeToo, the RTS Programme Awards winners were announced, and the BFI admits to systemic racism. Read the latest headlines below.
A new online resource aims to increase accessibility across the film industry, Little White Lies reports.
The BFI admits systemic racism and vows to improve following a discrimnation complaint, Deadline reports.
Variety asks how many gains have there really been in the battle for gender equality since the industry’s great #MeToo reckoning – and what is the outlook for further change?
Black cinema organisation We Are Parable to expand into UK and international distribution. (Screen Daily)
The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 grand final set for live cinema broadcast in the UK, Metro reports.
The winners of the RTS Programme Awards 2023 were announced. Congratulations to any members who were commended at this year's ceremony. Read the full list here.
Go inside the Warner Bros top-secret archive with The Guardian.
Read about the 68 climate leaders changing the film and TV industry, reported by Forbes.
Curzon confirms interest in buying rival UK chain Picturehouse Cinemas. (Screen Daily)
And finally, Riverside Studios enters administration, The Stage reports.
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