This week, LFF director Tricia Tuttle has announced she will step down after the 2022 edition, and Edinburgh International Film Festival and two of Scotland’s leading independent cinemas collapse. Read the latest industry news below.
Tricia Tuttle announced that she’s to step down from her role after 10 years at the British Film Institute, via The Hollywood Reporter.
The Guardian reflects on how television can adequately reflect the climate crisis.
BAFTA have announced their plans to adjust awards categories in order to address female director imablance. (The Hollywood Reporter)
Former BBC News senior head of production Anna Mishcon is recruited to oversee implementation of the Whole Picture Toolkit at The Film and TV Charity, Broadcast reports.
Little White Lies delivers the Eurotrash guide to Jean-Luc Godard.
Five executives from across the globe recommend the local shows that have caught their attention and deserve to be better known internationally, via Broadcast.