A new study puts BFI film funding under the microscope, the BBC sees a staff exodus, and Lithuanian director Mantas Kvedaravičius is remembered by his peers.
Friends and colleagues pay tribute to Lithuanian documentary director Mantas Kvedaravičius, who was killed in the city of Mariupol over the weekend. (Screen)
Sir Ian Cheshire has been appointed Chair of Channel 4, Broadband TV News reports.
Nielsen’s new owners will face the same challenges in measuring TV usage, Variety reports.
In 2021, the late director Roger Graef wrote for the Financial Times against the privatisation of Channel 4. His article was especially relevant this week.
Director Antoneta Alamat Kusijanović discusses her life as a child refugee, and her prize-winning new film, Murina. (Guardian)
The Independent spoke to director Gus Van Sant 30 years on from his iconic piece of queer cinema, My Own Private Idaho.