This week, Bectu launches a campaign calling for urgent action on working conditions in unscripted television, and producer David Puttnam highlights the skills shortage in the UK industry. Find out more in this week’s Digest.
Bectu launches a new campaign to standardise working conditions in unscripted TV following an open letter penned by director Anna Collins.
In his last keynote address as U.K. Film Distributors’ Association president, David Puttnam warned of U.K. inward investment moving to other countries if the ongoing skill shortage issue is not tackled. (Variety)
Read about how Yellowstone and its creator Taylor Sheridan has changed Paramount’s fortunes, Hollywood headshots, and possibly Texas politics, via Indiewire.
Film Stories reports that Britain’s most prolific female director Muriel Box will be celebrated with a BFI season.
Cineworld halts plan to sell operations in US, UK and Ireland, The Guardian reports.
For Indiewire’s Filmmaker Toolkit podcast, director Gregg Araki unpacks the long journey to restoring his cult classic, The Doom Generation.