UK Film Exhibition Workforce Survey 2022
This report offers an overview of the results from a survey which aimed to provide a snapshot of who is working in UK film exhibition, what needs to change, and what skills and training the sector requires to develop and thrive.
A sustainable production guide
How to limit environmental impacts at every stage in the production process.This guide is for artistic directors, producers, directors, production managers, lighting designers and technicians, set designers and builders, costume designers, and performing arts practitioners across the industry seeking to understand and reduce their environmental impacts.
The place of women in European film productions
The sexual assault allegations brought against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein laid bare the painful reality for scores of women working in the film industry around the world. However, sexual harassment is seemingly just the tip of the iceberg in an industry where gender inequalities relating to biased representation and pay are arguably systematic and pervasive.
The Blueprint for Muslim Inclusion
This Blueprint for Muslim Inclusion serves as a companion piece to the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study Missing & Maligned: The Reality of Muslims in Popular Global Movies and draws from the real opportunity to engage Muslim communities further, unearth incredible stories, and ensure Muslims feel seen and empowered to tell their tales.
Annual ScreenSkills Assessment 2019
In 2018-19 ScreenSkills and the Work Foundation worked together to deliver the first year of the Skills Forecasting Service (SFS), using National Lottery funds awarded by the BFI as part of the Future Film Skills programme.
Screen Business Report
Published by the BFI, the report reveals the highest ever return on investment to the UK economy of £13.48 billion (GVA) from the UK’s government’s screen tax reliefs from 2017-2019. The in-depth triennial report shows the tax reliefs generated record-breaking levels of production and jobs; grew local businesses and infrastructure expansion across the UK’s nations and England’s regions
Missing & Maligned: Muslims in Popular Movies
The purpose of the present study was to explore the prevalence and portrayal of Muslim characters in popular film. The study includes both a quantitative and qualitative analysis of 200 top-grossing movies released between 2017 and 2019 across four countries: the U.S., U.K., Australia, and New Zealand.
Tackling class inequality in the UK Screen Industries
This report shows that in 2020 over half of people working in the UK’s Screen Industries were from privileged backgrounds (53%), compared to 38% of people working in any role. In contrast, people from working-class backgrounds are significantly under-represented in UK Screen, with only one in four of the Screen workforce from lower socio-economic backgrounds, compared to 38% of people across the economy.
Parents & Carers in UK Film and TV
Making It Possible survey - Voices of Parents & Carers in the UK Film and TV Industry.
In 2015 Raising Films started a conversation about the challenges faced by parents and carers working in film and television. Now, we’re proud to present what we’ve learned with the results of our survey — the first nationwide look into the impact of caring on career development across the industry.
Short Film & VR Travel Grant
Short filmmakers, as well as makers producing virtual reality / immersive storytelling experiences and installations, can apply for Travel Grants to attend international film festivals and events where their work is being screened.
Working Time in the TV Industry
This report is the result of over a year of work by the teams at Share My Telly Job and academics at the Universities of York and Hull as part of the Screen Industries Growth Network (SIGN), the report records the hours people work in their television jobs. It concludes that people are working on average 14 hours more than the general population, equivalent of two extra work days each week.
Historic Gender Parity in Family Films
This report analyzes representations of gender, race, LGBTQ+, disability, age (over 60) and body size (large) in the top-grossing family films (rated G, PG, or PG-13) of 2019. We also include analysis of leading characters in live action and animated family films from over a decade (2007 – 2019).
Gender Representation in the Short Film Industry
Short Film Conference, Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival & Internationale Kurzfilmtage Winterthur are collaborating to create a tool that will produce numbers and analyze statistics in the short film industry in order to promote collective awareness and nurture action when deemed necessary.
Adjusting the colour balance
In 2015, Directors UK issued its first ever report on black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) directorial representation in UK television production. The report revealed just how few television programmes are directed by BAME directors.
Bectu - Rates of pay guidelines
The information here reflects the recommended going rates set by the relevant freelance branch(es), covering film and independent production, after consultation with members. Bectu also recommends minimum terms and conditions for all those not covered by an agreement.
Film Festivals and Filmmakers Report
The main goal of this survey was to assess how festivals contribute to filmmaker sustainability, particularly in regard to financial compensation. Specifically, we asked about revenue sharing, screening fees, panel stipends, cash awards, and travel and lodging paid out to filmmakers.
The story of immersive users
The focus of this report is on the users of immersive technologies. The report is based on a range of studies that span the Extended Reality (XR) gamut, including Augmented Reality (AR) apps on phones and large screens, Mixed Reality (MR) headset experiences and a long range study of Virtual Reality (VR) headset users.