AI, collaboration and talent will be among themes discussed at London's increasingly international flagship film event.
Tax relief to encourage creative industries investors rose by 37 per cent in 2021-22, led by increased claims for high end TV programming.
UK TV industry were a record £3.94bn in 2022, reflecting strong growth in international sales.
British writing, directing and acting talent enjoyed the spotlight at the 2023 EE BAFTA Film Awards.
The UK's global reputation for TV and film-making attracted £5.3bn of inward investment in 2022, helping make it a record year.
A BFI skills review says UK film and TV should train up to an additional 20,770 full-time workers to prevent skills shortages.
This spring Pact held its first overseas trade mission for two years, taking UK independent TV producers to Israel.
A new report highlights the UK's advantages as a base for virtual TV and film production.
The Screen Business 2021 report has analysed the contribution of tax reliefs from 2017-19 to the UK's screen entertainment industries.
The DIT is promoting UK creative exporters under a new campaign.
Creative Leaders Festival 2021 will run online on May 25 and 26.
Threatened by the pandemic, advertising agencies reinvented their processes and could report better than expected 2021 results.
Anti-piracy policies have been agreed by creative industry groups, and Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.
Flipbook Studio's Ben Haworth on how creative vision and tech are bringing imaginary worlds to the screen
Insights on how media companies worldwide have adapted to Covid-19 and other challenges to their businesses.
Moore Kingston Smith surveyed the media and marketing services industry to gather views on the likely effect on financial performance.
Sharing thoughts on how Coronavirus will impact the future financial prospects and staffing requirements of the media industry
The international performance of UK films and talent, as collated in the BFI Statistics Yearbook.
A 30 per cent rise in international revenues lifted revenues in the UK independent TV production sector to a record £3.3bn in 2019.
Reasons why the UK's TV & Film sector attracts investors, customers and partners from all parts of the world.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) runs a scholarship programme that enables talented Chinese nationals from mainlan...
Why successful UK movie exports such as 'Paddington 2' often have similar attributes.
Aardman are among the companies creating next-generation audience expeirences.
An opportunity for TV producers to network in China at the Shanghai TV Festival.
Chinese and UK TV producers are embracing opportunities to collaborate.
UK TV production revenues have grown by a third in the last decade.
A new agreement is designed to bring UK and Indian TV and film producers closer together.
Pact is committed to increasing diversity in TV and film.
Pact CEO John McVay on why the creative industries benefit from greater diversity.
NOISE gives the best undiscovered creative talent a platform.
Read about the export success of the UK's television industry.
Read about the health of the UK's successful independent television sector.
Leading studio complex flies the flag for the UK's television and film industries
London's largest film and TV studio complex epitomises the UK film sector.
The anniversary edition of the sci-fi show was broadcast in cinemas round the world. (Picture credit: copyright of BBC Worldwide, used wi...
Overseas growth for UK post-production facilities.
Find out more about BBC Worldwide's international TV successes. Picture credit:© 2013 BBC Earth MD (WWD) Limited, Evergreen MD LLC and Re...
The north London site was the first studio to be built in the UK for 70 years. (Pre-rollover image credit: Warner Bros. UK)
Read how Warner Bros. has invested in a talent programme to fund scholarships and apprenticeships for young people.
Europe's largest visual effects house is a major international player.
How the British Council supports film festival programming.