Screen Scotland is a partnership between the Scottish Government and the Scottish Screen Alliance that aims to drive the development of all aspects of Scotland’s film and TV sector. It offers funding, strategic support, talent development, education, inward investment, studio and set building, and business support for the screen sector in Scotland..
Ffilm Cymru are dedicated to advancing and sustaining a strong film industry for Wales; They provide funding and training to emerging and established Welsh filmmakers, offering exciting cinematic experiences to audiences across Wales, and developing new skills and career paths through a range of training programmes.
We are leading a charge against climate change; uniting the screen industries to make a positive environmental impact and inspiring audiences to act for a sustainable future.
We are albert. So are you.
Founded in 2011, albert supports the global Film and TV industry to reduce the environmental impacts of production and to create content that supports a vision for a sustainable future
The National Film and Television School (NFTS) is one of the world's leading film and TV schools and a recognised centre of excellence. It offers post-graduate degrees, diplomas and short courses in specialist disciplines. NFTS post-graduate degrees are validated by the Royal College of Art and accredited by ScreenSkills
Northern Ireland Screen is the national screen agency for Northern Ireland. The agency's purpose is to promote the development of a sustainable film, animation and television production industry
Based in Leeds, UK, Screen Yorkshire is the engine that drives the film and TV sector in the region. Established in 2002, it has been building Yorkshire’s global reputation as a centre for excellence in the screen industries for more than twenty years, helping to secure its position as one of the most sought-after destinations for content production in the UK.
ScreenSkills, previously known as Creative Skillset, is the industry-led skills body for the UK's screen-based creative industries - animation, film, games, television including children's TV and high-end drama, VFX and immersive technology. We work across the whole of the country to ensure that UK screen has access now, and in the future, to the skills and talent needed for continued success.
Raising Films calls on the UK screen sector to recognise the value of its parent and carer members and ensure that the best possible working practices are available to them. We challenge the sector to find ways to prevent the loss of talent and enable the working parent and carer community to grow in number so that all voices can be heard.
The original! Since 2012, the BARBICIDE® Certification has certified thousands of beauty industry professionals in infection control consistent with the current highest industry standards.
By completing this course and becoming BARBICIDE® Certified you will demonstrate to your co-workers and, more importantly, your customers that delivering a safe service is important to you
For 20 years, Bristol Film Office has been working to make Bristol one of the UK’s most film-friendly cities, assisting TV and film productions of all sizes to source locations, secure permits, find local crew and arrange the logistics that make on-location shoots run smoothly.
Our free, dedicated service is available to any production planning to film in the city, and is part of what makes Bristol one of the UK’s most competitive filming destinations outside of London.
Gritty Talent is a trailblazing company bridging TV, talent and technology. We discover, nurture and connect talented people from under-represented groups into the media industry.
We work with TV channels, production heads, casting teams and emerging talent to understand their needs and objectives, and connect the dots between the two.
Screen Alliance North is a BFI Skills Cluster, created by Liverpool Film Office, North East Screen, Screen Manchester and Screen Yorkshire with support of the BFI, awarding National Lottery funding.
The four screen agencies have come together as a lead skills body for the North of England to tackle skills shortages and improve access to quality training provision for diverse talent and communities.
From Star Wars to The Crown, Paddington to Peaky Blinders, England boasts a wealth of world-class content filmed across the country’s diverse locations, with cinematic coastline, industrial history, grand stately homes, beautiful quintessential villages and both contemporary and historic cities. Wherever you are filming in the country, you are never far from a site that can double for another city, another country or another period in time.
Oracle Forecast Ltd is run by Freelance crew currently working within the Film & TV industry. After many years gathering and collecting information on Production companies, Producers, Line Producers, Production Managers, Casting Directors and general Production staff, we at Oracle Forecast Ltd decided to set up business ourselves to produce monthly subscriptions containing the kind of information that we would use on a regular basis to help us find that next job in the Film & TV industry.
We champion, connect, support and invest in creative people and businesses. We’re a group of diverse and inclusive professionals who believe in the power of the creative industries to change lives, placing creativity at the heart of the UK’s culture, economy and education system.
We unite the creative industries and generate opportunities for innovation to thrive by investing in people and their ideas. We are here for those who dare to imagine: imagine a fairer, more prosperous world, achieved through the power of creativity.