ReFrame changes decision making process for TV stamp and extends IMDbPro partnership

Posted Wednesday 22 Jan 2020

TV series Fleabag, Pose and Grey's Anatomy are among the recipients of the 2018-19 ReFrame Stamp for Television, reports industry website Variety. Netflix earned the most stamps this time with four. To receive the stamp, productions must hire female-identifying people in four out of eight critical areas of production, including writing, directing, showrunning, producing, lead acting roles, season regular acting roles, department heads and crew members. Additionally, ReFrame and IMDbPro have extended their partnership through 2022, albeit with an altered decision-making process for which series receive the stamp.

For more information about ReFrame, what it's doing and how it can help you, here's the link: reframeproject.org

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Applications open for FilmUp Mentorship programme 2020

Posted Wednesday 22 Jan 2020

Are you developing a feature film or documentary? Apply now for the Script To Screen FilmUp Mentorship programme 2020, a nine-month professional development programme for practicing writers, directors and producers. A mentor for each filmmaker forms the cornerstone of the programme, along with six FilmUp Hub days when the participants come together for group work. Recent FilmUp alumni include Briar March, Chelsea Winstanley and Claire van Beek. You have until 10 pm Sunday 9 February 2020, to apply!