27th October 2016
WFTV members Nainita Desai, Debora Aston and Chiara Ventura have been selected by BAFTA and Creative England to take part in their new initiatives.  
24th October 2016
WFTV is delighted to announce that Sandi Toksvig will present the 2016 Women in Film Awards at London Hilton on Park Lane (2 Dec).     Sandi returns for a third time, having triumphed gloriously for the last two years, demonstrating her complete mastery of a notoriously ‘noisy’ room.  
24th October 2016
Shonda Rhimes, the creator and showrunner of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal, has told Broadcast she's "eager to create a show for the UK".    
17th October 2016
The 60th BFI London Film Festival has announced its 2016 award-winners.   Kelly Reichardt filming Certain Women  
14th October 2016
In a bid to achieve greater equality in representation and pay by 2020, actresses including Elizabeth Berrington, Polly Kemp and Deirdre Mullins formed Equal Representation for Actresses (ER
10th October 2016
New research from the BFI has revealed that Naomie Harris and Thandie Newton are the most prolific black actresses in UK film, just behind actors Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters.   Naomie Harris in Skyfall (2012)  
7th October 2016
When I started writing Breaking into UK Film & TV Drama, I knew it needed lots of voices, not just my own, to make it truly invaluable for the readers: new entrants to the industry. So I turned to the most influential industry bodies and most talented freelancers in the business to ask them to write exclusive pieces of advice.
4th October 2016
An infographic created by SLATED based on the analysis of 1,591 feature films released theatrically on at least one screen in the US between 2010-15 exposes a systemic lack of trust on the part of the film industry when it comes to collaborating with women in the workplace.   
3rd October 2016
Clare Stewart joined the BFI in the newly created role of Head of Exhibition in 2011, since when the BFI London Film Festival has achieved record attendances.  
28th September 2016
Former WFTV mentee Debbie Howard of Big Buddha Films releases her documentary Still Loved in cinemas next week.