WFTV News

23rd September 2016
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23rd September 2016
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20th September 2016
The Grierson Trust has announced the final nominations for its 44th British Documentary Awards in association with Sky Atlantic.   
14th September 2016
Rona Fairhead, the first woman to Chair the BBC Trust, is to step down early from her role. She will remain as Chair until the BBC Trust is scrapped in early 2017, as part of the government's charter review.   Rona Fairhead  
14th September 2016
A new study from Dr Martha Lauzen's Center for the Study of Women in Television and Film at San Diego State University has found declines in the percentage of major female roles on US TV.   Dr Martha Lauzen  
9th September 2016
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1st September 2016
  The BFI has revealed the 22 producers who will receive a share of £2.2m in Vision Awards development investment, 15 of whom are women.  
21st July 2016
Nominations for the 2016 WFTV Awards, supported by Sky, are now OPEN! Absolutely anyone can make a nomination easily and quickly using the link below. You don’t have to be a WFTV member, you don’t have to be a women and you can even nominate yourself! This year you can nominate in thirteen categories, covering all areas of the industry from Directing, to Business, Performance to Project Management, New Talent to Contribution to the Medium.
14th July 2016
A+E Networks has launched a short-film competition in partnership with Women in Film & TV UK, to celebrate and promote the work of women behind the camera.    
22nd June 2016
Raising Films has today published the results of its Making it Possible survey on challenges faced by parents and carers working in film and television - the first nationwide look into the impact of caring on career development.   

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