Ten suggestions for talking about suicide, by Lucy Tallon - Head of mental health and wellbeing
The Freelance Charter, published today by the Coalition for Change, marks a major step forward in valuing, respecting, and supporting freelance colleagues who are the lifeblood of the film and TV industry.
Reflecting and celebrating cinema… Cinema through the decades as told by our Volunteer, Arthur Frost.
In Conversation: We speak to Industry Professionals about bullying in film and TV
After more than 30 years, the LWT (London Weekend Television) Charitable Trust is winding down and has announced that it is donating £116,000 to The Film and TV Charity.
With longer, warmer days and nights, there’s even more time to do something for a good cause, so why not help us create a summer crammed full of fantastic events and activities and raise money some cash for The Film and TV Charity while you’re at it?
Barnes Film Festival in London will open with a fundraising screening of Ben Sharrock’s BAFTA-nominated comedy-drama ‘Limbo’
Announced: The Charity's New Anti-Racism Statement