Netflix has now donated a total of £1.75m ($2.2m) to the Film and TV Charity's Covid-19 Response since the start of the pandemic.
Grants scheme established to protect the diverse talent pipeline with donations from Amazon Prime Video, BAFTA, BBC, BBC Studios, Sony Pictures Entertainment and ViacomCBS
Ten suggestions for talking about suicide, by Lucy Tallon - Head of mental health and wellbeing
Our CEO Alex Pumfrey celebrates the Coalition For Change announced at the 2020 Edinburgh TV Festival
Donations from the fund will be made to COVID-19 relief funds in countries across Europe to support the creative community as TV and film production begins to restart across the continent.
Read about the awardees in the first round of our John Brabourne Awards in 2020
Our TV and film industry is brilliant but deeply flawed. We share five new commitments the Film and TV Charity is making to our community - representing the beginning and not the end of our increased efforts.
The Covid-19 crisis is having a devastating impact on the film, TV and cinema industry. We’ve submitted evidence to the DCMS Select Committee’s inquiry into this impact.