Bullying is no joke in film and TV. It’s important to remember that you’re not alone. Nearly 9 in 10 workers told us they’ve experienced or watched bullying or harassment happen. Together, we can improve mental health for everyone behind the scenes.
Thanks to the support from the industry, we’ve built services to empower those working behind-the-scenes.
Bullying Advice Service
Anyone can be the target of bullying. If you feel uncomfortable, it counts. Bullying could be deeply personal criticism, abusive behaviour or specific discrimination or harassment, such as racism, homophobia, sexism or ableism. Whether it looks like this or something else, the most important thing is that what happened made you feel uncomfortable.
Our Bullying Pathway Advisor is a first-of-its-kind support for people who work in our industry, available for free through the Film and TV Support Line. Book an appointment through our Support Line to talk through your thoughts and experiences and receive specialist guidance to help you decide what to do next.
If you don’t feel like talking, use our Anti-Bullying Resources Directory to look at what other kinds of guidance and support are available in the industry.
Welcome to the Film and Television Charity. Calls are recorded for the purposes of quality and staff training. This is a confidential service, however, there are some exceptions to this and these are where there may be a risk to your own health and safety, that of others or if you have been involved in a crime. An advisor will be with you shortly, Thank You.
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