TriForce Creative Network was built on a strong ethos of inclusion and access, opening doors to the industry to people from all walks of life and providing a trusted and viable avenue for the industry to discover diverse talent. We provide opportunities for actors, writers, directors, producers and crew through our renowned programmes such as MonologueSlam UK, WriterSlam, TriForce Short Film Festival, The TCN Writers Incubator and our production company TriForce Productions.
For more info please go to http://thetcn.com/
The DPP is the media industry’s fastest growing business change network. Originally founded by UK Broadcasters the BBC, ITV and Channel 4, it is now a not for profit company with an international membership base drawn from the whole media supply chain – broadcasters and distributors to manufacturers and service providers, production to post production. The DPP harnesses the collective intelligence of that membership to generate insight, enable change and create market opportunity. For more information, or to enquire about membership visit www.digitalproductionpartnership.co.uk.
The London Television Centre
Pact is the trade association representing the commercial interests of UK independent television, film, digital, children’s and animation media companies.
Pact helps to shape the best possible regulatory and legislative environment for the independent production sector to grow domestically and internationally – the association has a strong record of success in campaigning for producers’ rights.
Pact was highly influential in shaping the current production business environment and the Communications Act 2003, giving independent UK producers their intellectual property rights. The sector has grown from a cottage industry to a world-beating multi-billion pound business.
Pact is socially responsible and seeks to influence the wider industry to commit to diversity on and off the screen. Pact works closely with broadcasters and producers’ groups to create training opportunities and promote fair access for all.
3rd Floor Fitzrovia House
153-157 Cleveland St
+44 (0)20 7380 8230
Shooting People is a vibrant community of independent filmmakers – we connect and we collaborate to make feature films, shorts, documentaries, web series, and more.
We exist because we believe that the best way to get independent films made and out into the world is to learn from others doing it themselves.
PO Box 51350
Women in Film & TV (UK) is the leading membership organisation for women working in creative media in the UK and part of an international network of over 13,000 women. Members of our organisation come from a broad range of professions spanning the entire creative-media industry.
We host a variety of events throughout the year, present a prestigious awards ceremony every December and run a mid-career mentoring programme for women. We also host networking evenings, collaborate with industry bodies on research projects and lobby for women’s interests.
UK Screen is the trade association representing companies providing production facilities and specialist services to the film and television industries. We are an independent, industry-funded body with membership comprising companies involved in post-production, visual effects, physical special effects, audio, cameras, lighting, freelance talent, data management, connectivity and studios.
UK Screen provides a collective voice for the sector and engages in a wide range of activities, including consultations on tax reliefs, visas and production quotas; work on industry skills development and funding; input into new technical standards and promotion of our members to both UK and overseas clients.
The Production Guild is the UK’s leading membership organisation for film and TV production professionals. Our 900 members work in accounts, production, assistant directing, location management, post production and VFX. Our members work across TV drama and all types of feature film.
We ensure our members stay at the centre of film and TV drama production by offering strong support in their work and influencing policy and best practice in the UK. We encourage professionalism by providing information, advice, events and training to our members on all current legal, financial, fiscal, and commercial developments within the UK production environment.
The International Moving Image Society (IMIS) aims to inspire, train, educate and connect all members of the media industry, whether at entry level or professional, around the world. We provide a series of lectures, training, and networking events for everyone to attend as well as offering affordable membership rates. As a government-approved body, we accredit both short courses and higher education degree courses that focus on any aspect of moving images.
The scope of our mission includes but is not limited to feature films, television, commercials, music videos, short films, animation, gaming, and future emerging formats.
The GTC was formed in 1972 and now has over 1,340 members worldwide.
We are a non-profit making organisation run by a Council of television professionals and are financed partly by members’ subscriptions and by sponsorship from a number of equipment manufacturers and suppliers. As a result, the GTC offers a channel for manufacturers to consult with working camera crew when designing new equipment.
Our aim is to preserve the professional status of television camera people and to establish, uphold and advance standards and expertise within our profession.
The GBCT is not a union but a not-for-profit professional organisation of knowledgeable, qualified and craft trained camera technicians dedicated to upholding quality and standards through their work in the film, television and related media industries. We care about cinematography and are committed to maintaining its quality. What better way to say this than through our motto:
The Care, Commitment and Quality of Cinematography – Through Progress and Innovation
For many years now, the GBCT Crew Directory has been one of the ‘must have’ reference books for production personnel in the office and on location. It is something that is regularly used by on-set camera crews searching for extra technicians to work as Guild Members can always be relied on to deliver what is required – because they know what they are doing.
We are launching our CREW DIRECTORY 2017 at the Media Production Show – so why not drop by our stand and collect your free copy.