Keeping families in film

The actor, Charlotte Riley (Aida Shelby, for Peaky Blinders fans) is the public face of a new “#KEEPINGFAMILIESINFILM” campaign.

From the FT [£]….

“Last September, the doors opened at The WonderWorks, a nursery Riley set up with her business partner, Mark Radcliffe, whose wife also works in the industry. Warner Bros Studios provided space at Leavesden — where the Harry Potter series was filmed — and many of the toys and furniture are donations from Warner Bros films. (There is already an on-site childcare facility at its Hollywood studio).”

The ambition is for every production to include childcare in its budget by 2024.

Raising Films have done extensive research on this issue which can be seen here.

Raising Films Survey results

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