Tag Archives: Skills shortages

Skills shortages in film & TV – update

There’s a useful roundup in the i-Paper showing the scale of the studio expansion and growing physical production capacity that the UK has, in contrast to the roster of available skills which will leave an estimated “40,000 workers needed to … Continue reading

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CoViD costs hit productions

Broadcast is reporting [£] that CoViD protocols are hitting production costs – and that production costs themselves are also rising. It’s a claim that probably needs some further examination, but it is said that… “the average CoViD-related costs on a … Continue reading

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More on skills shortages in film & TV

This from Broadcast Mag [£]: “Demand for talent and the skills shortage issue is nearing breaking point, with small indies being priced out of the market and execs being poached midway through jobs. Broadcast has spoken to numerous indie sector … Continue reading

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Screenskills High End TV workforce research 2020

“The overall picture of skills-related issues is clear in 2020/21 in that the key challenges remain a physical lack of UK crew available for work, that crew are being promoted too quickly, crew are leaving productions before they are completed … Continue reading

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