ACF is a leading international Investment Bank, specialised in selling, buying, fundraising, and pre and post deal services for businesses in intellectual property, content creation and international distribution.
With offices in London and Los Angeles, the team has advised on close to 100 transactions in the media and entertainment sector with a combined transaction value of over $5 billion.
For more information, please visit: www.acfib.com
The Film and TV Charity has launched The Whole Picture Toolkit: For Mentally Healthy Productions as part of the next phase of its 12-month behaviour change campaign to redefine working culture in the film and TV industry. A free to use website, The Whole Picture Toolkit is a practical yet powerful resource that gives anyone working in production – from large scale productions to those on a shoestring – the tools they need to improve working environments and the industry’s wider approach to mental health.
The launch of the Toolkit comes after the charity unveiled its Let’s Reset behaviour change campaign in October 2021, calling on leaders from across the industry to commit to the action needed to improve wellbeing and to destigmatise the conversation about mental health. The Whole Picture Toolkit is the key to how the industry can action changes and the charity has set the ambition of engaging with 100+ productions who will use and help refine the resource by the end of 2022.
Anthea Represents is a young, vibrant and exciting voiceover agency representing leading screen actors and comedians exclusively for their voice work.
Having been at the top the game for nearly 20 years and previously a company director for one of the largest VO agencies in the business, Anthea has collected impressive array of narrating talent; David Morrissey (Walking Dead), Robert Webb (Back, Peep Show), Sharon Duncan-Brewster (Dune), Richard Harrington (Hinterland), Sọpẹ́ Dìrísù (Gangs of London), Stephen Campbell Moore (War of the Worlds), Anjli Mohindra (Vigil), Eva Pope (Waterloo Road), Zoe Tapper (Rules of the Game), Miranda Raison (The Sister Boniface Mysteries), Imogen Stubbs (Sense and Sensibility), T’Nia Miller (The Haunting of Bly Manor), Alistair Petrie (Sex Education) and many more of equal calibre.
The agency is built on a transparent and helpful ethos and celebrates its first birthday this week by sponsoring the Broadcast Indie Summit.
POP’s tech powers the leading UK production companies and UK and US casting agencies. The Production Portal – the workforce platform for smarter production in the UK – is used by over 30 companies, including Sky Studios, BBC Studios, Studio Lambert and Bad Wolf. POP’s Casting Portal powers 70% of UK HETV and feature films as well as Central Casting, the leading background actor company in the US.
In 2020 POP was acquired by Entertainment Partners, the global leader in entertainment payroll, workforce management and other integrated production management solutions.
For more information, please visit www.wegotpop.com
Sponsoring the Broadcast Indie Summit will provide a unique opportunity to meet and network with producers of all sizes.
We have a number of sponsorship opportunities available, for more information about sponsoring and being a part of the event please contact Talia Levine, Talia.Levine@broadcastnow.co.uk