Wildscreen Launch Industry Insight Survey

We are excited to announce that Wildscreen has launched its first two surveys in the Wildscreen Industry Insight (WII) series; Wildscreen Industry Insight: UK Companies and Wildscreen Industry Insight: UK Freelancers.

These surveys will, for the first time ever, create a comprehensive report on the UK Natural History Film and TV industry and Freelance community, as well as provide an insight into industry diversity and inclusion.

The final report will map the UK Natural History Film & TV industry; establishing its size, economic value and workforce.⁠ This will become a benchmark overview of the Natural History Film and TV workforce in the UK, including Freelancers, Emerging talent and collaboration with In-Country talent.⁠ ⁠

Ultimately, a baseline for workforce diversity will also be formed, with specific focus into the Freelancer community, asking how we can support Freelancers, and what improvements are needed in regards to industry inclusion.

We are calling for all Production Companies and Freelancers who power the UK sector, to add their voices to the study.

Our survey closes on the 17th May 2022; take part at Industry Insights.

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