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October 2014
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In the magazine
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  • The Facilities 50 report
    David Wood introduces Televisual's exclusive Facilities 50 survey, the 27th annual survey of the post sector -The producer poll: which post houses are rated highest by their customers? -What are indies now doing inhouse? -The peer poll: who are the fa
  • The art of the live director
    Live event directors need a creative eye, strong leadership skills and nerves of steel. Jon Creamer asks some of the best in the business what it takes to lead a live gallery
  • A festival of film
    BFI London Film Festival director Clare Stewart tells Tim Dams about new British talent in the line up, while the programme advisors pick the cream of the crop
  • Mapping the movies
    Locations around the country are benefiting from the high levels of film production in the UK. Tim Dams reports
  • In interview
    The Natural History Unit's Mike Gunton tells Jon Creamer how his new series, Life Story, lets viewers get a more personal view
  • Documentary outlook
    Celebrated doc maker Ken Burns on how long form, complex films still work
From the magazine
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  • Genre report: specialist factual gets real
    Specialist factual has embraced live events and reality TV to massively broaden its audience. But is it losing touch with its rigorous science and history roots? Pippa Considine reports
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