The Winter Issue

The Facilities 50

The post lockdown production surge and the general uptick in commissioning from streamers has led to a very busy, but very fraught, time in post. Jon Creamer introduces Televisual’s 34th annual survey of the UK post sector – including the Producer Poll, the Peer Poll, Tech Trends and the full Facilities 50 list

The Genre Report: Drama

TV drama production is well and truly booming but the challenge is sourcing the talent to make it. Tim Dams reports

Skills:  Mind the Gap

Production is flourishing in the UK, but the elephant in the room is the looming skills shortage. Pippa Considine reports on efforts to bridge the training gap

Into the Virtual Future

Virtual production is changing the way that high-end TV and films are made, but how will it evolve? Michael Burns reports

Live event TV

The live TV sports and events production sector has had as rough a couple of years as anyone in the television business but, as we climb slowly out of Covid, the onward march of new technology continues unabated. Andy Stout reports

The Art of the Virtual Shoot

Michael Burns asks cinematographers and production designers who’ve been in the thick of virtual production for their tips on making it work

Post Evolution

The boundaries are blurring, so is the concept of ‘post’ production dead?

The Flying Squad

Thanks to advances in camera technology, the possibilities of aerial filming are greater than ever before. Andy Stout reports on some of the year’s standout aerial projects

 

Behind the Scenes: Robin Robin

Aardman’s stop frame special aiming to be a Christmas classic

 

Behind the Scenes: Around the World in 80 Days

Slim Film + TV’s epic adaptation of the Jules Verne classic

Behind the Scenes: Stay Close

Stay Close is the latest Harlan Coben adaptation for Netflix

 

In Post and Storyboard

Recent work from MPC Film, No.8, nineteentwenty and more

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