The Televisual Autumn 2023 issue is out now.
Inside you’ll find our landmark 2023 Production 100 survey; our genre report on factual TV, a special report into media management; behind the scenes views of Silverback’s Netflix landmark Life On Our Planet, Moonage Pictures’ time-jumping drama, Bodies and Firebird Pictures’ thriller, Wilderness; a look at efforts towards sustainability in the studios and OB sector plus all the best recent work in post and vfx.
THE PRODUCTION 100
Pippa Considine introduces Televisual’s Production 100 survey of the indie television sector and finds an industry experiencing trying times
SUPERINDIES – profiling the key superindie and studio groups
TRUE INDIES – a look at the producers who really live up to the word independent
THE PEER POLL – production companies reveal the rival indie outfits they rate
DISTRIBUTORS – the distribution companies that indies like to deal with
BROADCASTERS – Indies on the best PSB and SVOD customers to work for
THE P100 TOP 100 – Televisual’s annual showcase of the UK’s top 100 production companies. From A Productions to Zinc, who’s number one this year?
GENRE REPORT: FACTUAL TV
The commissioning freeze has sent a chill down factual producers’ spines. Pippa Considine reports on the shows leading the thaw
LIFE ON OUR PLANET
Silverback, Amblin Television and ILM teamed up to tackle possibly the most ambitious subject there is – the history of life on Earth.
A special report and a roundtable discussion on the present, and the future, of media management – and where all that data should live
After the first year of Bafta albert’s new studio sustainability standard, Pippa Considine sees how studios and OB facilities are raising their game, for themselves and for producers
For time travelling Netflix drama, Bodies, Moonage Pictures found itself producing four shows in one
How Firebird’s Amazon Studios thriller, Wilderness, battled the elements on a non-stop run
IN POST & STORYBOARD
Recent work from The Look, Company 3, Black Kite, ETC and more
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