Televisual has published its 140-page Autumn issue of Televisual Magazine.

Inside you’ll find:



Covid-19 has caused the most profound business disruption to producers since the birth of the indie sector. Tim Dams reports on the findings of 2020’s Production 100


The Factual TV Genre Report

Budgets are tight at the PSBs but returning, and the streamers are taking more interest in factual. Feel-good large-scale shows are the order of the day from all. Pippa Considine reports from the Edinburgh TV Fest and the wider industry


Set For Action

Scripted production has always been a logistical nightmare, and COVID restrictions have added whole new layers of complication. We find out how just some of the shows back on set are doing it. Jon Creamer reports


Fake It Till You Make It

VFX is stepping in to help production in all manner of ways as it grapples with shooting retrictions, but it’s the promise of virtual production that is really fuelling imaginations. Jon Creamer reports


Partly Cloudy

In theory, the cloud could offer a pop-up studio, accessible anytime, anyplace across the world but cost and data management remain roadblocks. Adrian Pennington reports


Domestic Bliss

Whatever your workflow requirements, if you cannot be in the same room with your collaborators, you need network connectivity for success. Adrian Pennington reports


Perfectly Formed

For Netflix’s ‘animal drama’ Tiny Creatures, Filmmaker Jonathan Jones had to evolve an innovative and intricate layering technique.


Recently Posted in the UK

A showcase of the best recent UK work in post, vfx, graphics and animation.

Jon Creamer

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