BSAC

British Screen Advisory Council

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The main aim of the Council is to enhance the prosperity, effectiveness and reputation of the UK audiovisual industries.

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BSAC brings together the widest range of UK interests, knowledge and contacts in the industry to provide an independent platform for the regular exchange of ideas and information.

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The British Screen Advisory Council (BSAC) is an independent industry-funded body.

BSAC is a unique forum for identifying new business trends and provide thought leadership to government, policy makers and the audiovisual industries.

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The British Screen Advisory Council (BSAC) is an independent industry-funded body.

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News

BSAC Film, TV & Games Conference 2015 - Lineup announced

20 April 2015

The lineup for our annual Film, TV and Games Conference has been announced.

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BSAC quoted in Cole Commission's review into Government support for exports

16 April 2015

BSAC welcomes the publication of the Cole Commission’s Interim Report on British Exports which has been prepared for the Labour Party. BSAC’s evidence, approved by Members, is quoted alongside other evidence from the sector.
A copy of the Cole Commission’s interim report can be downloaded through the following link, or from the Cole Commission’s webite:  www.thecolecommission.org
A copy of BSAC’s submission can be downloaded through the following link.

Gavin Poolman, Managing Director, Apollo Media

8 April 2015

BSAC is delighted to announce that Gavin Poolman, Managing Director, Apollo Media, has been welcomed into Membership.

Keith Porritt, Executive Director of Commercial, UKTV

2 April 2015

BSAC is delighted to announce that Keith Porritt, Executive Director of Commercial, UKTV, has been welcomed into Membership.

BSAC Honorary President Michael Deeley interviewed by Matthew Field

24 March 2015

BSAC Honorary President Michael Deeley, who won an Oscar for The Deerhunter and who produced some of the most popular British films ever made, including The Italian Job and Blade Runner, was interviewed by Matthew Field at a packed event run by Film Means Business.

Pictured: Michael Deeley (left) and Matthew Field (right) pictured with (back row, right to left) Fiona Clarke-Hackston (Chief Executive, BSAC) and George Kestner (Administration and Reports Manager, BSAC) at the book signing.