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

Rebecca Winch, Head of Production, The Project Factory

27 July 2015

BSAC is delighted to announce that Rebecca Winch, Head of Production, The Project Factory, has been welcomed into Membership.

July 2015 Council Meeting

1 July 2015

The July Council Meeting included:

- an update on BSAC’s work on the European Digital Single Market and the Commission’s plans for opening up the Copyright framework

- Revenge of the Consumer...and Beyond, predictions from Ajay Chowdhury (Partner & Managing Director, BCG Digital Ventures and Deputy Chairman, BSAC)

- On Demand In Demand: Monetizing Content in a Post-Scarcity World, a briefing from Mark Mulligan (Co-Founder & Analyst, MIDiA Research)

- Disney: Branded Approach to Theatrical content Creation, Marketing and Distribution, with Tony Chambers (Head of Studio Sales and Distribution, EMEA & UK, The Walt Disney Company).

Nick Lowe, Senior Legal Counsel, DreamWorks Animation

11 June 2015

BSAC is delighted to announce that Nick Lowe, Senior Legal Counsel, DreamWorks Animation, has been welcomed into Associate Membership.

Film, TV & Games Conference Report 2015

5 June 2015

The BSAC Film TV & Games Conference 2015, sponsored by Time Warner, took place on Tuesday, 28 April 2015.

A full report of the Conference, summarising discussions over the day, can be downloaded here.

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May 2015 Council Meeting

13 May 2015

The May Council Meeting included:

- an update on BSAC’s work on the European Digital Single Market and the Commission’s plans for opening up the Copyright framework

- Mofilm, a briefing from David Alberts (Chief Creative Officer, Mofilm)

- Digital Storytelling: Extending the Storyworld, a presentation from Rebecca Winch (Head of Production, The Project Factory)

- Freeview Play: The natural next step in TV, featuring Ilse Howling (Managing Director, Connected TV, Digital UK).