Amanda Nevill was CEO of the British Film Institute for 17 years, stepping down earlier this year, and in 2015 was awarded the CBE for services to the film industry.
In this podcast, she talks to us about the changing face of the film industry, preserving a creative culture in the UK, diversity in the sector, and the influence of the rise of SVOD platforms. Amanda also looks forward to the return of screen production after the pandemic, how new business models will work for the cinemas, and government measures to protect the the recovery of the UK’s film and TV industries.
Among other things, Amanda now acts as an adviser to Olsberg SPI, a strategy consultancy for the creative industries. For their fascinating report on the impact the TV and film production industry might have on global economic economic recovery, which we discuss in the podcast, please click here.
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