The West Midlands Screen Bureau brought together a cross-section of the region’s creative screen sector for a Design Lab, aimed at finding pathways to a strong and united Creative Screen Sector.
The Design Lab identified a series of challenges that will need to be addressed if there are any aspirations to create a diverse, sustainable and competitive Creative Screen Sector.
Delegates to the WMSB Design Lab look at next steps to a sustainable, diverse and competitive screen sector
Steven Knight’s Mercian Studio is at the heart of a bold plan to develop the area around the National Exhibition Centre
The West Midlands Screen Bureau is holding an event on November 22 that will bring together professionals and organisations across the Creative Screen Sector for a ‘Design Lab’.
Birmingham is one of just three contenders now fighting to become the host of the Channel 4 headquarters. A brilliant initial pitch helped make the case for the region against still competition.
The Birmingham International Film Festival is moving to the city’s Millennium Point as it scales up activities and profile
Bureau daily kicks off: The West Midlands Bureau today launches a briefing that will track the latest news, events and happenings in the region's vibrant Creative Screen Sector.
This year’s Birmingham Film & TV Marketplace was an energetic demonstration of a growing business with a renewed sense of confidence.
New Producers’ Forum CEO, Alison Grade, has ambitious plans to help build a regional production sector able to compete in a changing world.