Scattered Pictures is now in production on another half hour, radio documentary for BBC World Service.
Kim had a fun time judging A Sketch For Sammy with legendary North East actor, Tim Healy and writer, Elliott Kerrigan (Boy Meets Girl). Huge congratulations to the winner of this year’s Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais Comedy Award – Ian McCormick !
Following a successful inaugural edition in 2017, Busting the Bias returns with industry experts and practitioners exploring the power of portrayal, and the interventions and support creating opportunities for disabled filmmakers and audiences. Moderated by Kim Tserkezie, Actor, Writer Producer, MD of Scattered Pictures, there will also be a key-note from Andrew Miller, the UK […]
Kim will be introducing TV Producer, Simon Lupton (THE TRIP, MARLEY’S GHOSTS, ZAPPED, RED DWARF, PORTERS) and screenwriter, Dan Sefton (TRUST ME, DELICIOUS, GOOD KARMA HOSPITAL, PORTERS) and their brilliant ‘Pitching a Pilot’ Masterclass on Monday 15 October, 18:30, National Glass Centre, Sunderland. THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT!
Last week saw Kim go back to her presenting roots as recording began in Edinburgh and Sowerby Bridge. Kim was joined by Andy Jones from Radio Film who is producing our half hour documentary. They met some fantastic people with some amazing stories which we look forward to sharing with you soon.
In an exciting start to 2018, Scattered Pictures is very pleased to announce that we have been awarded our first BBC radio documentary commission. We will be working alongside experienced, local documentary maker, Andy Jones of Radio Film, to produce a half hour programme for the BBC World Service. The programme – hopefully the first […]
Kim (above with fellow JBA awardee, writer and director, Kat Wood) had a great evening re-celebrating her John Brabourne Award and meeting this year’s awardees at the JBA 10th Anniversary Party. Kim’s JBA has been integral to supporting the development of a number of Scattered Pictures’ projects.
“If you want authentic portrayal you need to involve disabled people in the whole process.” As part of the 2017 BFI Children’s Television Seminar, Kim took part in a one-to-one discussion with Anna Mansi, Head of Certification, BFI (Chair). The discussion centred around diversity in children’s television programming, with Kim highlighting the need for this […]
‘Busting the Bias: Everyday Inclusion of Disabled People On and Behind the Screen’ part of the 2017 London Film Festival will be chaired by our very own Kim Tserkezie. The event, to be held at the BFI Southbank on Friday 13 October, aims to “shine a light on the under-representation of disabled people” in the […]