On Thursday 20 August at 11AM (London), we’ll be bringing you the latest in our BFI NETWORK Live webinar series. Join us for a conversation with award recipients from the Young Audiences Content Fund, Kim Tserkezie and Emma-Rosa Dias. They will be discussing their careers and giving out crucial advice, utilising their experience of successfully applying to the Young Audiences Content […]
BFI’s Disability Screen Advisory Group is made up of a diverse range of D/deaf and disabled film and television professionals. The Press Reset campaign was the result of a conversation that occurred at one of the group’s meetings when talk naturally turned to the effects of the Covid-19 crisis. It was noted that many of […]
COULD your child be the next big TV star? A new children’s comedy TV series set in the North-East is on the hunt for a young disabled actor to play the lead role. Ella and Sir Whoopsalot is a project from North-East-based actress, writer and producer Kim Tserkezie, known for her role as Penny Pocket in Balamory, […]
“This will be a great opportunity for a young disabled girl who has perhaps not even had the chance to act before.”Kim Tserkezie Ella and Sir Whoopsalot is a new project from Tyneside-based actress, presenter, writer and producer Kim Tserkezie, whose media production company Scattered Pictures promotes inclusion – showcasing emerging and diverse talent from the […]
Scattered Pictures is delighted to have received a 3 part radio documentary series commission for The Compass – BBC World Service. Super talented actor, rapper, singer, writer, Kema Sikazwe will present the series, due to air in Autumn 2020.
Former CBeebies Controller, KAY BENBOW, has joined our ELLA & SIR WHOOPSALOT team! Kay will bring her expertise, with over 25 years of experience in Children’s Broadcasting to our children’s TV series now in development with support from BFI Young Audiences Content Fund. ELLA & SIR WHOOPSALOT, created by Newcastle writer, Bridget Deane, is a […]
Kim was announced as one of the most influential disabled people in the UK at a reception at the House of Lords on Tuesday 8 October. The Shaw Trust Power List 100 is an annual publication of the 100 most influential disabled people in the UK and is the only one of its kind. Kim […]