PGGB reveals shortlist for Duke of Edinburgh Film & TV Inclusion Award
The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) has announced the shortlist for its second annual Duke of Edinburgh Film & TV Inclusion Award, aimed at fostering and improving talent inclusion in the UK’s screen-sector workforce.
The nominees are: Access All Areas, Access: VFX, Georgette Turner, Million Youth Media, Resource Productions and Screen Alliance Wales.
The jury comprises PGGB members, partners and PGGB’s Diversity & Inclusion Action Group. The winner will be announced, and the award presented on 8 February 2024 at the second PGGB Talent Showcase at London’s Savoy Hotel. The award is presented in association with The Walt Disney Studios and is supported by Entertainment Partners.
PGGB CEO Lyndsay Duthie said: “The six nominees have all demonstrated that their work has contributed to a more open, inclusive and welcoming environment to seek out and nurture new talent in our industry. The education, insight and support they are providing is invaluable.”
Photo: Presentation of the 2023 Film & TV Inclusion Award by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh to Leo Anna Thomas (left) and Matt Longley (centre) of 6ft From The Spotlight.
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