Our Insights module allows production companies to unlock the actionable insights in their data to proactively grow, manage and protect their company. Our first suite of reports are live, in the areas our production company partners told us they had real need: rates overview, estimated cost to complete, Nations and Regions, contract and right to work (RTW) compliance, starters and leavers and tax and IR35 compliance reporting.
On the January 1st 2020 new PACT/Equity rates will come into affect for productions working outside the PACT/FAA zone.
Oak Aitken, Assistant Accountant used POP’s Production Portal to manage payroll digitally for increased speed, accuracy and auditability on Roadkill, The Forge Entertainment’s four-part fictional thriller written by David Hare for BBC1.
I’ve noticed within Film & TV that some fear technology, assuming that tech replaces human interaction. In my work with some of the UK’s best production companies I’ve found the opposite; that tech facilitates more meaningful human interaction.
Currently the United Kingdom will be leaving the European Union on 31 October 2019 without a deal. Government and regulatory bodies are clear in their warning; prepare your business now for a no-deal Brexit.
Michael Latif, Head of Finance at UK Production Company Two Brothers Pictures was new to the industry when he joined Two Brothers, which is quite rare in such a closely connected industry. When POP spoke to him he offered us the chance to see our industry through fresh eyes.
Creative Spotlight Series #6 — Richard Johnston, CEO, Endemol Shine UK talks freelance workforce, regulation and skills development.
Here’s where we shine the spotlight on the brilliant people behind-the-scenes who bring stories to life day in and day out.
Christine Mulryne joins POP to drive the future of production after a decade at the BBC, and total funding hits £4M/$4.95M for the venture backed technology startup.
The PACT/FAA rates for Supporting Artists were updated on 1 March 2019.
There are new changes to the law which will affect all companies employing extras across film and TV.