On the face of it, there is no industry in the world that has been more embracing of technology. 3D, CGI, digital distribution, IMAX, it would seem from at least the audience’s point of view that the Film and TV industry is a tech savvy place. This was certainly my expectation when I joined POP earlier this year as Head of Product.
Below is an overview of the various UK union and organisational rates for Supporting Artists.
I know this is unconventional for a Monday morning. But bear with me.
In amongst all the talk (and millions of emails) about GDPR and data security, there’s a really important and positive change at the core; to give all of us more control over data about us that’s stored and used by businesses.
We know that as a Supporting Artist, managing your diary can be one of the most challenging parts of the job especially when things move so quickly and change at the last minute. To make it as easy as possible to manage your bookings we’re trialling and releasing some tech updates over the coming weeks.
Two very exciting pieces of news here at POP HQ to kick off 2018 💪
We understand that things change, questions come up, issues occur and you need to get in touch with the agents and agencies you work with.
2017 has been an exciting year for film. Box office records have been smashed (‘It’ became the highest grossing horror movie of all time), the Oscars were won by
La La Land Moonlight, and Disney bought… well, what didn’t Disney buy?
With 2017 coming to a festive close, the POP team have been thinking about the films they enjoyed the most over the last 12 months.
In the ever evolving world of film, it is important for our casting platform to reflect the way artists, agents, and production companies are currently working. We have taken on board feedback from all of the different types of users working through POP and how some of their requirements have changed.
The Halloween period is with us again. The time of year pumpkin sales skyrocket, spooky themed nights are on tv, and horror themed blog posts are rampant.