SIGN has produce a number of videos in conjunction with local, national and international organisations. Our series, Coming Up Next, can be found below, along with our lockdown launch video and other video content.
SIGN's lockdown launch video
SIGN lockdown launch
Watch our launch video, filmed entirely in lockdown.
Coming Up Next
LA-based showrunner, Simon Mirren, discusses the importance of transferring storytelling power to a diverse next generation of creatives, and considers how production will change post-pandemic.
Emmy-nominated, Bafta-winning director and writer, Kari Skogland, shares her thoughts on a positive future for the industry and the lessons learned in lockdown.
India’s Applause Entertainment CEO, Sameer Nair, considers the future of global collaboration post-pandemic.
Fremantle’s CEO of International, Jens Richter, believes “nothing will be the same again” after Covid, as the lessons learned during the pandemic will lead to a new way of working.
Jeremy Gold, co-president of US-based Blumhouse Television, shares his thoughts on what type of storytelling will be demanded by audiences post-pandemic.
Ade Rawcliffe and Miranda Wayland
The BBC and ITV have made significant efforts to put diversity and inclusion at the top of their agendas. We hear from those charged with affecting this change, Ade Rawcliffe, Group Director of Diversity and Inclusion at ITV, and Miranda Wayland, Head of Creative Diversity at the BBC.
Rob Wade, President of Alternative and Specials at Fox Entertainment, discusses how he aims to bring big franchises like The Masked Singer back to screens.
Dana Goldberg, Chief Content Officer of Skydance Media, discusses the long term impact of Covid on theatrical release and how the nature of storytelling is changing.
Award-winning writer/producer, Frank Spotnitz, best known for his work on The X-Files, shares his experiences of producing during the pandemic and considers what the future holds for the drama business.
John Giwa-Amu, founder of Good Gate Media and Red & Black Films, believes the most successful shows in the future will be ones that lean into a much warmer, happier world.
Belinda Campbell, joint Managing Director at Red Planet Pictures, considers the long-term future of traditional broadcasters in the face of increased competition from streamers.
Jane Featherstone, Founder of Sister Pictures, considers the challenges ahead for the screen industries.