BAFTA Lecture Podcasts: Lenny Henry & Paul Greengrass

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It’s been a busy week at BAFTA as they hosted both their Television and Film Lectures.

First up Lenny Henry joined them for the BAFTA Television Lecture in which he discussed the need for increased diversity in the industry. He highlighted the decrease in the number of people from BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) communities working in the UK industry and laid out his proposals for change.

You can either listen to or watch Lenny’s lecture in full, right now here on BAFTA Guru.



The very next night Paul Greengrass joined them for the prestigious BAFTA David Lean Lecture. He too expressed his concerns about the future of the film and television industries in the UK. He called for increased support and opportunities for young UK directors and for money to be invested in stronger unions. He also talked about his own career; his inspirations and style and considered what it is all directors have in common.

Listen to Paul’s full lecture here on BAFTA Guru.


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