- 21 Mar 2014
- 0.75 CPD points
- Please arrive for 12:30, lunch will be served at 12:55 and will conclude no later than 14:30. There will be a networking opportunity before and after lunch.
- Live Event
35 Vine Street
Following the success of past events, on Friday 21 March 2014 we are hosting an exclusive lunch for our clients and contacts with an interest in film, media and TV.
Lunch will be served and over coffee, our speaker Fiona Clarke-Hackston, Chief Executive Officer of the British Screen Advisory Council, will share her thoughts on the key issues and initiatives that she sees affecting the audiovisual industries in the coming year.
About the Speaker
Fiona began her career in the wine trade. She then worked for an international shipping and construction business before moving into educational publishing. In the1980s she managed human resources for the Middle East and East Africa regions of Ernst & Young.
Fiona later lived in Borneo and Singapore. On her return to London she worked for the British Council. She became involved with the British Screen Advisory Council, initially on a freelance basis before being appointed Director. She became Chief Executive in 2010.
In 2013/14 Fiona has served on a range of groups including:
The Bathwater Club
Association of TV on Demand (ATVOD) Industry Forum
Television Against Piracy (TAP) Group
National Advisory Board (British Film Commission)
Copyright Licensing Steering Group (CLSG)
Copyright Hub Partners Board
UKIE Next Gen Working Group
EU Green Paper on connected TV (BSAC)
Tax Credits for Television, Animation & Computer Games (BSAC)
Data Management sub-group of the Future of Innovation in Television Technology Taskforce
Fiona has a BA in History and Classical Archaeology and an MA in Classical Archaeology.
The British Screen Advisory Council (BSAC) is a unique independent forum. It brings together the widest range of UK interests, knowledge and contacts in the audiovisual industries to provide an independent platform for the regular exchange of ideas and information. BSAC serves as a place where senior executives can discuss the changes which they are seeking to navigate in their business lives. This provides an invaluable underpinning to BSAC's policy advice to government, policy makers and the audiovisual industries themselves.