The Camera Branch supports the equal rights and opportunities of all of its members, and indeed all members of the Camera Department, regardless of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, religion, disability, region, class, caring responsibilities, and/or socio-economic status.
To refocus the efforts of the Camera Branch on issues related to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, a meeting was held on May 5th, 2020, open to everyone.
A summary of the meeting can be found here.
The presentation given during the meeting can be found here.
For any questions, comments or concerns related to the Camera Branch’s position and our activities regarding Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, please email:
For any member concerns in the workplace regarding Equality issues, please contact BECTU directly on 020 7346 0900 during office hours. Please note: you can request to speak with a female BECTU official.
BECTU Equality Committees and Networks:
BECTU Women’s group on Facebook
The British Blacklist – an online platform which celebrates African & Carribean creative professionals on the Screen and Stage, in Sound and Literature – both up front and behind the scenes
Digital Orchard Foundation
Film&TV Charity – Live online chat and 24h confidential support line: 08000540000
illluminatrix– a collective of professional women cinematographers in the UK
Primetime – a global network for women working in Film and TV
Women behind the Camera – a showcase of women working behind the camera in the UK
Raising Films – aims to challenge, at a structural level, the demands the film and television industry makes of all of us – to support parents and carers in the film industry.
ScreenSkills – ScreenSkills is the industry-led skills body for the screen industries.
The TV Collective – an online resource dedicated to promoting the creative and commercial value diversity adds to the British TV and film industries.