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IN THE MIX
In our continuous effort to support the creative community across the UK today we have launched 'IN THE MIX 2022'.
IN THE MIX 2022 is an exciting new programme between Black Creators Matter and BBC Studios TalentWorks, in partnership with the Barbican. It is designed to create an exceptional, inclusive and inspiring development experience for black content creators.
The programme will provide insights from industry experts, host a series of educational workshops and offer incredible networking opportunities. 4 creators will get the chance to develop and produce their short-form content ideas in collaboration with BBC Reel before their final work premieres at the renowned London performing arts centre, the Barbican.
The Barbican shares our vision for creating an inclusive platform for discovery and discussion, and a diverse environment for ideas and exchange.
The UK’s most awarded creative powerhouse behind the world’s best-loved British stories.
With over half a century’s experience of making bold, British, creative content loved by audiences worldwide, it is no wonder we have a reputation for leading the way in innovative storytelling and production techniques. In fact, our teams continually set the standard and raise the creative bar for programme-makers everywhere.
But don’t just take our word for it. BBC Studios Productions is the most-awarded British production company in the UK today with 79 awards and over 300 nominations to our name in the past financial year.
You can read more about BBC Studios here
In The Mix is run in partnership with BBC Studios TalentWorks, a content label within BBC Studios aimed at identifying forward thinking talent with whom it can partner.
You can find out more about TalentWorks here
BCM started as a movement in 2019 and rapidly became a networking platform which connects black content creators. BCM aims to pull down the borders, marginalisation and bad press that has dogged black communities and rebrand it; creating a supportive forum with the educational resources and professional advice for Black Content Creators to thrive.
You can find out more about Black Creators Matter here