Category Archives: diversity

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The TCN Talent Pool Launches!

Looking for work in film and TV? We’re launching a new service for crew and production talent.  The TriForce Creative Network now has around 35,000 members. We’re regularly approached by…

Content London Partners with TriForce Creative Network

We’re very excited to announce that TriForce Creative Network will be partnering with C21’s international drama conference, Content London in November 2018. As well as showcasing TriForce Short Film Festival…

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TriForce Launch ‘One-Stop’ Diversity & Inclusion Support Service

The team behind TriForce Creative Network have launched a new support service called Dandi. Specifically created for the arts and entertainment industry, the service will help companies and organisations diversify…

The TCN named as a CE50 company

We’re very excited to reveal that TriForce Creative Network has been names as one of Creative England’s #CE502018 companies to watch in the coming year! Every year Creative England announces…

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Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE commits £1 million to support diversity and inclusion in the UK short film industry

We’re very excited to announce that TriForce Creative Network will be working with Professor Stefan Allesch-Taylor CBE, on his newly launched £1m fund for short film. UK based philanthropist, executive…

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#SIDK nominated for Creative Diversity Network Award!

Creative Diversity Network bring together organisations who employ and/or make programmes across the UK television industry to promote, celebrate and share good practice around the diversity agenda. They seek to…

TCN in Screenwriting Goldmine Newsletter

Screenwriting Goldmine’s December newsletter has a piece on TriForce Productions and an interview with Minnie Ayres, COO of TriForce Creative Network and Executive Producer of TriForce Productions’ first programme Sorry,…

WriterSlam Drama 2016 Winners

The WriterSlam Drama Edition 2016 was an absolutely incredible event last night held at a new venue for us, the Studio in the stylish St. James Theatre, Victoria.  We launched straight in…

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Channel 4 teams up with MonologueSlam!

We’re very excited to announce that Channel 4 are now officially supporting MonologueSlam UK! Recognising that traditional routes into the industry are becoming more expensive and less accessible, Channel 4 are…

#SIDK in Broadcast!

Our CEO Fraser Ayres is in Broadcast Online this week, talking about our new show on ITV2, Sorry I Didn’t Know and why it’s refreshing to see a commercial broadcaster…