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INSPIRE CHANGE

Time To Make Our Sets Safe

Mark Milsome, a talented camera operator was killed whilst filming a car stunt on location in Ghana in 2017. Five years have since passed during which time little has changed to improve the safety of crew and all those working in the British Film & Television Industry.

On the 5th anniversary of Mark’s death, the Foundation is calling for long overdue cultural change to protect and empower the workforce, so such a tragedy never happens again. It is our goal that everyone working on a production should be provided with health and safety training.

To remember Mark and raise funds to continue to meet our mission of supporting young people into the industry and improve health and safety standards, we are excited to be launching Black T-2.  On November 18th, Crews across the UK will be wearing Black T-shirts  designed by celebrated cinematographer Benoit Delhomme, who has created for us one of his ‘imaginary t-shirts’: ‘Because Mark’ – ‘Inspire Change’.

Get involved and inspire change.

Become a part of Black T-2, purchase T’s and share images of you & your crew on social media. Available here. 

Take the Mark Milsome Film & TV Online Safety Passport – it costs just £20 and takes 90 minutes to complete. Available here.