Many people with disabilities do not have equal access to health care, edu- cation, and employment opportunities, do not receive the disability-related services that they require, and experience exclusion from everyday life activities. Following the entry into force of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD), disability is increasingly understood … More

Inclusion in the Director’s Chair: Gender, race, and age of directors across 1,200 top films from 2007 to 2018

Yearly, the Annenberg Inclusion Initiative examines diversity and inclusion in the director’s chair across the 100 top-grossing motion pictures. For 2018, our annual analysis focuses on gender, race, and age of 1,335 helmers spanning 1,200 of the highest earning fictional films released domestically between 2007 and 2018. Clearly, this is the most intersectional assessment of … More

BFI Statistical Yearbook 2018

Presents the most comprehensive picture of film in the UK and the performance of British films abroad during 2017. This publication is one of the ways the BFI delivers on its commitment to evidence-based policy for film.

FDA Yearbook 2018

The 2018 edition contains 128 pages of data and generic comment on the past year’s cinemagoing in the UK and Ireland, some of it specially commissioned and not published elsewhere. The book offers insights into how film distributors drove consumption by bringing a wide range of 874 releases to UK cinema audiences. There’s also an … More

Key information and statistics on sight loss in the UK

What are the main causes of blindness in adults? Age-related macular degeneration is by far the leading cause of blindness in adults. Other significant causes of sight loss are glaucoma, cataracts and diabetic retinopathy. How many people have sight loss in the UK? Every day 250 people start to lose their sight in the UK. As of … More