The UK’s Film and TV Charity has extended the deadline on its biennial Looking Glass survey.
The survey aims to understand how people working across the UK’s film and TV industries are feeling and what they are dealing with.
In the first Looking Glass Survey in 2019, 9 in 10 respondents stated that they had experienced a mental health problem.
Following the 2019 survey, The Film and TV Charity bolstered the support it offered through its free, confidential, and independent 24/7 Film and TV Support Line with the launch of its Bullying Advice Service, a Freelancer Wellbeing Hub, and other practical tools and resources.
The deadline has been extended to Monday 24th July.
The Charity said it especially wants to hear from people outside of London, and from people who are from under-represented groups, including:
- Black, Asian, and minority ethnic people
- People who identify as LGBTQIA+
- People with caring responsibilities
- Disabled people
The 2022 Looking Glass survey is available to complete here.