Smashing it at work or is it smashing you?
The Looking Glass is a ground-breaking piece of research for everyone working in film and television. In the time it takes to have a cup of coffee you can share your experiences and help create a true reflection of the industry’s wellbeing.
It is being run by the Work Foundation at Lancaster University on behalf of the Film and Television Charity.
If you would like any support regarding issues raised through this survey, the Film and TV Support Line can be contacted for free 24/7 on 0800 054 0000. It is a confidential and independent source of support for people working in the industry.
Why is the survey important?
It’s clear that mental health is a key concern. Research in other countries suggests issues are more prevalent in film and TV than the general population, but this is the first time a study like this has been carried out in the UK.
The findings of this research could be game changing for people working in film and TV.
Should I answer the survey?
If you work in film and television then, yes.
Completing the survey will take less than the time it takes to have a cup of coffee and your contribution will mean for the first time we’ll have the facts about mental health and wellbeing in our sector.
How will you use my data?
The survey is completely anonymous. At the end you may be asked if you’d like to participate further or sign up to the hear more from us – this information will not be attached to your survey results.
The survey is run in conjunction with their partners at Lancaster University, who have been chosen for their expertise in this field.