Equal Access Network

Our Equal Access Network – the EAN - is supported by the Mayor of London. Through it, we work to ensure the capital’s screen industries represent the diversity of the city itself. Our core aim is to promote equality, inclusion and diversity: We want the EAN to be the link in an industry network for those that don’t have it.

We see first-hand the industry’s enthusiasm and high demand for a diverse and inclusive workforce. We provide the link between untapped under-represented and diverse talent and the companies or productions looking to recruit. To reach this talent, we work closely with training providers, charities and foundations across London.


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The EAN aims to remove all barriers to entry and is free to join and open to all. If you are a new entrant, returner, mid-level professional in the film and TV industry or looking to make a career change then join the EAN today.

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Working alongside the industry we help our EAN members get jobs, placements and traineeships that often act as a launchpad for their careers. Many of our members go on to sustain successful careers in the Film and TV industry. We are proud to be supported by some of the most exciting companies in the industry.

As well as helping connect the network’s members with productions and companies, the EAN runs a number of initiatives, including free regular masterclasses with industry leaders and experienced practitioners, an annual New Entrants Course, which covers everything from development to post-production, internship/returnship schemes, access to online resources as well as tailored careers advice, 1-2-1 CV clinics and mock interview sessions.

EAN members have worked on shows and at companies including:

  • HBO’s Avenue 5
  • Sister Pictures’ Chernobyl
  • Plan B’s The Third Day
  • Pathé
  • Working Title Films
  • SunnyMarch
  • Green Door Pictures

As well as helping to connect the network’s members with productions and companies, the EAN runs a number of initiatives, including a series of free regular masterclasses with industry leaders and experienced practitioners, an annual New Entrants Course, which covers everything from development to post-production, internship/returnship schemes access to online resources as well as tailored careers advice, 1-2-1 CV clinics and mock interview sessions.

Previous masterclasses have been led by speakers such as:

  • Emma Pike, Head of Production at Two Brothers Pictures - Fleabag
  • Victoria Musguin-Rowe, Producer of Stephen: The Murder That Changed a Nation
  • Fleur Whitlock, Production Designer of The End of the F***ing World
  • Tim Allen, Lead Animator of Isle of Dogs

The EAN aims to remove all barriers to entry and it is free to join and open to all. If you are a new entrant, returner, mid-level professional in the film and TV industry or looking to make a career change, join the EAN today.


What our members say

Without any experience or contacts in the industry, I worried I would struggle to get any work at all. I found Film London's Equal Access Network and immediately signed up. Within a year of entering the industry I have gained 21 production credits and will soon begin working for Sky Sports as a Production Junior!

Chandni Pagarani, EAN member

As a foreigner in the UK, it can be quite difficult to get your foot in the Film and TV industry. For me Film London and their partners from Greenshoot are the reason that I am now working full time as a production assistant on a High End TV Drama series. Being part of the EAN was the best step I took to start building my own network in the industry.

Giorgos Kapsanakis, EAN Member