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Association of True Crime Producers welcomes new members and announces webinar with The Film and TV Charity

London, Monday 20th November 2023

Since the inaugural launch of the ATCP  (Association of True Crime Producers) in the UK and Ireland just 4 months ago to establish best practice guidelines for the TV crime genre, the non-profit syndicate is delighted to welcome the following new members: Back2Back Productions, Content Kings, Flicker Productions, North One, and Zig Zag Productions.

These new members will join Avalon, FirstLook TV, ITN Productions, Monster Films, Peninsula Television, Phoenix Television, Rare TV, Revelation Films, Title Role and Woodcut Media, as the association continues to grow its membership and roll-out various initiatives over the coming year.

On the 21st of November, ATCP will also launch its first webinar.  The session will be led by the Film and TV Charity who will talk about the “Whole Picture Tookit”, created to support people at all levels of production, and to support Managers and Senior Creative leaders to look after their team’s mental health and wellbeing. 

Committee Member – Alexander Gardiner, CEO, Rare TV said: “We are delighted to see our membership growing. Duty of care and high ethical standards are vital in this most sensitive of programming areas. The fact that our membership is growing shows how many in our industry want to commit to this best practice approach.”

Committee Member – Gillian Carter, Founder & COO, FirstLook TV said: “Keeping up editorial and safeguarding standards is a process – vigilance is a constant need and our webinars are aimed at providing a framework for us all to understand what keeps us at the forefront of standards. Our first tackles mental well-being – that of our contributors and that of our colleagues.”

The ATCP launched July 2023, and is committed to the continued development of the highest professional standards in true crime production, with members signing up to a set of clear guidelines, which put victims and their families at the centre of the production process and aims to enhance current best practice in duty of care.  Members have committed to conforming to the highest ethical standards and supporting the continuing integrity and success of true crime production.  

Membership is open to TV and film production companies, digital or podcast content producers, or individuals directly engaged in the production of true crime content for domestic (UK & Ireland) or international consumption.   For enquiries regarding ATCP please go to website

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First ATCP webinar

Join us for the first ATCP webinar with the Film and TV Charity about The Whole Picture Toolkit.

The Film and TV Charity’s Engagement Producers Jess Cudlipp and Matt Keyte will be joining to provide information about the Charity, share context around how the Toolkit came to be created and to show us some of the resources.

Is your production mentally healthy’ Could you take additional steps to support your team with mental health and wellbeing? If so, the Film and TV Charity’s Whole Picture Toolkit is here to help you and your team. It’s a free online resource covering pre-production, production and post-production, that’s been designed with the help of mental health and industry experts to give your production the tools, guidance, and know-how to help mitigate against some of the production pressures impacting mental health and wellbeing. The Film and TV Charity has a dedicated team of producers available to help you navigate the Toolkit and advise on the most relevant resources for your specific production.


Jess Cudlipp
Matt Keyte

Tuesday 21st November

1 pm – 2 pm

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