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Brazen Productions is partnering with Synchronicity Films to develop and produce a fictionalised mini-series based on the upcoming book The Hidden Case of Ewan Forbes: the Transgender Trial that Threatened to Upend the British Establishment.

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Call it! App


What if you could ask every worker every day,"How were you treated at work?" Call It! aims to monitor and prevent bullying, harassment and all forms of discrimination in the workplace.

Call It! Was founded by Jules Hussey, Delyth Thomas and Kate Wilson. Visit the website below to find out more.

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Brazen and Triple C Training Scheme Success


As part of new BBC drama, Ralph and Katie, Jules brought on Triple C (also known as DANC) to develop and run a remote traineeship for entry-level disabled, deaf, autistic, and neurodivergent creatives who wanted to learn more about what happens behind-the-scenes to get a TV series into production and beyond.

Triple C, recently awarded a BAFTA for their commitment to championing under-represented voices in the industry, worked with Brazen to create the innovative scheme. Thirty trainees were given access to key documents from pre-production through to post, with regular Zoom meetings with Heads of Departments which covered insightful introductions into what each department does on a production.

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Creative Access Mentorship with Brazen

As part of our ongoing commitment to nurturing talent across the autistic, neurodivergent, and disabled communities, Brazen supports new creatives through the Creative Access Mentorship scheme. In partnership with ScreenSkills, the scheme matches early career creatives with industry professionals for at least six months of mentorship.

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Production Guild of Great Britain Awards Special Mention

The Production Guild of Great Britain’s biannual awards highlight producers and production staff across the industry who have delivered above-and-beyond on their productions. Jules Hussey received a Special Mention within the Diversity and Inclusivity Champion award as recognition of her ongoing work to nurture disabled, autistic, d/Deaf, and disabled creatives at each stage of their careers.

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Carma Scheme offers driving lesson bursaries 

Many jobs in the screen industries require a driving licence – and the financial burden of getting a licence can create a barrier to under-represented voices from breaking into or furthering their screen career.

Jules created the Carma scheme, with support from other industry individuals, to offer £500 grants towards driving lessons for those who would not otherwise be able to afford this essential skill for the industry. Brazen awarded the first round of grants in early 2022 and is currently seeking to partner with an industry charity body to develop a regular Carma scheme to support further grants in future.

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Brazen's Corporate Responsibility in Action 

Brazen continuously seeks out and supports a range of charities and community projects. Recent donations to projects include the Paxton Green Time Bank, Paxton Pantry and SIBS - a charity supporting siblings of disabled children and adults.