DCUK panel event at the Apple Store, Covent Garden, London
Digital Creators UK champions creators of social and streaming arts and entertainment.
It is organised on a voluntary basis by experienced creators with backgrounds and expertise spanning film, television, advertising, web, social & mobile media and technology.
Like most associations of web series creators formalising in cities across the globe, DCUK started life as an informal meeting of filmmakers of all disciplines in a pub in the middle of 2011.
Elisar Cabrera hosting a panel at Raindance
Fast forward to February 2014 and our core group met to discuss the development of a more formalised association in response to the growing need from the industry for a voice to represent, support and champion web series creators and their work in all its forms on all emerging platforms.
James Moran with Elisar Cabrera, Rochelle Dancel and Susan E. Clarke after a DCUK workshop at the YouTube Space, London
What we do
We still meet every month – and look forward to meeting new web series creators at our open meet-ups.
DCUK Writers Room Event
We run Writers’ Room and Screening Room events quarterly, which are open to all.
Throughout the year, you will find us contributing to panels and events on a range of issues affecting web series and indie series creators, including Raindance Web Fest, BVE, Pilot Light TV Festival and Vidfest UK, as well as participating in juries and official selection activities for film and web series festivals globally.
DCUK Writers Panel at Vidfest
We also advise and collaborate with a number of agencies, brands, media platforms and film and entertainment related organisations.
Who we are
The founding members are Elisar Cabrera, Darren Chadwick-Hussein, Susan E. Clarke, Rochelle Dancel, Lisa Gifford, Vicky Howell, Jamie McKeller, James E. Marks, Chris Munns, Brett Snelgrove and Philip Whiteman.