As Hollywood struggles to keep a leash on runaway production, recent tweaks to already robust U.K. film and TV tax incentives have created a boom in Blighty. "We have an unprecedented amount of…
British Film Commission
Germany remains a hot location for international co-production thanks to generous film subsidies and top-notch studio facilities that offer one-stop shop solutions for foreign projects. Indeed, this…
There weren't only Brits partying at the BAFTA/LA tea party the night before the Emmys. A sprinkling of Yanks could be seen on the SLS Hotel terrace including Kiernan Shipka and “House of Cards”…
The Ile de France Film Commission and Film London, two of Europe’s most dynamic film promotion orgs, have reupped their partnership. The commissions will re-team up on two major events: London’s…
With new U.K. tax relief for high-end TV and animation approved by the European Commission last week, London mayor Boris Johnson has announced $3 million in new investment in film and media agency…
The British government is upping support for the vfx industry, a go-to resource for Hollywood pics.
The 10th London U.K. Film Focus, a mart for British movie projects, will take place June 24-27.
Blighty's Oscar nominees will be toasted at the Great British Film Reception hosted by British Consul-General Barbara Hay at her L.A. residence on Feb. 22, two days ahead of the Academy Awards.
Spending on film production in Blighty dropped 29% in 2012 as inward investment fell, however spend on local productions and co-productions was up, according to a British Film Institute report…
The British Film Institute will invest nearly £500 million ($807 million) in U.K. film over the next five years it revealed today as it launched "Film Forever: Supporting U.K. Film 2012-2017."
Prime Minister David Cameron has called for the British Film Institute to invest more lottery money into mainstream films with the potential for commercial success.