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Our Film & TV team can help to amplify you and your production
Low budget filmmaking initiative
An opportunity for young filmmakers to develop their skills, make a film and reach an audience
Development Programme for Director/Producer/Writer
parents and Carers in the English Regions
Creative England team up with Lighthouse Brighton, to produce a new programme of talks and workshops exploring interactive and immersive storytelling.
Search for crew, facilities, studios and filming locations
Funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), ProConnect provides specialist support to SMEs working in or in the supply chain to the film and TV production industry.
Support and funding for film businesses outside London
Production funding for feature films
England-wide development support for emerging talent
Upload your cv or profile, find crew, facilities or see what events and training are available
Find the perfect filming location or upload details of your property to our database for others to find.
Report Shows the True Value of Screen Tourism
See the wealth of film studios and build spaces available in the English regions
Our annual entry level short film initiative
Our new partnership with regional theatres to develop new writing.
An international forum for industry professionals working in film talent development.
Meet the Production Services team and find out how we support production in the English regions
Details of funders, partners and some useful links
We work with partners to ensure a film friendly welcome to productions based in the English regions
Creative England celebrates the distinct voices and talent that are creating a new wave of storytelling in English cinema.
BE MORE CREATIVE returns with BE MORE MANCHESTER – an unmissable celebration of Greater Manchester’s unique creativity and thriving creative industries.
Daniel Day Lewis returns to our screens in Phantom Thread, his final performance after retiring from acting.
Following a stellar year for Creative England-supported films both in festivals and the box office, the successes continued with seven BAFTA nominations!
The Peaky Blinders return to our screens for a fourth series this week, picking up from the previous series’ cliff hanger ending.
Paddington returns to cinemas this week after an incredibly successful first outing.
Gunpowder, the dramatization of the Gunpowder Plot against King James, arrives on our screens this weekend.
Join Creative England on Thursday 9th November at Careys Manor Hotel for Raising Finance for your Film
Join us on the 26th October for Converge: Connecting the worlds of games, film and tech
5 outstanding projects were selected by a panel of commissioners
Being a freelancer and starting your own business can be incredibly hard work, with not only the pressures of bringing steady work in, but ensuring that you are meeting regulations and meeting financial requirements.
The National Lottery provides opportunity towards good causes across different sectors
The summer holidays may be drawing to a close, but there are some excellent feature films opening across the UK today, including God’s Own Country and Limehouse Golem.
A showcase of shorts from UK filmmakers supported through Creative England’s iShorts and Emerging Talent initiatives, as part of the BFI Net.Work.
Our ProConnect Hertfordshire programme continues next month with a day of workshops and masterclasses teaching you the skills to perfect your pitching style. Here are 5 reasons not to miss it...
On the 4th July we took a select group of producers and location managers on a familiarisation tour of some of Cheshire East’s most interesting, historical and varied filming locations, in partnership with Cheshire East Council.
Think of filming in Yorkshire and you might not instantly think of Barnsley – but think again!
On the 13th July we kicked off Be More Creative, a multi-year celebration of the innovators, the mavericks and the pioneers across the English regions, with a fantastic event in Leeds.
Lighthouse Brighton and Creative England announce projects for residential, based down in Brighton.
This summer Creative England has partnered again with Sky to produce another season of comedy shorts.
Take a look at Creative England's supported films, featuring at this year's Edinburgh Film Festival
Creative England’s Role in New C4 Week Night Drama, Ackley Bridge
ProConnect Hertfordshire got off to a great start last week with a workshop and stand at the Creative Expo.
Join ProConnect Hertfordshire at the Creative Expo to learn more about our workshops, business grants and Knowledge Bites workshops.
The latest iFeatures film released this month, Spaceship is coming to a cinema near you on the 19th May.
Creative England and The National Youth Theatre announce the final 26 applicants for the shortFLIX programme.
Creative England has co-funded and executive produced Tate Britain’s Great British Walks
JAWBONE Q&A live streamed from BFI Southbank
Hope Dickson Leach gives a behind the scenes insight into the promotion tour of iFeatures film The Levelling
A collection of stories, social posts and website stories on Lady Macbeth
The story of a former youth boxing champion, Jimmy McCabe
From SFX to producing outstanding feature film
There’s only a few days left to apply for Closr, Raising Films’ development programme for directors, producers and writers who are parents and carers in the English Regions.
With the Reframed programme starting this month, what better time to look more into the hot topic and what it means for creativity.
On the 11th May ProConnect Manchester is running two workshops in MediaCityUK which centre around Creative Leaders, and being a manager in a creative company
What to think feel or do within the Creative Industries this coming month
On the 6th February we ran one of our successful crew nights in Manchester as part of our ERDF-backed business support programme, ProConnect.
Join us as we launch our ProConnect programme in Hertfordshire
With the shortFLIX deadline coming thick and fast, we thought it would be a great idea to provide various short film examples to influence and inspire.
Carolina Giammetta highlights the programme and provides advice on applying, in an interview with Creative England.
The New Forest District Council has launched its latest activity with Creative England to drive film and TV production to the region.
Creative England is launching its series of workshops for it's ProConnect programme.
A new short filmmaking scheme for young adults
Find out where blockbuster A Monster Calls was filmed
The Production Services team were in London earlier this month attending The Location Guide’s FOCUS industry event at the Business Design Centre in Islington.
Talent generated showcase celebrates England’s future creative and tech leaders
Lady Macbeth – Our First iFeatures Period Drama
The fourth and final ‘I Love Filming In England’.
A new round of Market Trader and new Production Funds are launched at Cannes.
Creative England has been highlighted for positive support of female directors.
After its impressive debut at Tribeca, we take a look at director Rachel Tunnard's journey so far.
Chanya wins the award for her debut feature, a darkly comic British road movie starring Laura Carmichael, Chloe Pirrie and Jack Farthing.
A short film about family, money and... caravans.
iShorts recipients invited to unveil their campaigns on Crowdfunder UK.
Representatives from HBO Films, Broad Green Pictures, Dynamic Television & more visit the North.
The Creative England funded feature stars 'Broadchurch' actress Jodie Whittaker and shot in Yorkshire.
'The Inbetweeners' star steps behind the camera to helm his Creative England funded short.
Budding filmmakers have until March 29th to apply.
Diiscover which areas of Yorkshire were used as Happy Valley filming locations
iShorts graduate Andy Berriman discusses the development of his iShort and filming in the North East.
**Spoiler Free** We speak to location manager Martin Joy on finding a rebel base, a watery planet and more 'other worldly' sites right here in England
iShorts director Sam Johnson discusses his time working with Creative England and advice to regional filmmakers.
Budding screen actors? Join the National Youth Theatre's six day masterclass next month https://t.co/ojtcTVLsNM
*FESTIVAL* @EncountersSFF Encounters Creative England Showcase
22nd September: https://t.co/s5RlkhFQzV… https://t.co/kvFYNnrLKA
77 million retweets? No problem. Media consultant Sophie Toumazis says how it's possible #ProConnectManchester
'Today there's fewer journalists and more content than ever before' - how do you break through the noise? #ProConnectManchester
We're underway at #ProConnectManchester with a welcome from @dvtalent https://t.co/1pM2LZVQl4
About to kick off our #proconnect PR & Branding event with the amazing Sophie Toumazis https://t.co/zIAA3Og8NP
It's nearly time to kick off our PR & Branding workshop for #ProConnect, led by @dvtalent https://t.co/wipr1iOKfo
We're all set up in @MediaCityUK's Tomorrow building for our #ProConnectManchester workshop on PR & Branding https://t.co/ChiKmebMld