World On Fire – Made in #FilmLiverpool
Liverpool Film Office has launched its own production fund with the aim of increasing the number, range and scale of feature films and scripted TV productions being made in the Liverpool City Region.READ MORE
IT’S been a bumper year for filming in Liverpool – as figures reveal it is officially the busiest year in the Film Office’s 30 year history.
Since January, 366 different film and TV projects have chosen to film in Liverpool and the wider city region – the largest recorded in a single year since records began.
It equates to 1,387 film days, which works out as an average of 4 projects filming in the area every single day of the year.READ MORE
Filming has commenced in Liverpool City Region this week on the third and final chapter of Sky original epic thriller, Tin Star. Tim Roth, Genevieve O’Reilly and Abigail Lawrie reprise their roles as the worth family one last time for a series more explosive than ever before.READ MORE
Filmmakers Q&A – Sometimes Always Never with Frank Cottrell-Boyce, Carl Hunter & Roy Boulter at The Light Cinema New Brighton
Featured Photo thanks to Dan Bentley.
We visited The Light Cinema in New Brighton on for a special screening of Sometimes Always Never, followed by a live Q&A with the Liverpool ensemble of filmmakers; Writer, Frank Cottrell-Boyce, Director, Carl Hunter, and Producer, Roy Boulter (Hurricane Films) – hosted by actor, Celyn Jones.READ MORE
Kudos TV, the producers of Broadchurch & Grantchester swap the heart of the Canadian Rockies for the Banks of the River Mersey.READ MORE
Carpool Karaoke comes to Liverpol as Paul McCartney Takes James Corden Down a Beatles Memory (and Penny) Lane
In possibly the biggest and best episode of CBS’s, The Late Late Show with James Corden, Liverpool’s most famous son was welcomed home for a landmark episode of Carpool Karaoke.READ MORE
CAPITAL&CENTRIC announce major new deal to make Liverpool the home of the UK’s film and television industry.READ MORE