Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The UK Motion Picture Production industry includes all businesses that are involved in the production of films in the United Kingdom, which may be inward investment productions, co-productions or locally financed domestic UK pictures. Industry revenue growth is primarily influenced by the exchange rate between the US dollar and the pound, film tax incentives, credit availability and demand for theatrical productions from key markets. The performance of UK motion picture production also depends on developments in movie production and creative developments worldwide.
Over the five years to 2012-13, industry revenue is expected to grow at a compound annual rate of 7.7% to total £1.65 billion... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
The output of the UK Motion Picture Production industry can be split into three product segments: inward investment feature films, co-productions and domestic UK films.
Inward investment films
An inward investment feature film is one that, while being a co-production, is not part of the formal government treaty process. Most films in this category originate from the United States. Filming for these movies is undertaken in the United Kingdom for several reasons, including favourable currency movements; tax incentives; the script requiring a UK backdrop and actors; and the availability of world-class, unique or specialised studios, equipment, technical personnel and support... purchase to read more