For over ten years, Screen Yorkshire has been at the forefront of championing the film, TV, games and digital industries in Yorkshire and the Humber. Its aim has always been to secure and support the very best projects, companies and individuals, helping to make Yorkshire and the Humber one of the most sought after destinations for production in the UK.

Screen Yorkshire is a specialist business which invests first and foremost in content, but also in developing talent. As an investor in content it runs the largest investment fund of its kind in the UK - the £15m, ERDF-supported Yorkshire Content Fund.

Our latest investments include Peaky Blinders, '71, Catch Me Daddy, Girls' Night Out, A Miracle and Great Train Robbery.

Screen Yorkshire also runs bespoke and highly regarded talent development schemes, aimed at encouraging both national and regional talent to progress and excel within the film and TV industries. These currently include The List and Triangle.

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Contact us.

Company Registration No.: 4490352
Registered Office: Studio 3, 46 The Calls Leeds LS2 7EY
Registered in England and Wales

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Complaints procedure
We are committed to providing good quality services. We recognise however, that we sometimes may get things wrong or make mistakes. To deal with this we have a complaints procedure. Download the procedure here

The Screen Yorkshire Board meet four times a year to guide our strategy and vision, support and advice on our work and evaluate our outputs.

Click here for Screen Yorkshire Board Member biographies.

Patrick Stewart is Patron of Screen Yorkshire.

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MADE IN YORKSHIREScreen Yorkshire Investments


Screen Yorkshire has invested in TV and film production for the past decade. Some of our most high profile investments in content production include: Red Riding, Tyrannosaur, Wuthering Heights, Kill List, This is England '86, A Passionate Woman, The Damned United, Unforgiven, Lost in Austen, The Cottage, Brideshead Revisited, Hush, This is England, The Bad Mother's Handbook, Bunny and the Bull, Exhibit A, Yasmin and Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution. We've also invested in video game production such as Broken Sword.

Find out more about our recent production investments, where they were filmed and some of the stunning locations that help to make our region one of the most desirable destinations for film and television production companies in the UK.