Norfolk Screen acknowledges the endorsement and support of our partners, friends and sponsors to date:
Our Sponsors include:
Sustainable storage solutions for production
CAMA works with film & TV productions providing secure storage, asset management software and sustainability services.
Their unique online storage solution can save your production valuable time and money, as well as reducing waste. Locate your assets from your desk and they can be back on set within 24 hours. CAMA are also experts at reusing or recycling your sets, props and costumes in a seamless and thorough way, thereby supporting sustainability in film & TV. Find out more here.
Friends of Norfolk Screen
The BFI is the UK’s lead organisation for film, television and the moving image. It is a distributor of National Lottery funding and a cultural and education charity that:
– Curates and presents the greatest international public programme of world cinema for audiences; in cinemas, at festivals and online
– Cares for the BFI National Archive – the most significant film and television archive in the world
– Actively seeks out and supports the next generation of filmmakers
– Works with Government and industry to make the UK the most creatively exciting and prosperous place to make film internationally
The British Film Commission (BFC) is the national agency with a remit to maximise and support the production of international feature film and television in the UK. They work in partnership with key film industry bodies and are funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport through the British Film Institute and UK Trade and Investment.
Creative England : Filming In England Partner
We are proud to be a Filming in England Partner, welcoming filming to Norfolk and ensuring cooperation and commitment to assist Film and TV drama productions. The Filming in England Partnership exists to connect different organisations across England, outside of London, in order to create a film-friendly environment.
ScreenSkills is the industry-led skills body for the screen industries – film, television (including children’s, unscripted and high-end), VFX, animation and games
Funded by industry contributions to the Skills Funds and with National Lottery funds awarded by the BFI as part of its Future Film Skills strategy to help people get into the industry and progress within it.
Their work includes: Identifying skills gaps and shortages, Providing careers information, Mapping and quality-marking professional pathways to improve entry-level diversity and work readiness including apprenticeships and ScreenSkills Select which identifies college and university courses relevant to a career in screen and supporting development at every stage of a professional career in screen including through mentoring and offering bursaries.
Norfolk County Council are joining with the LEP and district authorities to fund primary research into the current state of the Norfolk film sector. We recognise that in the UK the film and television production industry supports more than 180,000 jobs and contributes more than £12 billion to the economy annually. Spend on film and high end television production in 2019 reached £3.6 billion. Norfolk’s local authorities and the New Anglia Enterprise Partnership are keen to learn from the sector itself how we might better support an increase in film and associated activity within Norfolk, with all the economic benefits such activity would bring. We salute Norfolk Screen and our wider Norfolk film sector for the work they are doing to encourage this sector’s growth.
BAFTA & BIFA Qualifying short film festival which is internationally renowned for showcasing the best short films and industry events in the East of England.
VisitNorwich is the official Destination Marketing Organisation (DMO) for the Norwich area.
We would like to thank Visit Norfolk for providing a selection of images for this website.