Isle of Man Film

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Isle of Man Film is a regional screen agency, part of Isle of Man Government’s Department of Economic Development. They drive inward investment in relation to film and the creative industries. Since 1995 Isle of Man Film has built a worldwide reputation,[citation needed] having co-financed and co-produced over 100 feature film and television dramas which have all filmed on the Isle of Man. They are one of the busiest areas of film production in the British Isles.[citation needed]

Isle of Man Film offers a package of services for film producers and production companies. Loans and equity investment, a wealth of natural locations, a talented crew base, experienced facilities and services companies, together with a film-friendly Government.

Isle of Man Film commits funding support to micro-budget projects, under the banner of the Mannin Shorts scheme, an educational platform aimed at providing Isle of Man residents with the skills required to secure work in the Manx film industry. They provide numerous workshops throughout the year; including directing, cinematography, post-production, creative writing, acting and more.

Isle of Man film is now using its experience in the film industry to work with the public–private partnership, Isle of Media, a new media business development not-for-profit agency to attract a wider range of digital media businesses to locate or relocate to the Isle of Man.

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  1. ^ "Chico and Rita wins 2011 European Film Award, earns Best Animated Feature Nomination at Annies 2012". Isle of Man Guide. Retrieved 8 May 2015.

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