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Nottingham City Councilnotts logo

Nottingham City Council values the rich film heritage that has been nurtured in this city and took the step to solidify our support through signing Creative England’s Film Friendly Charter in 2012. This charter sets out our mission to support, encourage and develop film in Nottingham which includes establishing a single point of contact and champion for film within the city. We aim to support local talent as well as encouraging filmmaking into the area, utilising our unique locations and facilities and further developing the creativity and economic growth of the city.

Nottingham City Council is proud to be a partner of the Nottingham Screen Partnership as it looks to help shape and develop the local and global film industry.


The Creative QuarterCQ Logo 2

The Creative Quarter is an organisation whose mission is to make Nottingham (and the Creative Quarter in particular) a great environment in which creative and innovative businesses can succeed, start up, grow and be sustained. We aim to promote Nottingham and the Creative Quarter locally, regionally and nationally as a place in which to locate a business and raise its profile as a place where fresh ideas, new technologies and enterprise are supported and celebrated.


The University of NottinghamUni of Nottingham Logo

The University of Nottingham is placed 77th in the world and in the top 1% of Universities internationally by the latest (2014) QS World University Rankings. It also ranks 7th for research power in the UK, with 90% of its research output at international standard.

It has award-winning campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia and hosts a global academic community in all three countries. The Times Good University Guide 2013 describes it as “the nearest Britain has to a truly global university."

In the most recent QAA Institutional Audit of teaching in 2009 the University received the highest possible commendation.

The University of Nottingham shares many of the characteristics of the world’s great universities. However, we are distinct not only in our key strengths but in how our many strengths combine: we are financially secure, campus based and comprehensive; we are research-led and recruit top students and staff from around the world; we are committed to internationalising all our core activities so our students can have a valuable and enjoyable experience that prepares them well for the rest of their intellectual, professional and personal lives.Sir David Greenaway, Vice-chancellor, University of Nottingham.

The screen industries at the University of Nottingham

The University of Nottingham is placed 77th in the world and in the top 1% of Universities internationally by the latest (2014) QS World University Rankings. It also ranks 7th for research power in the UK, with 90% of its research output at international standard.

It has award-winning campuses in the UK, China and Malaysia and hosts a global academic community in all three countries. The Times Good University Guide 2013 describes it as “the nearest Britain has to a truly global university."

In the most recent QAA Institutional Audit of teaching in 2009 the University received the highest possible commendation.


Nottingham Trent UniversityNottingham-Trent-University-logo

Nottingham Trent University (NTU) is one of the largest and most popular universities in the UK. Situated in the heart of Nottingham it combines quality courses and facilities with a student experience that is hard to match.

We're focused on building successful graduates. With an employment rate of 93% it's clear NTU graduates leave well prepared for a successful future. Our courses have been designed to give students the skills employers are looking for and there is plenty of opportunity for students to develop and increase their employability. Many of our courses offer the option of taking a placement giving hands-on experience as part of the degree.

NTU is also one of the partners in Notts TV that broadcasts across the city on Freeview Channel 8. The University's Centre for Broadcasting and Journalism hosts Notts TV News which broadcasts two hours of live television news every week night. The station gives our students direct experience of working in television news, programming and other aspects of broadcasting, bringing together an academic grounding and practical skills in a unique way.


Spool FilmsSpool film

Spool has a strong track record producing engaging, dynamic and award-winning film and TV. We are also one of the few Dolby® approved post-houses outside London and believe in delivering honed, pioneering audio post content.

Our custom-built, spacious facility includes everything you'd expect from high definition visual edit suites to a leading audio post studio, plus a talented team of people with a wealth of film and post-production experience.

Spool is part of a group of companies running Notts TV (Freeview Channel 8) which marks a revival of high quality film and TV content being produced in the region. We are looking to encourage large scale productions to work with us, so they can benefit from our cost effective industry expertise and facilities.


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Located in the heart of the Creative Quarter of Nottingham city centre, Broadway celebrates its 25th birthday during 2015 and is recognised as one of the leading independent four screen regional cinemas, cross art and creative hubs in the UK attracting 400,000 visitors each year.

From its origins in 1966 as one of the first single screen BFI funded regional film theatre and subsequent mergers with film and media organisations in the 1990’s Broadway presents a diverse film and events programme which includes quality blockbusters, independent, classic, foreign language, themed seasons, shorts alongside digital content broadcasts and special film industry guests.

Broadway also supports local film production and is home to a number film makers now receiving international recognition for their work, by providing them with affordable workspace; in return, through schemes supported by the BFI they share their professional experience by training young and emerging film talent.


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Creative England invests in and supports creative ideas, talent and businesses in film, TV, games and digital media. We aim to grow the brightest, the best, and those with the most promise so that individuals and businesses can achieve their full creative and commercial potential. We help identify future opportunities to grow the economy and generate jobs.

Creative England's Production Services team provides a free film office service to productions filming in England, outside London, to create investment, jobs and profile. Working in partnership with the British Film Commission to promote England internationally, Creative England is the one-stop shop for locations, studios, facilities and crew.

From sourcing locations to negotiating film permissions, our experts connect film and programme makers to the people, places and facilities that make England an amazing place to film. In the last two years we’ve helped 2,365 productions to film on location in the English regions, bringing over £173 million to local economies and over 14,000 days of work for local crews.


Kambeck Film GmbHKambeckFilmLogo

The kambeckfilm GmbH founded in 2006 has grown to be the partner for international film productions in the field of commercial B2B and B2C communication. Whenever there are complex products or services to be explained, we find the story around that and the solution to make them easy to understand. 

Based in south of Germany we are close to the industry and gained lots of experience in the very different branches like Automotive, Fashion, IT, Agriculture, Chemical, Engineering, Towns and States and many more.

Our dedicated team, a mixture of young talents and “old hands”, can scale easily by incorporating professionals of our own, long build, production network for each specific task. This way we realize every imaginable type of production. We are always looking forward to new tasks and challenges. 

We cover all aspects of commercial film production in house, from Media Consulting, Idea and Concept, planning and booking, Shooting and Editing to distribution and strategy.


Wellington Films

Wellington Films was founded in 2000 by producers Rachel Robey and Alastair Clark. In 2005 they were cited by Screen International as Stars of Tomorrow in their annual feature. They were later joined by producers Tom Wood and Anna Griffin.

Their BAFTA nominated debut feature, LONDON TO BRIGHTON (Edinburgh International Film Festival 2006, Toronto International Film Festival 2006) earned them the Best Achievement in Production award at the 2006 British Independent Film Awards and a nomination at the London Critics Circle Film Awards for British Film Producers of the Year. It was released to widespread critical acclaim by Vertigo Films and has since been named by TimeOut London as one of the top 100 British films of all time.

Post-production is Hope Dickson Leach's debut feature, THE LEVELLING, made through the BFI, BBC Films & Creative England's iFeatures scheme.

Other credits include BETTER THINGS, the critically acclaimed debut feature film by Duane Hopkins (Cannes Film Festival - Critics Week 2008, Toronto International Film Festival 2008); Alexis Dos Santos’ UNMADE BEDS, (Sundance Film Festival - World Cinema section 2009, Berlinale - Generations section 2009); Justin Molotnikov’s CRYING WITH LAUGHTER (SXSW 2009, Best Film at BAFTA Scotland 2009); and Varon Bonicos’ feature documentary A MAN’S STORY (Sheffield Doc/Fest 2011).

They have also produced over 30 short films for festivals and TV, including ROYALTY by Paul Andrew Williams, THE GAS MAN by Matt Palmer for Rankin Films’ Collabor8te and THE DARK by Tom Hemmings starring Toby Jones.

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Gary Rydstrom - Pixar/Lucas Film/Disney

"The Microfilm Competition at the University of Nottingham is a thrilling, motivating, and entertaining event for the school and students. There is no better way to learn than to do, and the films in competition were obviously sweated over. I appreciated hearing the unique voices of the filmmakers. The filmmakers will appreciate seeing each other's work, and watching the winning films gain a wider audience in the world. This will make future work at the school even better, and future Competitions even more impressive".

Curtis Clark - Chairman of Technical Committee, ASC

"Coming here [Nottingham] has been an epiphany...seeing this unified approach and collective enthusiasm".

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