The British Film Commission (BFC) is the UK government's national agency responsible for maximising and supporting the production of international feature film and television in the UK.

With offices in the UK and the US, the BFC provides free tailored production support at the highest level from the earliest stages of development through to post production, including guidance on the UK's lucrative film and television tax reliefs and assistance with sourcing key crew, talent, facilities and locations.

Location UK Magazine

Location UK magazine

The British Film Commission's annual magazine showcases the UK as one of the most dynamic and thriving destinations for film and television production in the world. The 2013 edition of the magazine is available to read online now.

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Making Films in the UK

For British qualifying films with a total core expenditure of more than £20 million, the film production company can claim a rebate of up to 20% of UK qualifying expenditure and claim 25% for qualifying films with a core expenditure of £20 million or less.

Making TV in the UK

For British qualifying scripted television projects with a minimum core expenditure of £1 million per broadcast hour, the TV production company can claim a rebate of up to 25% of qualifying UK expenditure

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