Isle of Man Film is a regional screen agency, part of Isle of Man Government’s Department for Enterprise.
Our goal is to drive inward investment in relation to media and the wider creative industries.
Since 1995 Isle of Man Film has built a worldwide reputation, having co-financed and co-produced over 100 feature film and television dramas which have all filmed on the Island. Once one of the busiest areas of film production in the British Isles, the Isle of Man hopes to use its strong foundation in film to grow its television and new media industry.
Isle of Man Film offers a package of services for film producers and production companies. Investment from its new digital media fund, a wealth of natural locations, a talented crew base, experienced facilities and services companies come together with a film-friendly Government.
Isle of Man Film’s History
- 1995: The Brylcreem Boys starring Gabriel Byrne is the first feature film to be produced by the Isle of Man Film Commission, part of the Isle of Man Department of Trade and Industry.
- 2002: the rebranded Isle of Man Film is established as regional screen agency, financier and producer.
- 2007: leading UK production company CinemaNX are engaged to manage investments on behalf of the Isle of Man Government, leading to several notable films including Me and Orson Welles and the Oscar-nominated Chico and Rita.
- 2012: Management of the Media Development Fund is assigned to Pinewood Pictures, as part of a strategic partnership between Isle of Man Government and the Pinewood Group.
- 2018: Coming soon! The Department for Enterprise is working on a new media strategy and fund to grow the creative sector on the Island.
Zoe Guilford, Business Development Manager, Isle of Man Department for Enterprise
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