Magazine article Screen International

South West Screen Transfers Activities to Creative England

Magazine article Screen International

South West Screen Transfers Activities to Creative England

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Screen South, Screen Yorkshire, EM Media and Northern Film & Media continue to operate as private companies.

Bristol-based regional screen agency South West Screen has transferred all of its projects and activities into Creative England.

South West Screen initially transferred its responsibilities to distribute BFI Lottery funds to Creative England in September. It has now handed over all of its contracts and services, with Creative England becoming a "sole member" of the agency.

The agency's staff have transferred into Creative England and will continue to work out of the same Bristol office. Projects to transfer to Creative England will be South West Screen's iNet funding scheme, the iFeatures scheme, the rural pilot scheme, the European Creative Business Network and responsbility for Bristol's new studio The Bottle Yard. The agency generated £56m in inward investment in the last financial year, according to its chair Kip Meek [pictured]. …

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