• £1.3BNFilm generated £1.3 billion of inward investment spend in London in 2019.
Still from Fleabag

Fleabag courtesy of Two Brothers Pictures

  • £2BNLondon is home to 4,000 production companies with a combined turnover of £2 billion.
  • 3,000There are over 60 animation studios in London, employing more than 3,000 people.
  • £1.8BNThe UK’s VFX and post-production sector, much of which is based in Soho, generated £1.8 billion in 2017 and employs 18,000 people.

No Time to Die © Universal Pictures

  • 2,164In 2019, feature filming in London was at its highest level ever, with 2,164 filming days - an increase of 156% since 2008.
  • 43There are 43 film crews on London’s streets on any one day.
  • 6,000Over 6,000 crew members were employed on productions shooting in London last year.

Mari, directed by Georgia Parris

  • 443443 filmmakers supported through Film London schemes since 2018
  • 170170 Official Film Festival selections for Film London-funded shorts and features, with 33 Awards and 27 Nominations.
  • 4646 shorts and features funded in the last two years

  • 941941 current members of our Equal Access Network, with 18 industry partners and 19 training providers.

Rio Cinema, Dalston

  • 81,790Over 80,000 people attended a Film Hub London event in 2019
  • 45%45% of Hub audiences were first-time attendees at their venues
  • 236We work with 236 cinemas, community groups and festivals to get Londoners watching films