Priority will be given to projects where:
- A world-class, non-British filmmaker wishes to engage with UK talent or cultural content
- UK involvement enhances the international appeal of an exceptional project that has been originated outside of the UK
- An international project gives an opportunity to an outstanding, emerging talent from the UK.
Applications for co-production funding are made in the usual way, as per the Film Fund’s production awards. Films supported in this way would still need to qualify as a British film as set out in our guidelines.
The co-production funding is not intended for documentaries, which will be considered through the documentary pitching strand.