17.9 Co-production by territory of shoot In contrast to UK domestic films, co-productions were usually shot partly or wholly abroad, as Table 17.13 shows. Only five out of 37 films, with a total budget of £13.5 million, were shot wholly in the UK. Non-UK spend accounted for 54% of the total budget of co-productions in 2013. Table 17.13 Co-production by territory of shoot, 2013 Shooting in… 190 – BFI Statistical Yearbook 2014 Number of films Budget (£ million) Non-UK spend (£ million) Non-UK spend as % of total budget UK only 5 13.5 2.3 16.9 UK and other 12 53.7 28.8 53.7 Other only 20 51.7 33.5 64.9 Total co-production 37 118.9 64.7 54.4 Source: BFI Notes: Includes both official and unofficial co-productions. Percentages calculated on unrounded data. The country distribution of co-production shoots is shown in Table 17.14. As most co-productions were shot in two or more territories, the total number of shoots was greater than the total number of films. The majority of shoots were in the UK or elsewhere in Europe. Of the non-European shoots, East and South Asia accounted for four, the USA and South Africa accounted for three each, and Brazil and New Zealand for two each. Table 17.14 Co-production, shoots by territory or region, 2013 Country Number of shoots UK 17 Republic of Ireland 5 USA 3 South Africa 3 Italy 3 Brazil 2 Hungary 2 France 2 Germany 2 New Zealand 2 East and South Asia 4 Other Europe 7 Other 4 Total shoots 56 Source: BFI Notes: Includes both official and unofficial co-productions. Percentages calculated on unrounded data.
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