Table 19.1 Public funding for film in the UK by source, 2012/13 (continued) Source £ million % of total Notes Department for Business, Innovation & Skills 206 – BFI Statistical Yearbook 2014 0.8 0.2 Includes direct investment in the NFTS Skills Investment Fund training levy 0.8 0.2 Made up of contributions from all film productions either based in the UK or in receipt of UK public funding, collected and re-distributed by Creative Skillset Local government7 0.3 0.1 Investment by local authorities in Regional Film Archives, Creative England and other English Regional Screen Agencies UK Trade & Investment 0.2 0.1 Funding for export support Other public sector <0.1 <0.1 Very small awards (under £10,000) from a range of public sector agencies Total public sector selective investment8 157.4 43.3 National Lottery and grant-in-aid from all sources as above UK film production tax relief (HMRC)9 206.0 56.7 Cost of film tax relief in 2012/13 Total public sector selective and automatic funding 363.4 100.0 Sum of all of the above Notes: 1. Film4/Channel 4 investments in the calendar year 2013. 2. BBC Films/BBC investments in the calendar year 2013. 3. Investment for the MEDIA Programme is for awards made from 1 April 2012 to 31 March 2013. 4. ACE total does not include other National Portfolio Organisation investments as detailed breakdowns into film and other artforms are not available. 5. Includes the HEFC for England, Wales and Scotland, support and subsidy from higher education institutions. 6. This does not include payments from educational funding councils to film courses (eg film studies) in higher or further education. 7. Does not include local authority direct spending for example on city film offices, support for arts centre cinemas or youth film projects. Only English local authorities reported any funding for film. 8. Does not include transfers to or from reserves or funds carried over from the previous year. 9. Film Tax Relief Monitoring Summary, HMRC, July 2013.
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