Hollywood movies will see more of North East and North Yorkshire this season. According to recent reports, the local film company, Liquid Noise Films North has succeeded in securing funds from investors. Following this, it has decided to shoot nine films across North and North East Yorkshire region; including the York and the North York Moors too.
This production is a joint budget of more than £200 million. The major supporters are Los Angeles-based collective Finish Line Productions.
Liquid Noise Films North has been set up by brothers Julian and Lionel Hicks from Scarborough. From September onwards, they will start working in the area. The films that are on list includes some based on the work of former Scarborough vicar GP Taylor's novels Tersias, Mariah Mundi, and The Vampyre Quartet.
The production company is London based but with this project, both the brothers are planning to dig their feet deep into this region of Yorkshire. As said by Julian Hicks, their long-term goal is to locate a self-sufficient studio here.
Earlier this production line, a number of other films shot here were a big success. One of them is The Knife That Killed Me. This movie was produced by Green Screen productions in Bubwith, near Selby.
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