Liverpool’s popularity as a filming location is at an all-time high according to the Liverpool Film Office.
It recorded the city’s busiest ever year in 2017, with 289 film and TV projects and 1,359 filming days in total, generating an £11.1million boost to the local economy.
Productions included the BAFTA nominated Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool, which focused on the life of Hollywood leading lady Gloria Graeme and starred Annette Bening and Jamie Bell, filming in and around Rundle Road in Aigburth as well as using Princes Street to double as New York.
BBC Two’s award-winning Peaky Blinders returned for its fourth series, using Crosby Beach as one of several Merseyside locations, and Liverpool Women’s Hospital welcomed back popular Channel 4 documentary One Born Every Minute for its 10th series.
2017 also saw international Emmy nominated Broken starring Sean Bean and Anna Friel, filmed in Admiral Street and in various locations in Sefton.