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Opening Times: 9:00 – 17:00
Address: Bradford Film Office
Horton D01.18, University of Bradford
Richmond Road, Bradford, BD7 1DP
Phone: 01274 437697
Brilliant city. Love filming every last minute there. A real gem of a place. #thinkfilmthinkbradfordMichael CampbellLocation Manager - Peaky Blinders Series 5
“Bradford has some fantastic period buildings and locations that lend themselves perfectly to our filming needs. We are grateful to the city and to David Wilson and Film Council for welcoming the Peaky Blinders’ cast and crew.”Peaky Blinders – series 4
“We quickly decided that Saltaire was the perfect location for our film when we came up to see it. Saltaire is cinematic. We have not had to build any sets, it is already here. It has given us a snapshot of England that we don’t see any more. It is a picture postcard of what Yorkshire used to be like.”Kevin ProctorProducer, Funny Cow
“Yorkshire has breathtaking scenery and in and around Bradford there are a wealth of diverse landscapes. We worked with many local businesses; from horse suppliers to scrapyard owners to caterers and we found them all extremely professional and a pleasure to work with. Not forgetting the City of Film office, who were extremely supportive of the project from the outset.”Tracy O’RiordanProducer, The Selfish Giant