The team is now working from home as COVID-19 continues to spread around the region, but are also preparing a number of live streams for the weeks ahead in the areas of film and media literacy, film heritage and creative expression in filmmaking.
"We know there is a lot of interest in local film and TV locations and hope people enjoy discovering and in many cases rediscovering the amazing film heritage of the Bradford district online.
"We urge people to follow the Government advice and stay at home wherever possible."
Below is a list of TV shows and films made in, or partly made in, Yorkshire that can be streamed at home.
More information about the productions, which are listed from newest to oldest, can be found here.
The English Game (2020) – Netflix
Julian Fellowes' new drama about the creation of football has just dropped on the streaming platform.
Viewers have been enjoying the fifth series of Sally Wainwright's Calderdale-based show, which is available on the Beeb's iPlayer service alongside previous seasons.
Gentleman Jack (2019) – BBC
Arguably Wainwright's biggest hit to date, viewers have 11 days left to catch this show about intrepid businesswoman and 'first modern lesbian' Anne Lister of Shibden Hall on iPlayer.
Peaky Blinders (2019) – Netflix
Filmed in Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield and various other locations throughout the years after investment from Screen Yorkshire, this family gang drama has become popular across the globe.
Brad Boyz (2019) – C4
Four childhood pals living in a city reputedly split along racial lines begin college together in this comedy filmed in Little Germany, the University of Bradford and Bradford College.
The Innocents (2018) – Netflix
York House, Ilkley Moor and Addingham feature in this supernatural love story about two teenagers.
Maxine Peake takes the starring role in this film about a comedian finding freedom on the stage of working men's clubs away from an abusive home life.
Ghost Stories (2018) – Netflix
Professor Phillip Goodman, played by Martin Freeman, begins a perilous journey into the supernatural when he discovers a long-lost file detailing three ‘hauntings’.
Ackley Bridge (2017) – C4
Now two series in, this show focuses on the lives of staff and students at an which has been created through a merger of segregated white and Asian schools.
The Limehouse Golem (2017) – Prime
Bill Nighy stars in this feature about a killer who stalks the streets of Victorian London, which features Keighley's Dalton Mills.
Gunpowder (2017) – Prime
Ilkley Moor and Kirkstall Abbey are among the Yorkshire gems seen in this recounting ofthe 1605 Gunpowder plot, centred around Robert Catesby (Kit Harington).
National Treasure (2016) – C4
Sinister questions arise about the past conduct of one half of a cherished comedy double-act, Paul Finchley, played by Robbie Coltrane.
Miss You Already (2015) – Netflix / Prime
Haworth and, once again, Ilkley Moor, can be spotted in this drama starring Toni Collette and Drew Barrymore.
Testament of Youth (2015) – Prime
As the First World War looms, Vera Brittain overcomes the prejudices of her family and hometown to win a scholarship to Oxford, where she falls in love with her brother’s close friend Roland Leighton.
Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell (2015) – Prime
This is set in an alternate 19th century England where magic exists but has long since lost its prominence in society but for two magicians.
Residue (2015) – Netflix
Cartwright Hall and Little Germany feature in this story about a photojournalist who decides to investigate an explosion in a major UK city, leading to paranormal findings.
Happy Valley (2014) – Netflix
Sarah Lancashire puts in a steely performance as a redemptive police officer in another Sally Wainwright smash.
Utopia (2014) – Prime
Five strangers on an internet forum meet up when one of them claims to have an original manuscript of the unpublished second volume of a cult graphic novel which is rumoured to have predicted the worst disasters of the last century.
The Great Train Robbery (2013) – Prime
This two-part drama tells the story of the infamous August 1963 heist from the perspective of both cops and robbers, and Buttershaw and Shipley are among the locations where it filmed.
The Kings Speech (2011) – Netflix
Colin Firth stars as King George VI as he tries to overcome his stammering problem, and includes Odsal Stadium.
North and South (2004) – Netflix
Brian Percival adapts Elizabeth Gaskell's story Set against the backdrop of Victorian England’s industrial north.
Bodies (2004) – Prime
Jed Mercurio's medical drama - which was partly filmed in Menston - follows a junior doctor as he discovers the negligent practice of a senior surgeon who deals with pregnancy.
Wuthering Heights (1992) – Prime
One of many versions of the Bronte classic, Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche appear in this rendition which filmed at East Riddlesden Hall in Keighley.
Minder (1991) – ITV
Bradford Forster Square station can be seen in this comedy drama about the exploits of a London conman and his bodyguard.
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (1970) – Netflix
Billy Wilder - who with his earlier film The Apartment, became the first person to win Academy Awards as producer, director, and screenwriter for the same film - shot this feature about the fictional detective, stopping at the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway. The site has been used in many productions, the Railway Children perhaps being the most famous.
Room at the Top (1959) – Prime
Jack Clayton's classic about a young accountant schemes to marry a wealthy factory owner’s daughter, despite falling in love with a married older woman, was filmed in Bradford.