Chris Pine drama helps Glasgow rake in £15m from filming
High-profile Sky Atlantic and Netflix shows were amongst those shot in the city in 2017.
The filming of new shows featuring the likes of Chris Pine and Benedict Cumberbatch brought £15m to Glasgow in 2017.
The figure from the Glasgow Film Office (GFO) covers films, television and other productions shot last year.
They include Sky Atlantic's Patrick Melrose, starring Cumberbatch and Netflix feature Outlaw King, with Pine.
The film Country Music, featuring Julie Walters, and BBC hospital drama Trust Me with Jodie Whittaker were also filmed in the city.
Other productions include Anna & the Apocalypse, a fourth series of Shetland, David Walliams' TV feature Grandpa's Great Escape and The Party's Just Beginning, starring Karen Gillan.
The GFO is responsible for attracting productions and co-ordinates activity to ensure filming goes as smoothly as possible while minimising the impact on everyday life in Glasgow.
Councillor Susan Aitken, leader of Glasgow City Council, said: "Over the past couple of decades, the council's Glasgow Film Office has brought over £300m to the city's economy, and I am delighted to say that 2017 was another successful year for Glasgow in this sector.
"This success brought yet more stardust to the city, with famous faces such as Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pine, Julie Walters and Karen Gillan filming here last year.
"The Glasgow Film Office has been a real trailblazer in terms of attracting all types of productions to Glasgow and Scotland, and we can all look forward to the city featuring on our screens in the coming years."
Since its inception in 1997 the GFO has supported productions including Red Road, The Legend of Barney Thomson, The Replacement, Churchill, Outlander, and The Wife.