VIDEO: Jarvis Cocker, Full Monty, Michael Palin - Video shows off 'best of Sheffield' as part of Channel 4 bid

More than 50 filmmakers have joined forces to create a unique video showing off the best of Sheffield as part of the bid to land Channel 4.

The video - called 'If Channel 4 was a city....This is Sheffield' - features more than 250 clips showing off some of the Steel City's best exports including a scene from The Full Monty and part of a performance by legendary band Pulp, while globetrotter Michael Palin also makes an appearance.

A still from the video.

A still from the video.

The clip, voiced by actress Lois Pearson from Sheffield People’s Theatre, is also soundtracked by Sheffield band Bring Me The Horizon.

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The video was put together following a public appeal for submissions last year.

It has been launched on a new website, which bid leaders will use to keep the public regularly updated on the campaign. People are also being asked to use the #c4sheffield hashtag on Twitter.

Part of the video.

Part of the video.

Richard Caborn, chair of the bid, said: "Bringing Channel 4 to Sheffield is a fantastic opportunity for the city and the whole of the region.

"Through establishing a national screen institute in the city to develop digital technologies we can provide a platform to do something similar in the creative and digital industries to the work we have done with the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre and Olympic Legacy Park.

“This video is a great showcase of what Sheffield has to offer Channel 4 and the appetite across the city to work together to make this happen.”

Councillor Mazher Iqbal, Sheffield Council's cabinet member for business and investment, added: “If Channel 4 needed any more proof that we are a city of creative innovators, then this video is it."

An artists' impression of how the new Channel 4 headquarters' could look.

An artists' impression of how the new Channel 4 headquarters' could look.

The government launched a consultation last year about the possibility of moving the channel out of its £100 million London headquarters to another base elsewhere in the UK to help drive creative jobs throughout the regions.

Sheffield is one of a dozen local authorities expressing an interest in hosting the broadcaster, which has expressed reservations about the move.

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Creative Sheffield, the council's economic development arm, is leading the bid and has previously revealed the move could be worth a whopping £1.4 billion to the city’s economy over the next 15 years and create 4050 jobs.

They have earmarked vacant land near the railway station in Sheaf Square as a potential site to build Channel 4's new headquarters. The broadcaster is also being offered 80, 000 sq ft of office space in the nearby Digital Campus on Sheaf Street.

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The department for digital, culture, media and sport has not revealed a timetable yet for when a decision will be made on the proposal.

Sheffield Council said a decision is due before the end of the year.