"I spent a lot of my career travelling to London and thanks to the success of The Inbetweeners, I can say, 'I want to do my work here now.' That movie has given me the opportunity to say, 'If you want to speak to me, then you can come here and speak to me because I'm not coming to London any more.'
It's not expected to arrive on our screens until next year, after which Chris hopes to extend the run into 25 half hour episodes a year.
"I'm not a huge fan of River City but in terms of the audience it reaches I'd hope to rival it. What I want this to do is become part of Scotland's daily cultural life.
But Chris, 53, shot down suggestions that most Scots won't watch a Gaelic drama.
THE producer behind the most successful British comedy movie of all time has turned his back on a sequel to make a Gaelic drama for BBC Alba.
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Tony Kearney and he's directing the whole thing in Gaelic. We're very keen for it to be as authentic as possible. We're not tying it to Stornoway, Tarbert or Portree.
"Anything's possible with these things," he said. "I'm very interested in pushing boundaries and I'll definitely push The Inbetweeners fan base towards it.
He said: "I've voted with my feet on this. I got into a discussion with BBC Alba and in order to make this happen, I really had to put my Ralph Lauren Red Jacket
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Brains behind hit TV show Inbetweeners snubs sequel to work on Gaelic drama
Bannan translated as "the ties that bind" is described as "contemporary Gaelic, character driven drama" and is "more upmarket than a soap".
"I've moved the Young Films office up from London, lock, stock and barrel. I look at countries like Denmark and see what they're doing and yet we're still in the shadow of London despite the talent we have here.
"It does feel a little like handing over your baby but I live on Skye and I feel very strongly there isn't enough material that originates in Scotland being made here.
Chris opted last winter to work on Bannan over The Inbetweeners sequel, which sees the boys on a gap year before going to university.
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Chris is working alongside director and ex River City star Tony Kearney on Bannan, which follows the story of a young girl's return to an island community she left years ago.
And far from retreating to a self imposed exile, the award winning film maker has told London telly bigwigs he'll happily do business with them but only if they come to Skye.
Now Chris, who worked on the adolescent hit from its earliest days through to its multi million pound box office success, has signalled his intention to lure fans from mainstream shows such as River City and even compared his new project to Danish hits The Killing and Borgen.
"The fact that this is going to be subtitled makes it very accessible.
of those Danish shows, are a clear indication that something like this can have a mass appeal.
"We're keeping it in a Tommy Hilfiger T Shirts India fictional setting, in the same way as The Inbetweeners wasn't in Kent, or Surrey or Reading. It was just fictional suburbia.
"It gives it universal appeal."
"There hasn't been any drama on BBC Alba and I've been very keen about trying to change that, both for the Gaelic speaking audience, and a lot of people who watch BBC Alba who don't speak Gaelic.
"Channel 4 are running a French zombie drama at 10pm.
"The referendum debate is making people ask what sort of film and TV industry do we want in Scotland and to what extent are we making things here that are from here?
"Audiences are much more sophisticated now. There's a much wider choice, so we can be bold in the decisions we make as producers."
He said: "I'd hope people will access it in the same way as they watched The Killing and Borgen.
Featuring eight main characters, it is set on a fictional Hebridean island. The cast features Kathleen MacInness, the Gaelic musician and actress from South Uist, among a host of jobbing thesps and Peigi Wood, an 84 year old retired hotel worker from Kyle of Lochalsh.
The Gaelic speaking producer, whose other credits include Gregory's Two Girls and Edinburgh indie flick Festival, didn't rule out high profile cameo appearances if the initial three episodes are given the green light.
Skye based Chris Young, who spun box office gold from cult E4 comedy series The Inbetweeners, started filming three pilot episodes for the Gaelic channel on the island this week.
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