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Promoting the New Forest as a Location for Film & TV

18 July, 2016 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

The New Forest has much to offer filmmakers from the opulence of Somerley House to the industrial backdrops of the Hythe chemical plant with hundreds of woodland, urban and seaside landscapes in between; the region has already been the backdrop to many productions, doubling for Miami in the soon-to-be released The Infiltrator, Sherwood Forest in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves and Fawley Power Station doubling as a Moroccan Power Plant for Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation.  Television and film productions are constantly looking for new and interesting properties/land to use as film locations – and they will pay to use yours!

To find out how you can get involved in filming in The New Forest,  Creative England invite you to attend a Locations Event to find out how to you can make the most of the Film & TV industry and help us put filmmaking in the New Forest on the map.

Speakers include:
Hayley Armstrong, Creative England’s Production Liaison Manager for the East & South East of England who will be explaining the process of registering your property for potential filming.

Jane Riddiford from Beaulieu House will be answering questions about their recent experience of hosting film crews large and small on their estate and how they manage working with a film crew.

Harriet Lawrence, experienced Location Manager whose credits include Suffragette and Downton Abbey will be talking about what to expect when a film crew arrives, how much money you can charge and giving an overview of what filming entails when shooting on location.

Who should attend?
Local land owners, hoteliers, attractions, local residents owning properties such as pubs, warehouses, cottages, mansions, churches, cinemas who want to attract filming to their location.

Tea and coffee will be served on arrival at 10am

To book your place for free please follow the link below.

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