Filming In England Partnership

Film:New Forest is thrilled to be a part of Creative England’s new Filming in England Partnership, which connects different organisations across England, outside of London, to create the most film friendly environment possible.

With England being the production destination of choice for recent films and high-end television productions including Warner Bros. The Batman, Universal’s Jurassic World: Dominion, Netflix’s The Crown, BBC’s Small Axe and Sky Atlantic’s Tin Star, this comprehensive resource will help filmmakers from across the world to connect with England’s breath-taking scenery, modern and historic buildings, expert crew and world-leading facilities.

Convened by Creative England and created with England's Film Offices as founding members, the Partnership connects organisations ranging from local authorities and studios to national organisations such as British Film Commission, National Trust and English Heritage to ensure that England has the most film friendly environment possible.  The partnership compliments Film London’s established and successful London Filming Partnership launched in 2005, to welcome and encourage filmmaking in the capital.

Hayley Armstrong, Head of Production Services at Creative England, said: “We are delighted to launch the new Filming in England website and hope that it will prove to be a valuable resource for film production companies the world over. With production activity resuming, and the launch of the Film & TV Production Restart Scheme, it has never been more important to showcase the incredible scope of locations and filming expertise we have on offer in England. From Star Wars to The Crown, Paddington to Peaky Blinders, England’s stunning scenery, experienced crew and world class studios make it one of the best places in the world to film. We are also delighted to announce our new Filming in England Partnership, which connects organisations across England, outside of London, for the first time. Working in partnership with film offices, local authorities and organisations across the country, we know that by working together, we can help the sector bounce back from the effects of the on-going pandemic and maintain England’s reputation as one of the best locations in the world.”

Filming in England Partnership Website

There is also a great new website, which brings together a comprehensive directory of locations, crew, facilities, production expertise and studio infrastructure from across the English regions.

Find out more by visiting their new website: