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21st September 2017
Taron Egerton and Colin Firth team up with Halle Berry and Julianne Moore, among others in the new Kingsman: The Golden Circle – the second outing of this British action franchise. Once again London boroughs were keen to help out. In this trailer, you’ll catch a glimpse of a brilliant stunt in the show’s famous black taxi filmed in... Read more
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12th September 2017
The Williams brother screen writers, Harry and Jack, said they were skipping off to the pub on Monday night – avoiding questions about which of their competing thriller series to watch – Liar on ITV or Rellik on the BBC. Film officers, residents and council workers across London who’d played their own small roles in each drama had to... Read more
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6th September 2017
Two Ian McEwan novels have been adapted into films premiering at the Toronto International Film Festival – which starts tomorrow September 7th. On Chesil Beach, stars Saoirse Ronan and Billy Howle, while Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci and Fionn Whitehead play the leads in The Children Act. FilmFixer client boroughs provided some locations for both. FilmFixer director Andrew Pavord explains,... Read more
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Nobody seemed very surprised at who, it transpired, dunnit, in this week's concluding episode of Strike: The Cuckoo’s Calling on BBC One. But nobody really minded and we can't wait for Strike's next installment this Sunday with the new two-part mystery The Silkworm. What resonated was the characterisation as Tom Burke’s grumpy private sleuth Cormoran Strike slouched his way... Read more
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22nd June 2017
The new Transformers film opens tomorrow on general release, having crashed and sped its way around London in the making. This fifth outing for the film franchise is called The Last Knight, take a look at the trailer here. But it is not all stunts, CGI and scrap metal, London has lent some of its rarified charm, particularly in... Read more
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10th June 2017
Fearless, the new ITV series starting on Monday, draws on the tense relationship between Suffolk and London locations to express the lead character’s complicated psyche. In the show, London-based solicitor Emma has spent her early career in Suffolk. Now, she is convinced her client has been wrongly convicted for the murder of a Suffolk school girl. Helen McCrory stars... Read more
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4th June 2017
Lambeth helped Tom Cruise out with some of the most exciting sequences in The Mummy, which opens on June 9th. Take a look at the trailer here. Traffic and passers by had to be managed during filming one Sunday in August last year, as scenes on Waterloo Bridge were filmed from a helicopter. This is how it looked to... Read more
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21st April 2017
War romance Their Finest premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, and has now opened on general release in the UK, bringing humour and warmth to the days of London in the blitz. The film about filmmaking was itself a significant shoot, bringing hundreds of cast and crew into our streets in September 2015, including stars Gemma Arterton, Sam Claflin,... Read more
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11th April 2017
London's Black Panther movement has long been overlooked, left in the shadow of the American movement, but Idris Elba stars in a six-part series starting on Thursday basing the struggle firmly in our capital. The Sky Atlantic show was written by John Ridley - also behind 12 Years a Slave - who brought casts of up to 450 into... Read more
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15th March 2017
The Sense of an Ending asks us to re-think – among many things – the way we treat one another. And how did the London-based production treat its Indian director Ritesh Batra? He told The Washington Post, “It took me a while to understand British reserve. I was used to being in Bombay, or New York or Mexico City,... Read more
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1st March 2017
Jane Tennison in 1973 might be a doe-eyed police newbie, a long way from becoming the iconic Prime Suspect character we last saw in 2006. But the series doesn't shy away from car chases, gunfire and explosions, in the prequel series starting on Thursday on ITV. Here's the trailer. London’s communities worked together with the production to make the... Read more
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22nd February 2017
Stan Lee’s Lucky Man returns for a second Sky 1 series on Friday, with James Nesbitt as Detective Inspector Clayton. Take a look at the trailer. Nesbitt has told reporters, “They say that you make your own luck and I’m pleased to say that in this case we did! I’m delighted that Lucky Man was so popular with viewers... Read more
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14th February 2017
The BBC One series adapts Len Deighton’s ’78 novel in which German forces patrol and repress London-life in the early 40s. The London locations were filmed in boroughs including Camden, Islington, Haringey, Lambeth and Croydon. Starting on BBC One on Sunday (February 19th), the mini-series is named after the SS branch controlling Great Britain. It follows London police Detective... Read more
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22nd January 2017
Emily Watson and Ben Chaplin are steaming up our TV screens on Sunday nights in the BBC’s hot psychological thriller Apple Tree Yard – which starts tonight. Take a look at the trailer here. Watson plays a successful scientist and married mother of two, who starts up a risky affair with a stranger. The passion takes place in all... Read more
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9th January 2017
London’s most resident-friendly production for 2016 was, without question, ITV’s thriller series, Unforgotten 2, which started last Thursday (January 5) to rave reviews. Making donations to resident groups across London throughout the shoot, and using low-impact techniques to film, the nimble production shot on location across Camden, Islington, Southwark, Haringey and Lambeth over the summer. Take a look at... Read more
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27th December 2016
Death in Paradise brings its mind-boggling murder mysteries to London in a special two-part episode for the new series, starting up on BBC1 at 9pm on January 5th It was a rare treat to be helping one of our favourite TV hits with locations in our part of the world. The series is set in the fictional Caribbean island... Read more
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With every year the excitement grows as fans from all over the world track any information they can find about filming, and head to London to catch a glimpse of the stars at work. It’s not just the global fans who look forward to Sherlock on New Year’s Day. At FilmFixer, we look forward to helping out, with Camden’s... Read more
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Lambeth sits at the heart of a new filmic ode to London, featuring Idris Elba and Gemma Arterton in its ensemble cast. In A Hundred Streets, very different lives, led within a mile of each other, are inter-woven. Filmed between August and October 2014, Elba and Arterton play a former rugby player and his estranged wife. A singing cabbie... Read more
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1st November 2016
Islington took Bob the cat and his sidekick James very much into their hearts, when the pair were down on their luck, and used to busk outside Angel tube station. The Islington Tribune published a story about them, seen by a literary agent, who helped arrange the book deal for A Street Cat Named Bob – which went on... Read more
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31st October 2016
The story of Damilola Taylor’s family coping with their son’s tragic and infamous death has been worked into a film for BBC One. It is written by Lewisham resident Levi David Addai and produced by Minnow Films. Southwark residents will be moved by the film’s familiarity, with many scenes shot locally, reminding us of the news images telling the... Read more
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Dubbed the “classiest possible soap opera” a fictionalised series about the Queen’s life, The Crown, cost Netflix over £100 million. The first series starts on November 4th, here’s the trailer. Its lavish production filmed across London’s stunning period locations in Haringey, Bromley, Lambeth, Southwark and Camden for both this series and the next – which is already being shot.... Read more
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6th October 2016
Lord Sugar can terrify whom he likes; for us, The Apprentice is one great big caper across some of our favourite London haunts, filmed between April and June this year. FilmFixer’s support is recognised on the credits this year, on behalf of our client boroughs Camden, Islington, Lambeth, Southwark, Haringey, Kingston, Merton and Lewisham. Most impressive is of course,... Read more
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5th October 2016
The London Film Festival’s premiere of A United Kingdom shines a spotlight on Lambeth. Set in 1948, the film tells the true story of Botswanan prince Seretse Khama, white clerk Ruth Williams, and the international incident their marriage triggered. With Ruth's family home set in Whittlesey Street, the production generously donated to Lambeth Estates Residents Association and Hatch Row... Read more
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Opening soon, Steven Spielberg's adaptation of The Big Friendly Giant should look familiar. Not just because we all loved the children’s books, nor because Mark Rylance stars in the title role. Many of its atmospheric streetscapes are drawn from Camden neighbourhoods, around Hampstead station, including Church Row in particular. Bedford Square’s terraced houses feature as well. Nearby in Haringey,... Read more
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16th June 2016
The world's eyes will be on Westminster for the June 23rd EU Referendum – with the media pitching up along the Albert Embankment for views across the River Thames to the Houses and Parliament and Big Ben. Whether you’re in or out – “this” position in Lambeth sets the scene. Associated Press, CNBC, NBC, France 2 and 3, teams... Read more
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Sweetie darling, how London has missed Ab Fab. Patsy and Edina are back but now they’ve only gone and killed Kate Moss. Or have they? Southwark’s stretch of the River Thames sees Kate met by Jean Paul Gaultier, who’s out on the beach with a metal detector. And Patsy and Eddie make their way to the Kate Moss shrine,... Read more
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BBC One’s New Blood brings a youthful twist to the crime genre – saddling its fresh detectives with university loans, poor job security, and unable to buy a place to live in London. It starts tomorrow at 9pm. Adding to this honesty about London-life, Stefan and Rash are first generation – hailing from widely differing family backgrounds. The contrasts... Read more
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6th May 2016
Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant graced the capital between May and July last year, while filming the biopic Florence Foster Jenkins, with a number of our buildings standing in for New York locations. Brixton Academy was used in Lambeth, including its back courtyard. Florence gets out of a cab, aghast by her surroundings, wondering whether the character Cosme McMoon... Read more
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23rd April 2016
New Sunday night BBC drama Undercover has millions of us gripped – and possibly a bit confused. But we don’t mind, as we get behind Sophie Okonedo’s thrilling character – a top-flight lawyer, unaware her husband of 20 years is an undercover policeman spying on her. Shot between July last year and January, locations across London, in Merton, Southwark,... Read more
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8th April 2016
Croydon teenager treated to work experience with Kevin Costner and Tommy Lee Jones during local Criminal filming At last, London’s role in a huge Kevin Costner thriller hits the big screen, as Criminal – set to be a blockbuster – opens next week on April 15th. The excitement at the time of filming included a helicopter landing on Fairfield... Read more
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1st April 2016
London’s ongoing creation of landmarks, its constant building, sits at the heart of a new thriller by the man who wrote iconic Scandi drama The Bridge. Hans Rosenfeldt’s new eight-part police thriller, starring Anna Friel, starts on Monday on ITV. Take a look at the trailer here. FilmFixer was delighted to support the project across six London borough film... Read more
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7th March 2016
Box office hit London Has Fallen sees Big Ben and Parliament exploding, along with other key landmarks, leaving only Gerard Butler to save the day. The world’s leaders have gathered for the Prime Minister’s state funeral – creating the perfect opportunity for terrorists to assassinate them all in one go. Take a look at the trailer here. Key sequences... Read more
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12th February 2016
It’s a glossy, globe-trotting thriller – so expect some of our favourite London locations to take their place alongside the exotic and glamorous. The contemporary John Le Carre adaptation The Night Manager is coming to BBC One on February 21st as a six-part series. The production used Morocco to depict Turkey and Egypt, Mallorca for the Mediterranean countries and... Read more
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15th January 2016
Stan Lee’s latest super hero, Lucky Man, is a Londoner, whose adventures hit our small screens on Sky 1 next Friday, January 22nd, at 9pm, showing the capital at its most slick and mysterious. Southwark, Lambeth, Lewisham, Islington and Camden all set the action-packed stage for star James Nesbitt and his super-power of good luck. Take a look at... Read more
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8th January 2016
The final series of Mr Selfridge, starting tonight at 9pm on ITV, plays out across period London, where the real man made and lost his fame and fortune. Camden, Islington, Lambeth, Southwark and Haringey have all provided backdrops, since filming began five years ago. The show was originally set in 1908, progressing through the decades from there. Tonight’s episode... Read more
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DATE: Wednesday 20th January 2016 TIME: 7.00-9.30pm WHERE: Goldsmiths Hall The Production Guild is running a locations department speed networking event to encourage new working relationships and opportunities. We're introducing location managers to less experienced locations personnel. The carousel networking format will ensure everyone has the chance to get to know each other in a stunning setting. Goldsmiths Hall... Read more
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14th December 2015
If there’s one character that never gets fired on The Apprentice, it’s London – as the candidates’ home and backdrop to their business tasks – year after year. The new series was filmed in May and June, with the candidates moving into a house in Camden, and stepping out each morning for the punishing schedule of tasks located across... Read more
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23rd November 2015
The snow FX is settling, as the latest Christmas ad we helped hits the small screen today. Take a look here at Quality Street's new commercial, The First Sign of Christmas. The chocolate brand chose Clarence Way in Camden as its idyllic street, in which a father and daughter notice chocolate wrappers floating from the sky, and turning to... Read more
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13th November 2015
“It’s essential for crews and productions to remember that real life comes first” Set in the real street, almost unchanged, and indeed the real Alan Bennett home where the story took place, it was always going to take a community effort to render Lady in the Van on the big screen. The film opens today. Take a look at... Read more
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6th November 2015
Hot on the heels of his role as Q in Spectre, Ben Whishaw hits our small screens in the BBC2 thriller London Spy. As the title suggests, this London-centric update to the British spy genre makes full use of the capital’s disturbing qualities. At a recent screening, Ben Whishaw said he was attracted to the script’s potent vision of... Read more
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5th November 2015
Kill Your Friends is a dark British comedy set in 1990s London at the height of the Britpop craze. Take a look at the trailer. Nicolas Hoult stars as the antihero Steven Stelfox, an A&R man working for a middling record label who'll go to extreme lengths to salvage his dwindling career. Kill Your Friends filmed all over London,... Read more
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Burnt combines three of our favourite things - food, Bradley Cooper and great locations! Here's the trailer. Bradley Cooper stars as Adam Jones, a rebellious two-Michelin star chef on a mission to get the fabled third star and turn his life around. London sets the scene for Adam Jones to redeem himself after his disastrous past and FilmFixer was... Read more
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25th October 2015
James Bond charges back to London in Spectre, hailed with rave reviews by the critics. The rest of us can’t wait to see the film, opening tomorrow. We’ve grown to expect iconic London sequences, as a key ingredient in the winning formula. And Spectre is no exception. While filming some of these, the production gave local film trainees a... Read more
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13th October 2015
London imported our own Swede for a new Scandi-style thriller, with a twist. Stellan Skarsgård makes his way around no less than seven London boroughs as River, the grief-stricken detective who is haunted by murder victims. The BBC1 drama, called River, starts tonight. Here’s the trailer. Even River’s cop partner, joshing and laughing with him, is a figment of... Read more
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9th October 2015
Islington’s Myddelton Square is at the very heart of the Suffragette movement, in the new movie opening on Monday October 12th. The houses and street-lighting in the square were perfect for the scene, providing rare access to appropriate period architecture. Meryl Streep (playing Emmeline Pankhurst) addresses the crowd from a balcony in the square, which is part of resident... Read more
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6th October 2015
Michaela Coel, who wrote and stars in Chewing Gum, starting on E4 tonight, invited young Islingtonians on to the set, during filming on the Andover Estate. Ten young people involved in the local performance organisation Platform spent time behind the scenes, learning how the filming process worked. And then, were invited to a question and answer session, where Michaela... Read more
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5th October 2015
The old boys in New Tricks – and their younger woman boss – are finally going back into retirement, for once and for all. Tomorrow night’s episode marks the end of a 12-year-run for the BBC crime comedy. The last episode ever airs on Tuesday October 6th. Here’s the series trailer. The team’s escapades took them all across London... Read more
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8th September 2015
London’s most infamous gangsters terrorised large swathes of the capital – again – last summer, all with the support of residents. The result, the Kray twins biopic Legend, opens tomorrow. Just as Tom Hardy doubles up as both twins, much of London doubled up as the period backdrop to their notorious lives, from Islington and Southwark to Lewisham and... Read more
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11th August 2015
Russia cooperates with its Cold War enemy, America, in Guy Ritchie’s upcoming action comedy The Man from UNCLE. In a massive act of cooperation, a plethora of London authorities and residents partnered to make key sequences of the film possible. It opens on August 14th – here’s the trailer. Over six chilly weeks in autumn 2013 complicated stunt sequences... Read more
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Simon Pegg, with the help of the Monty Python team, blows up Islington’s old Ashmount School in the upcoming sci-fi comedy Absolutely Anything. As a gesture of thanks to residents, the production donated to a charity providing food and shelter for the homeless locally during the winter months. Dorothy Leng, who chairs the Whitehall Park Area Resident's Association, said... Read more
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28th July 2015
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, is just the latest blockbuster making a new start possible for homeless young people in Lambeth. Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg and the Impossible Missions Force return to our big screens on July 31st with the fifth in the action thriller series, already predicted to be a box office hit. Take a look at the... Read more
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26th July 2015
Agatha Christie’s publishers were always demanding more Poirot, so for respite, over more than 50 years, she retreated into the world of her favourite married couple, writing fresh adventures for Tommy and Tuppence. Dedicated by Christie, “to all those who lead monotonous lives in the hope that they may experience at second hand the delights and dangers of adventure,”... Read more
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16th July 2015
What does summer in the city look like? Lambeth's Brockwell Park. Take a look at Tinie Tempah’s summer video Not Letting Go, as he and Jess Glynne strut around cars, with the crowd behind them. It’s an unmistakably hip Lambeth setting. Here's the video. And there's Sainsbury’s Get Summer Started campaign where families are making the most of summer... Read more
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28th June 2015
The Lloyds Bank horse, in its latest ad, clip clops down a Lambeth Street, set in the 1960s. To an acoustic version of Wings by Birdy, a little girl in pigtails races down Whittlesey Street after a horse drawn milk float. The combination is a well-played attempt to warm our cockles, bringing back the iconic black horse for the... Read more
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10th June 2015
BBC One’s new thriller series The Interceptor has been described as a riot of action, drama and suspense – it starts tonight at 9pm. Its complex filming schedule across the capital would not have been possible without the support of multiple authorities and London residents themselves. Through spring and summer last year, we were pleased to negotiate across all... Read more
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5th June 2015
Pierce Brosnan plays a scowling bad guy for a change, in the thriller Survivor, up against Milla Jovovich, who’s a US security agent gone rogue. They tear around London in a load of action-packed scenes we helped to arrange, before the plot moves to New York. Take a look at the trailer here. Brosnan crouches on the roof of... Read more
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22nd May 2015
Chock full of our locations, Man Up’s trailer shows off London as the last word in romantic backdrops, ahead of the film’s launch on May 29th. Take a look here. In a flawless English accent, US actress Lake Bell plays a 34-year-old exhausted from endless futile set ups by well-meaning but clueless friends. As she travels across London to... Read more
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8th May 2015
Long-running series Spooks is all grown up and made into a movie, released today, called Spooks: The Greater Good. The spy thriller stars Kit Harington and Jennifer Ehle, alongside mainstay Peter Firth who has played Sir Harry Pearce, the head of counter-terrorism, since the series began. Take a look at the trailer here. We couldn’t be more proud, having... Read more
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7th May 2015
Regardless of political positions, we're providing the perfect camera positions for election coverage. From serious news to political satire, we’re hosting election teams for local, national, and international broadcasters. Our Lambeth position on the Albert Embankment features the Houses of Parliament as a backdrop. On Potters Fields in Southwark the London Assembly, Tower Bridge and Tower of London are... Read more
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16th March 2015
Gravediggers at Streatham Cemetery in south London put their shovels to work for Sean Penn’s new action thriller The Gunman, opening on Friday this week (March 20th). Lambeth Council’s cemetery management team is used to accommodating filming but this was the biggest shoot they have helped with, so far. They dug the grave for the production, dressed it with... Read more
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6th March 2015
The Beano took it's legendary pranks to Lambeth yesterday - calling on a dancing gorilla, marching band, skateboarders and somersaulting ninjas to subvert World Book Day in favour of World Menace Day. Beano author Steven Butler wrote The Diary of Dennis the Menace: World Menace Day especially for World Book Day. In the street and in Clapham Library, residents... Read more
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19th January 2015
Johnny Depp capers about London in his new art heist comedy Mortdecai, taking in many of our client locations. The star-studded premiere is this evening, with the general release on Friday. Owing the British government money, the bumbling Mortdecai is coaxed into helping solve a recent murder and art theft. His man servant played by Paul Bettany and “impossibly... Read more
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2nd December 2014
Lambeth residents are urged to participate in the filming that happens on their doorstep – with a new website devoted to local filming news. The new site: www.lambethfilmoffice.co.uk includes stories about recent filming, background on famous films that shot locally in the past, and encourages everyone to join residents groups in order to get involved. London is the third... Read more
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13th November 2014
Following its pilot episode earlier this year, directed by Danny Boyle, the full six-part series hits TV screens from tonight at 10pm on Channel 4 – showcasing London magnificently. Starring James Nesbitt and Brit Marling, the comedy drama plays with the difficulties of managing PR for a modern police force. In tonight’s opening episode, the force helps out a... Read more
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6th November 2014
London hits its annual crescendo this weekend – the 799-year-old Lord Mayor's Show ushers back a massive procession of horses, coaches and floats, and a river pageant, topped off with fireworks in the evening. The show inspired Samuel Pepys, who mentions it in his diaries, along with Hogarth and Canaletto, who painted it. So, where do you go to... Read more
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13th October 2014
We’re urging young people in our client boroughs of Lambeth, Southwark and Redbridge to apply for film funding. London Calling and London Calling Plus are short film funding schemes aimed at giving more opportunities to London’s new and emerging talent. And they’re now open for applications. Click here for more information. Apply by 12 midday on Friday 22 October... Read more
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6th October 2014
James Norton plays a jazz loving vicar all red-blooded women would invite in for tea: starting tonight, in ITV’s Grantchester at 9pm. FilmFixer was involved in much of the London filming – part of Lower Marsh Road in Lambeth was converted into Soho in 1953, where the clergyman Sidney Chambers visits a favourite jazz club. As part of this shoot... Read more
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19th September 2014
How iconic is London? Iconic enough to feature in Apple's iWatch trailer, introduced by Sir Jony Ive. We at FilmFixer were delighted to play a small role, in making the stunning view from the Albert Embankment, in our client borough Lambeth, available for the shoot. You'll catch it at 6 minutes, 22 seconds in and then towards the end.... Read more
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Welcome to our update, including a new regular feature in which we meet inspirational people from the industry. This quarter, we highlight the work of Jonah Coombes. Jonah's consistent approach to positive community engagement has long attracted our admiration. He discusses his efforts on shoots including Breaking and Entering, Rush, Paddington and upcoming Lady and the Van. Meet Jonah... Read more
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The British Film Commission has been working with the government and industry to address issues around planning for the temporary use of buildings and exterior space for filming. The British Film Commission said that it is very grateful to government, having recognised the economic and cultural benefits of film and television production, both on a national and local level,... Read more
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30th July 2014
“Busy and paid” – the film industry helped transform the lives of eight young people – culminating in work this month on the Lambeth set of the new British crime thriller Legend. Now turned peer mentors, they are encouraging the next group of young people to sign up for a week’s free film training in Vauxhall Gardens Estate, this... Read more
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2nd July 2014
Islington, Lambeth, Camden and Southwark all play roles in BBC2’s new drama starting tomorrow night, The Honourable Woman. Starring Maggie Gyllenhaal as Nessa Stein, the eight-part thriller follows a British businesswoman through her dealings, amid the conflict, in the Middle East. Although her father was an arms manufacturer, Stein is an idealist who has moved his company into telecommunications... Read more
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Lambeth’s extraordinary West Norwood Cemetery offers 40 acres of picturesque locations on a gently rolling hill with views over South London. The Victorian era lawns, and gothic revival architecture are laid out alongside an exceptional neoclassical Greek Orthodox necropolis. It’s said to have the best collection of sepulchral monuments in London. The entrance gate railings remain historically accurate spice... Read more
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2nd May 2014
Kiefer Sutherland explodes back onto our small screens this month in the latest of the hit series 24: Live Another Day. After four years off the grid, Sutherland’s character Jack Bauer surfaces in exile in London, risking his life to protect the world from another disaster. A multitude of thrilling sequences has given FilmFixer the opportunity to mine a fantastic... Read more
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18th April 2014
News has been circulating about a far-reaching OpenSSL vulnerability called Heartbleed which makes it possible for third-parties to access data – even though the data was believed to be secure and encrypted as it passed between a web browser and a server. The security of all FilmApp’s client data is critically important to us. We would like to reassure... Read more
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6th February 2014
The makers of Secret Service, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Colin Firth, are giving 10 young people from Lambeth the chance to break into the film industry. Those involved admit the industry can be a very closed network, doors opening thanks only to contacts, and that the industry could do with some fresh blood. FilmFixer organised the Secret Service... Read more
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28th January 2014
Lambeth offers urban cool here at Stockwell Park Estate. Graffiti walls, walkways, arches and a skatepark are all in the one location. Little Mix agreed, recently, filming their video for ‘Little Me’ here. Click here to take a look part time jobs in nyc And click here for images of the estate on FilmFixer's web pages.  Read more
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16th December 2013
We’ve had a bumper 2013 in which film days doubled to over 6,500 and our team of fixers tripled to meet the new demands. With Islington, Lambeth, Kingston and Croydon joining FilmFixer this year, we have grown into the one-stop service for sourcing London locations and making sure filming across our boroughs is safe and well controlled. In addition... Read more
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6th July 2013
paper writing service In May, FilmFixer, the independent film office business, was awarded the contract to run the film offices of London boroughs Islington and Lambeth as well as retaining its role as Camden’s film office.  This makes FilmFixer the largest film office in the UK, responsible for over 6,500 film days per annum.  In addition, in March the... Read more
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6th May 2013
Karen Everett – joint founder FilmFixer Karen Everett has worked in the Film and TV industry for over ten years.  After a varied career as a freelancer, Karen began working with Little Wing Films as Head of Production, overseeing 14 feature films in total. Projects included Pure, Two Men Went to War, American Cousins and 9 Dead Gay Guys.... Read more

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