The London area offers the advantage of having a wide variety of landscapes and ancient structures that a director can use over the course of the production. London is steeped in a rich history and is filled with iconic locations along with museums, galleries, and a healthy night life.
The UK offers both state of the art studio facilities suitable for the biggest movie productions and a variety of locations that encompass gritty urban scenes, unique historical sites and attention-grabbing natural backdrops.
England, Northern Ireland, Wales & Scotland has lush green meadows, rocky ancient sites, forests and lush beaches.
Talent! Best place for English speaking Actors. And of course top crews and equipment.
Tax reliefs for film, high-end television and animation have made production in the UK more attractive than ever.
Harry Potter and Doctor Who, the compelling TV series Game of Thrones, Line of Duty and Peaky Blinders, the Planet Earth and Blue Planet nature documentaries, and action movie franchises including the Bond series, Star Wars, and Avengers: Infinity War.
UK filmmakers and TV producers are recognised The Office, Wallace and Gromit, The Thick of It and The Queen
The independent television sector is responsible for some of the most iconic and groundbreaking television formats seen around the world. From formats like The X-Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Who Wants to be a Millionaire? and Love Island to scripted dramas like Sherlock and Downton Abbey,
Country Code: +44
Time Zone : UK (GMT+1)
Major Airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast ..
Spring (March, April and May) is a time for sudden rain showers, blossoming trees and flowering plants.
Summer (June, July and August) is the UK's warmest season, with long sunny days, occasional thunderstorms and, in some years, heatwaves.
Autumn (September, October and November) can be mild and dry or wet and windy.
Winter ( December, January ) Cold.