Kingston and Lewisham plays 80s Hackney in Idris Elba’s new series

We all love Idris Elba and we love the fact that his new comedy series co-stars Kingston and Lewisham – […]

Posted on 24th March 2018 by filmfixerlise

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Real schools, fake hospitals used in ITV’s Trauma starting soon

In ITV’s new drama Trauma, key hospital scenes were filmed in fact at Regents Place a retail, residential and office […]

Posted on 10th February 2018 by filmfixerlise

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London’s a Turkish delight for Dylan O’Brien and Michael Keaton in American Assassin

With the release of American Assassin starring Michael Keaton and Dylan O’Brien, it’s time for London to celebrate its role […]

Posted on 14th September 2017 by filmfixerlise

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Striking success: JK Rowling’s new TV gumshoe captured London’s spirit

Nobody seemed very surprised at who, it transpired, dunnit, in this week’s concluding episode of Strike: The Cuckoo’s Calling on […]

Posted on 6th September 2017 by filmfixerlise

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London provides period and modern day locations for Man in an Orange Shirt

With the second and final episode screening on Monday on BBC2, Man in an Orange Shirt tells the wrenching story […]

Posted on 5th August 2017 by filmfixerlise

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A heath man’s shack is his castle in Hampstead, opening this week

Locals will get a sneak peek at the new film Hampstead this week at The Everyman – ahead of the […]

Posted on 14th June 2017 by filmfixerlise

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New ITV series Fearless uncovered fresh locations across London

Fearless, the new ITV series starting on Monday, draws on the tense relationship between Suffolk and London locations to express […]

Posted on 10th June 2017 by filmfixerlise

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Creating the icon: Prime Suspect 1973 filmed across London

Jane Tennison in 1973 might be a doe-eyed police newbie, a long way from becoming the iconic Prime Suspect character […]

Posted on 1st March 2017 by filmfixerlise

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Apple Tree Yard steams up London locations

Emily Watson and Ben Chaplin are steaming up our TV screens on Sunday nights in the BBC’s hot psychological thriller […]

Posted on 22nd January 2017 by filmfixerlise

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Kingston Film Office representatives:

Raffaella Lobb
Film Officer

info@kingstonfilmoffice.co.uk
020 7620 0391

24hr emergency phone: 07919 002 115
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