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Wrotham Park

For our latest production we had the pleasure of filming at a location full of history and prestige. Constructed in 1754 by Isaac Ware for Admiral John Byng, this neo-Palladian mansion has remained in the Byng family ever since and is one of the largest private estates within the M25 motorway. The beautiful Wrotham Park, known for its distinctive exterior and classical interior has regularly been used as a filming location. Most notably, it was the main location for the Oscar-winning mystery drama, Gosford Park (2001), which featured some of Britain’s greatest acting talents including Maggie Smith, Michael Gambon and Helen Mirren.
Wrotham Park website: http://www.wrothampark.com/

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 12:15

Good Films is going to Japan and Adfest 2015!

Good Films is soon to be going on an adventure to Asia. We cannot contain our excitement! Firstly, we will be flying over to Tokyo to visit some of our favourite clients who we have had the pleasure to work with for many years. Not only are we going to one of the greatest cities in the world but also to Adfest 2015 which will be held in Pattaya, Thailand. Adfest is an annual advertising festival celebrating and raising the standard of creativity. It provides a platform for creative talent to be showcased and recognised but also provides an opportunity to learn through seeing such creative work, listening to inspiring talent, and exchanging ideas. Adfest website: http://www.adfest.com/

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 15:16

British Museum taken over by Hollywood

London’s very own British Museum was paid a visit by some of Hollywood’s finest. Ben Stiller returns to his role as the night watchman in the final instalment of the Night at the Museum trilogy, bringing him across the Atlantic to the home of Good Films. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb brings back our favourite characters of the franchise played by Hollywood’s finest talent. Ben Stiller is joined by Owen Wilson, Rebel Wilson and the legendary Robin Williams, who can be seen in his last performance before his untimely departure. The film also features some of Britain’s great exports including the likes of Steve Coogan, the magnificent Ben Kingsley and the hilarious Rick Gervais, who we have had the pleasure to work with.
Good Films commends the production team for successfully filming in such a complex location. With a crew of 200, the British museum was shot with heavy duty kit including a whopping 40 ton crane. Making things a little more interesting, the film featured live animals such as horses and even a capuchin monkey. All this could not have been done without the organization and professionalism of the British Museum’s film liaising team who have been praised hugely by the production team.

Monday, 22 December 2014 18:07

James Bond spotted near the Good Films Office!

Daniel Craig was spotted a stones throw away from the Good Films offices. Making waves on the canal that runs through Camden Town, the 007 agent was filming the first scenes for Spectre, the next highly anticipated James Bond film. Spectre, like all James Bond films, will be shot on various locations around the world including Rome, Mexico City, Morocco and our favourite city, London!
Camden Lock becomes an elaborate film Pic Gideon Hart Photography www.gideonhart.com

Wednesday, 17 December 2014 16:53

Paddington Bears take over London

Primrose Hill was full of film crews this year – and Paddington Bear was shooting in Chalcot Crescent as well – it is even featured on one of the posters. A whole gang of beautiful Paddingtons have been scattered across London, which will be auctioned to raise money for the NSPCC – and this gorgeous one was happily waving his hat to everyone on Primrose Hill today! Check out the web site – www.visitlondon.com/paddington/

Tuesday, 16 December 2014 17:00