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Kent Film Office

Kent Film Office The role and priorities of Kent County Council’s Film Office   The Kent Film Office was established in 2006 as an economic development initiative of Kent County Council. The Kent Film Office generates inward investment from the film and broadcast industries into the Kent economy. Since its launch, the Film Office has […]

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Kent Film TV Board

Information regarding the Kent Film and Television Board In December 2006, the Kent Film Office invited key industry and industry related persons from Kent to act as advocates and ambassadors to help encourage more film and television productions to locate in Kent for the economic benefits to the county. These persons formed The Kent Film and […]

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Kent Filming Partnership

Introduction Kent has long recognised the economic benefits of filming. The increase in employment, tourism and the direct spend into the local economy make a strong case for supporting the development of Kent as a film location. By working together we can make Kent a truly film friendly county ensuring that we maximise the benefits […]

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KFP – The Agreement

The Kent Filming Partnership recognises the importance of attracting filming to the local economy and understands the significant impacts filming can bring to the county through local employment, training opportunities, tourism and direct location spend. The Kent Filming Partnership recognises that, by ensuring that Kent citizens benefit from any filming in their area and that […]

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KFP – Best Practice

Introduction This document is intended to provide a guide for best filming practices for Kent’s local authorities, emergency services including Kent Police, Highways and Borough/District Councils, as well as private stakeholders. The document is intended only as a guide and is not an exhaustive list. It is intended to evolve alongside the services we provide […]

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KFP – Code of Practice

THE KENT FILM OFFICE was created to deliver a front line service to film-makers and film productions from around the world. Together with our partner agencies, we recognise the many business and tourism benefits that filming brings to the county. We thus encourage any filming undertaken with care and responsibility and aim to make Kent […]

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KFP – A-Z Guidelines

Definitions ‘Production’ refers to a Producer, Location Manager, Production Company or Production Manager or any authorised officer or employee of such a company or its agents. ‘Highways Authority’ defines the body responsible for managing and maintaining all aspects of the highway. ‘Film Contact’ denotes the person appointed by the any given organisation, agency, private company, […]

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KFP – Members

A list of companies and public agencies who have signed up to the Kent Filming Partnership                                                                                                        […]

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