Kent Film Office 
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Filming In Kent

General Information

The Kent Film Office is your first port of call for productions thinking about filming in Kent.  Since its launch we have assisted many productions such as World War Z, Channel 4′s Southcliffe, BBC’s True Love, Great Expectations, and Ginger and Rosa as well as many short films, low budget features, commercials, music videos and stills shoots.  The Kent Film […]

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Map of Kent Districts © KCC   

Highways Filming

Handheld Shots, GVs, Vox Pops and Links If you have a crew of up to 10 people with a camera and a tripod looking to film on Kent’s public highway or a public footpath, please go to our  Contact Us page and fill in a Filming Request and we shall arrange permissions with Kent Highway Services, […]

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Road Ahead Closed © KFO   

Filming with Children

Working with children performers, actors and supporting actors is regulated by The Children (Performance) Regulations 1968 which applies to all children from birth to the end of compulsory school age, at the end of year 11. Since it is a criminal offence to contravene the regulations and a Children’s Performance Licence is issued free of charge, […]

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Children filming in Cobham © KFO   


  The Kent Film Office has linked with Creative England in their drive to create a National Crew and Facilities directory and does not maintain a separate database for Kent Crew. If you are looking for local crew for your Kent based production, you can find listings on the Creative England Crew and Facilities Database, […]

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Local Contacts

  Phone Box © Paul Martin Eldridge / Kent Highway Services If you apply to the Kent Film Office for a filming permit, we shall automatically contact the Kent Highways Officer in charge of the area(s) you are filming in and seek permission. If you need to contact the Kent Highways services outside the […]

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Phone Box © Paul Martin Eldridge /   

Funding and Talent Development

  Unfortunately the Kent Film Office does not run any schemes for funding original content such as feature films, short films, TV, documentaries, corporate, music videos or animation or talent development. If you’re looking for funding for a project or you’re an up and coming talent looking for support, then you should try the following […]

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