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An Alternative to Hollywood blockbusters, Teen Movies and sappy Rom-Coms
A guide to the locations used during the filming of The Avengers and other classic British TV Series.
Provides a map of the City and the locations used in various films.
TV & Film Locations in the S.E. of England
Seriously dedicated to all aspects of this film
Carnforth Station Heritage Centre incorporating the Refreshment Room used as a setting in the film
An on-line magazine and blog covering any force in film that could be argued as having a claim to authorship.
Home of Brighton Rock, Quadrophenia and other Films & TV productions
A Website dedicated to the British Film Industry.
The film and charitable organisation that promotes and preserves film making and television in the United Kingdom
A privately run site with similar objectives as ourselves.
A Forum covering all aspects of British Films and TV
The “Carry On” Website
A Website about the connection between maps and films as well as local cinema
America’s leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema
London’s Cinema Museum is devoted to keeping alive the spirit of cinema from the days before the multiplex.
The Essential Guide to Movies of the ’60’s and ’70’s
Listings of top café action in old movies or TV dramas
Everything for the Fan of the Golden Age of Hollywood
An Adult’s Guide to Animation
Film Reviews by Jeffrey M. Anderson
A website covering the viaduct in Crumlin, Gwent that featured in the film Arabesque
Original Postcards of Movie/Cinema Stars
For tourists planning a visit to Washington DC
This project investigates the impact on British cinema of Eastmancolor, a relatively cheap, ‘monopack film stock introduced by Kodak in the 1950s, .
The world’s largest online collection of films with railway scenes. Covers 2000 titles so far. We have found that the language translation facility available with Google Chrome makes it the recommended viewing Browser.
A growing database of film and TV map locations.
Goldfinger and others
Part of NBCUniversal that makes, acquires and releases movies.
Being a fan of the film, Alan Trevennor wondered where all these scenes were filmed and he wanted to expand the record of filming locations that he found on the web.
Exploring Film & TV History in the Shire
Places where feature films, documentaries, horror and short films all come to life . . .
A supporting artist in many films and television shows for over 30 years, Harry recounts many interesting and entertaining stories about his work with top actors and directors
Harry Palmer and everything around the short phenomenon.
Dedicated to Levenshulme in Manchester where it was filmed
If you have movie posters to sell.
Website that focuses on the undiscovered gems of hidden London.
Maps and location scenes to the 1955 film
A digital destination for creative and independent adventurers visiting London.
A tribute to the Golden Era Special fx
Everything you may want to know about the TV series of “Minder”
Dedicated to their work and others who helped them make wonderful films
A Site dedicated to this adventure series of the late 1960’s
An independent film production facility in Rotherhithe south London and producer and maker of several films including The Children’s Midsummer Night’s Dream and Little Dorrit. A personal visit will have you absorbed for hours.
A detailed guide to Scottish filming locations
Shere is a delightful Surrey village that features in any number of films listed on our Site. The website has a special section dedicated to the subject.
Steve Lilly (stevelilart) is a portrait artist from Birmingham who specialises in portraits of famous British comedy acts
An article written for the Bath Chronicle about the filming and locations.
The complete journal of Vincent Price’s first trip abroad to Europe in 1928 at the age of 17