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Film and High-End Television

James Cowper Kreston work with international production teams to take their visions from script to screen when working in the UK. They provide accounting and taxation services which allow films and other media to be produced in the most tax efficient manner.

Film and High End TV in the UK

Film and High End TV in the Thames Valley

“Britain’s Thames Valley is a centre for film and television production. It has a long tradition of filmmaking, with world class studios such as Pinewood, together with beautiful and varied locations all within easy reach of London and Heathrow Airport. A large number of crew and facilities are based in the region, contributing to the overall strength of the creative sector, which is a significant employer in the South East of England.”

Gareth Neame, Executive Producer of Downton Abbey and MD of Carnival Films

Lambert Smith Hampton: Sites, Camera, Action! Take 2


The UK’s film and TV studios have struggled to meet booming demand for production space in recent years. This has triggered a wave of new studio developments, warehouse conversions and extensions to existing studios, but the current development pipeline still appears insufficient to satisfy future demand. LSH estimates that 2.3 million sq ft of new sound stage space will be required by 2033. Read the full report here.

British Film Commission (BFC) Showreel 2021. The BFC is the UK Government’s national organisation responsible for international film and television production in the UK.

Thames Valley is highlighted in the video as holding exceptional locations for filming. Particular reference is made to Bampton, Oxfordshire and Highclere Castle and Newbury