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Thank You: Interest in Filming in Highland Increasing to a Record High

26 April 2017

At the Highland Film Commission we receive enquiries on a daily basis from productions and individuals seeking advice, contacts, and location information to shoot their project in the Scottish Highlands. We are elated that this past financial year we received over 23% more in terms of project enquiries alone and we would like to thank you […]

Train of Thought Productions Talks to Lawrence Sutcliffe: Made In Scotland

4 April 2017

Train of Thought Productions spoke to our Film Officer here at Highlands of Scotland Film Commission, Lawrence Sutcliffe, to explore exactly what is involved in getting Scotland on screen. Read the interview on their website here and take a look at their projects here.   Made In Scotland –Part 1  From Scotland’s gothic capital to the Highlands and […]

FOCUS: The Location Production Event

8 February 2017

The Location Guide: FOCUS Created by The Location Guide and Livebuzz, FOCUS is the UK’s international trade event aimed at all producers, location managers, production and photography professionals from the film, television and commercial industries. With television and digital platforms becoming increasingly important in the industry, FOCUS caters for TV and advertising professionals too. Incorporating a […]

Set in Scotland – A Film Fan’s Odyssey

13 November 2015

The national tourism organisation VisitScotland’s new book, which contains details of more than 100 films shot in Scotland over the decades, is published as Daniel Craig takes on the role of agent 007 for the fourth time in Spectre. Set in Scotland: A Film Fan’s Odyssey, which will be available free of charge in VisitScotland Information […]

Aerial filming in the Scottish Highlands

7 August 2012

The Highlands of Scotland lends itself very well to aerial filming with its array of beautiful landscapes. A recent video produced by freelance filmaker John Duncan demostrates this to its full potential and can be seen by clicking here. To find out more about aerial filming in the Highlands please take the time to read the […]

Interview: Julie Bills, Camera Operator

13 July 2012

Highlands-based Julie Bills, camera operator on some of Scotland’s best known TV and film productions, including The Eagle and Neds, explains how she got started in the business and why the area is important to her. Starting out I originally studied painting at Art School, then worked freelance for ten years as an artist and […]

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