Executive Task Force
The Film London Executive Task Force is comprised of key stakeholders from the industry and the public sector with an interest in ensuring that location filming in London is conducted as efficiently and successfully as possible.
The principal aim of the Task Force is to foster high standards for the organisation and delivery of production filming in London. It addresses key issues affecting film-making in the capital including traffic management, a code of practice for producers and filmmakers, a common approach to permissions and fees, comprehensive data collection and communication.
Objectives include maximising the benefits from filmmaking for all involved, such as the productions, the locations and the local communities, and increasing the economic benefits that flow from film production in London, such as spend on local services and attracting tourism.
Launched in 2005, the London Filming Partnership was developed in association with the Mayor of London and the London Development Agency, and continues to work closely with the Mayor's Office and the BFI.
Task Force Members
Lord David Puttnam CBE
Alison Barnett - Head of Production, Kudos
Alison Small - Chief Executive, Production Guild
Andrew Scuttergood - Chief Executive, Royal Parks
David Parfitt - Chair, Film London
Eric Fellner - Co-Chair, Working Title Films
Iain Smith - Chair, British Film Commission
John Barradell - Town Clerk and Chief Executive, City of London Corporation
John McVay - Chief Executive, PACT
John O'Brien - Chief Executive, London Councils
Mike Brown - Commissioner, TfL
Paul Rickett - Chief Superintendent, OCU Commander Metropolitan Police
Sir Peter Hendy - Chairman, Network Rail
Robert Davis - Deputy Leader, Westminster City Council
Seeth Kumar - Chief Executive, Creative Skillset
Stephen Davies - Chief Executive, Advertisting Producers' Assocation
Sue Quinn - Location Manager
Film London Consultant
Neil Watson - Signature Media
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