Networking at the Natural History Museum
Date posted: 19.02.2014
As dusk fell on London last night members of the London Filming Partnership joined premier film location managers, scouts and agents at the Natural History Museum for an evening of networking hosted by Film London in the new Darwin Centre - home to the futuristic cocoon and cutting-edge Attenborough Studio.
The evening was the first Availability Service for Location Managers (ASLM) quarterly networking event of 2014. And it got the year off to a great start.
Location managers, scouts, assistant location managers, unit managers and location assistants gathered to talk about recently completed projects, discuss what they are working on now, and look ahead to future opportunities to work together.
These members of the ASLM were joined by representatives from the London Film Partnership (LFP) including South West Trains, Wembley Stadium, London City Airport, Inner Temple, Middle Temple, Nvisage and Alexandra Palace.
The London Filming Partnership is Film London's network of over 270 organisations and agencies working together to make film-making in the city as easy as possible.
The network includes nearly all the London Borough Film Offices, alongside studios, post production companies, broadcasters and industry bodies as well as organisations such as the Metropolitan Police, Transport for London, The Royal Parks, the National Trust and the Ministry of Defence.
In addition, a wide variety of individual locations including the evening's host, the Natural History Museum, are active partners.
The ASLM quarterly networking events provide partners with the opportunity to meet one another and connect with up to 70 location managers from our availability service.
Film London's Availability Service for Location Managers (ASLM) is an exclusive annual membership scheme. A long-running and successful service connects location department crew to production teams that are in London, or planning to come to the capital.
To find out more about filming opportunities at the Natural History Museum, contact Alice Beer on 020 7942 5273 or firstname.lastname@example.org.