FilmLondon: This body facilitates film-making and television production in London
British Film Commission: Promotes the UK as an international production centre and encourages the use of British locations, services, facilities and personnel. The site includes dozens of useful links.
The Film Council: The strategic agency responsible for developing the film industry in the UK
Teddington Studios: Based in the borough, this is a digital widescreen television studio complex. Its ‘Production Village’ offers a one-stop shop for television production
Twickenham Studios: Also based in the borough, the studios offer film and television production and post-production facilities.
The Guild of Location Managers (www.golm.org.uk) - Organisation for professional location managers
The Production Managers' Association (www.pma.org.uk) - Professional body of film, television, corporate and multi-media production managers.
Skillset (www.skillset.org): Skillset supports skills and training for people and businesses involved in the UK creative media industries
Port of London Authority (www.pla.co.uk): Information on the commercial, maritime and leisure facilities of the Port of London. The main contact for any filming on the River Thames and tide times.
The Metropolitan Police Film Unit (www.met.police.uk/filmunit) - The aim of the Metropolitan Police Service Film Unit is to be a central point of contact, to co-ordinate, facilitate and bring consistency to those people filming in London with MPS support
BECTU (www.bectu.org.uk): Union for those working in broadcasting, film, theatre, entertainment, leisure, interactive media and allied areas
The Internet Movie Database: This site bills itself as “the biggest, best, most award-winning movie site on the planet”