Yes.

We are a UK-wide Production Service Company, the largest in the country. LS has creative experts in commercials, fashion, music videos, film and TV across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. We have offices in Edinburgh, Manchester and London.

We deliver on all screen production needs across commercials, fashion, music videos, film and TV.

Size doesn't matter. LS provides a bespoke service for every brief and budget, having managed jobs from 2 to 200 people. In 2019, we provided a safe pair of hands on 65 jobs across film, TV, commercials, music videos and fashion campaigns.

Yes.

LS serviced the UK shoots of Steven Soderbergh’s Let Them All Talk (HBO, 2020) and The Laundromat (Netflix, 2019). On The Laundromat we had a quick turnaround and LS sourced a quirky, yet recognisable, London private member’s club. 4DMax Lidar Scanning was used at the location, recreating the environment digitally so that the cast and crew did not need to fly to London to get the shot. Our work on The Laundromat led to us securing Soderbergh’s next film Let Them All Talk where we looked after local casting, locations, travel and accommodation of VIP cast and crew members, health and safety, catering, and equipment hire for multiple key scenes that needed to be shot in the UK.

Yes.

LS Productions’ TV experience in the UK includes reality shows taking place up mountains and out of helicopters such as Running Wild with Bear Grylls, as well as 200+ person shoots filming across castles, restaurants and tourist hotspots. We provided production services on an episode of the long-running, massively popular US show The Bachelorette and the team also provided locations and logistics for an episode of Netflix's Sense 8.

We are location specialists.

Our in-house location team expertly facilitates access to locations around the UK, from the iconic to the unexpected. We have an unrivalled regional network of contacts, over 275,000 images in our location library and we are always scouting new locations.

No.

Our expert location team and our locations database are part of our full production offering.

A standard working day for film work under APA guidelines and BECTU is 10hours + 1 or 9 hours continuous. Double time is chargeable on Sundays.

Yes.

We have access and a wealth of experience in booking all camera and grip kit needs including, technocranes, remote heads, steadicam ops & AR rigs, russian arms, low loaders, tracking vehicles, motion control, and drones.

Yes.

The UK is open to filming and here are our regularly updated Covid-19 protocols.

Yes, one of the best in the world.

It’s a 25% cash rebate and you can find out more information here from the British Film Commission.

Yes.

Again, we are global leaders in studio space – find out more here courtesy of the British Film Commission.

Yes, we are 100% committed to sustainability and have a team member dedicated to this role.

We are committed to keeping the carbon cost of our projects low, supporting sustainable suppliers and measuring our carbon footprint.