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Forums ‘London Docks’ 1813

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  • Arko Okk
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    Please see reference attached for a location that we will film in early 2015, representing docks on the river Thames. Please forward any options as we expect to have to travel to ‘The Docks’ from London. Sailing vessels and/or ‘A Street’ from the same period could also prove very useful, but The Docks are The Key at this stage.

    Many thanks,

    Alex.

    Alex Gladstone (Location Manager) alexandergladstone@yahoo.co.uk 07774 758157

    Dear Sir, Please find pictures of Montréal’s De La Commune Street along Montréal’s Old Port.

    All the best,

    Nick Barker
    514.872.3102

    Dear Alex,

    Please follow the link for location photos from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

    http://www.victoria.bcfilmcommission.com/docks/

    Included are four docking areas, and some historic waterfront buildings along Wharf Street.

    Please let us know if you require any further location details or assistance.

    Our best,

    Brian Globus
    Vancouver Island South Film & Media Commission
    admin@filmvictoria.com
    001-250-208-4105

    Dear Alex,

    Please find attached some panoramas and other shots of Constitution Dock in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia. Two tall ships are based in Hobart – Lady Nelson and Windeward Bound. The final shot is of a block of colonial buildings on Murray Street in Hobart – just outside the Central Business District.

    Constitution Dock is on the seaward side of Sullivan’s Cove. On the landward side, there is Salamanca Place – an entire streetscape of 1830s warehouses. I suggest Googling “Salamanca Place, Tasmania” – for shots and history because I’ve run out of space :-).

    If you require any further information, don’t hesitate to email me.

    Best regards,

    Jane Stapleton
    Industry Development Officer, Screen Tasmania

    jane.stapleton@screen.tas.gov.au


    Andrew Hodge
    Member

    Hi Alex,

    I’m Gilles from a creative factory in France. I may have several proposals to offer to you in France and Europe.

    May i have more details about the size of the quays, the background needed …..

    best regards,

    Gilles

    gilles@lacreativefactory.com
    http://www.lacreativefactory.com

    Dear Alex;
    According to your request, in the south of Chile you can find a city named Valdivia. As you can check the pics, the city has a river named “Calle Calle”. Besides the summer in Chile runs from December to March, so you can have over 14 hours of daylight. If you need further information, please do not hesitate to visit our website http://www.filmcommissionchile.org Specifically Valdivia: http://www.filmcommissionchile.org/ficha-locacion/?lang=en&loc=139


    Marcos Hernández
    Participant

    Hi Alex.

    I am Lunga Linda from the KZN Film Commission, in South Africa. I’m replying to your request for shipping docks.

    The below attachments are of images of the Durban Harbour in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. I hope they will be of great help to you.

    Regards
    Lunga Linda

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