The new BBC series Bodyguard filmed tense scenes across London between October last year and February.
FilmFixer manages the film office service for a number of London boroughs where the series was shot.
Keeley Hawes plays a hard-nosed Home Secretary and Richard Madden the police officer assigned to protect her.
FilmFixer CEO Karen Everett explains, “In the show Richard Madden’s character David lives on the Stoneleigh Terrace Estate in Camden. These scenes were filmed over four days in January and were possible thanks to close liaison with residents.
“The production made it clear they recognised they were guests in the area and worked hard to film with minimal disturbance.
“They also made generous donations to tenants and residents associations including Chester Balmore, Brookfield and Whittington Estate and Brookfield Primary School.
“In Islington, a private location on Lofting Road plays the home of David’s estranged wife and their two children.
“A lot of important filming took place in Haringey as well. A fight scene was filmed on a green in the Lightfoot Estate. A private home in Broadlands Close plays a safe house and pub scenes were filmed in the Hornsey Tavern.
“In Southwark, police patrol cars leave Samson House car park on Hopton Street, and armed police are seen along Sumner Street, The Cut and Bankside near Blackfriars station. And an abandoned car is found in Bear Gardens.
“South Place Hotel in Camden was used extensively for the hotel scenes.
“Senate House on Malet Street played St Matthew’s College as well as the outside of Downing Street and Whitehall.
“The official cavalcade travels across Lambeth Bridge.
“And a plate shot of the iconic London view from Telegraph Hill was taken in Lewisham.”
The series starts on Sunday August 26th. Take a look at the trailer here.