Before filming can proceed we will need to have received the following:
The completed checklist
Signed copy of the National Maritime Museum filming contract 3)
Proof of public liability insurance worth £10,000,000
A risk assessment and method statement, completed and signed 5)
Payment in full
Names of all crew/personnel attending the shoot (for visitor passes) 7)
Registration details for any vehicles booked in the car park.
Please note that every effort will be made to accommodate filming at the National Maritime Museum, however, as our main priorities are to remain open to the public 7 days a week, and to preserve and display the collections within our care, we reserve the right to decline filming projects at our absolute discretion.
To enable filming/photography to take place, a copy of a certificate of public liability insurance is mandatory. The level of insurance cover required is £10,000,000.
Facility fees will be based on the varying requirements and needs of individual projects. The facility fee quoted will be an on site/off site time, and will not relate to filming time only. The facility fee needs to be paid in advance of the first day of filming/ photography. A ten year, worldwide, all media broadcast licence is offered as standard with payment of the facility fee. Please provide a summary here of any further broadcast rights that you require for your filming/photography project, including DVD or adaptation rights.
It is strongly recommended that you visit in advance of filming/photography. If you are unable to do so the National Maritime Museum accepts no responsibility if the facilities are unsuitable
The Museum and its sites are open to the public from 10am – 6pm during the summer (June-September, and 10am – 5pm in winter (October-May). Exclusive access can be arranged for filming/photography before the Museum opens or after closing, at an additional cost. In the...
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