Filming

We are still accepting filming applications and these will be considered on a case by case basis. 

Productions are asked to provide a general COVID-19 Health and Safety plan with their application and will be asked for a location specific COVID-19 plan if the application is approved. 

We do ask for productions to ensure that applications are submitted at least one month in advance of the filming date.

The Inner Temple is frequently used as a location for film and television productions as well as still photography and interviews for current affairs programmes.

Below are a few examples of the many films and television series that have been filmed in the Treasury Building and around the Inner Temple estate:

Permission to film or photograph anywhere on the estate is always required and such enquiries should be directed to the Treasury Office.

It should be noted that permission is usually only given for filming at weekends and sometimes during legal vacations but each enquiry is considered on its own merits.

If you're interested in using The Inner Temple as a location, please use the left hand menu for more information.

For further information, pricing or to arrange a visit, please contact: Jacqueline Fenton

To submit a request to film at Inner Temple, please complete a filming/photography application form.

Recent Productions at The Inner Temple

Production Media Year

England's Forgotten Queen

TV

2017

Turning Point: Ghandi

Documentary

2017

The Ruth Ellis Files

TV

2017

Buried History

Documentary

2017

Christopher Robin

Film

2017

London Film School: The Gas Lamp Lighters

Student Film

2017

Who Do You Think You Are? (US)

TV

2018

Jerusalem

TV

2018

The one Show

TV

2018