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Why film in Hampshire?

Hampshire is home to many historical locations and beautiful countrysides. Also known as Jane Austen Country, the famous English author and novelist spent most of her life in this historic and beautiful county.

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The Coast

In Hampshire, we have access to many beautiful coastlines and beaches including: Hayling Island, Eastney, Hill Head, Solent Breezes, Southsea, Lee-on-solent, Stokes Bay, Calshot, Lepe, Keyhaven, Milford on Sea, Hythe Pier and many more.

Unique Locations

Hampshire has played host to many Hollywood films and television series over the years, from "Mission Impossible 5" with Tom Cruise, to Netflix's "The Crown". Our unique locations include: Highclere Castle, Barton Stacey, Blackbushe Airport, Farnborough Airport, Aldershot Military Barracks, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, Winchester, Beaulieu and the New Forest.

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Historical Landmarks

Hampshire (and Alton specifically) are full of historical landmarks. These include King Arthur's Round Table, HMS Victory, the Mary Rose, Jane Austen's House, St Nicholas' Church, Alton Abbey, The Gliding Heritage Centre, and Ye Old Leathern Bottle.

Only 47 minutes from London

Black Hangar Studios is a hidden gem nestled in the Hampshire countryside with excellent road and transport access. Just 45 minutes’ drive from West London and Heathrow. We are also only 10 mins from Alton and Basingstoke, both of which have great train links with London.

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Lasham Airfield

Lasham Airfield, located near Lasham village in Hampshire, England, is a renowned hub for gliding and aviation activities. With a rich history dating back to World War II when it served as a Royal Air Force base, Lasham has evolved into one of the world's largest and busiest glider airports. Its vast runways and expansive facilities make it a focal point for gliding enthusiasts, offering ideal conditions for soaring flights due to its strategic location and favorable weather patterns. 

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