WW2 PRODUCTION SERVICES NETWORK FOR FILM & TV
WW2 VEHICLE HIRE - WW2 EQUIPMENT HIRE - WW2 SUPPORTING ARTISTS HIRE - WW2 UNIFORM & COSTUME HIRE - WW2 PRODUCTION SERVICES
We are familiar with both live action and green screen productions, for the large and small screen. We have extensive experience and have worked for clients such as The History Channel, National Geographic and a number of major film production companies. By using us for your production you will get a wartime soldier who comes fully equipped and uninformed, with weapons included, and technically accurate.
Our vehicles also come complete with all relevant accessories associated with each vehicle including correct crew uniform.
Wartime Productions is a small WW2 production company with a big punch! Our network consists of some of the finest WW2 enthusiasts and professionals in the UK.
Here at Wartime Productions we are extremely passionate about WW2 film and TV production and can offer both uniforms and supporting artists for your film/TV production along with WW2 vehicles and equipment for hire through our own in-house inventory alongside our exclusive connections with trusted associates via Wartime Productions UK network. Acting as a WW2 fixer we can provide a range of services from WW2 Infantry, vehicles, weapons, equipment and props hire for live events, Film, TV and photography.
Bletchley Park Autumn 1940s Vintage Weekend
Wartime Productions will be attending the Bletchley Park Autumn 1940s Vintage Day 28th September 2019.
Why not dress to impress and visit us in 1940s attire, or join one of our guided in-depth tours of the Park?
There will be live music throughout the day from the Bevin Boys, Down for the Count, the Last Chance Ragtime Band and the Baily Dolls, with the wonderful Swing Dance MK overseeing the music marquee and providing dance classes for all the family to get involved in. There will be plenty of delicious offerings from Bandit Street Food, the Good Times Cafe, Mrs Bishop’s Cafe and the Gin Nook.
Wartime Productions will be once again working alongside ' Fire in the Hole Productions' on the exciting new WW2 film, The Point of No Return.
A tale based on the Eastern front during the later stages of WW2.
Calling the Tune
Based on Roger Harding’s 2002 studio production, Calling the Tune is set in 1980 in the Loire Valley, mid-western France.
TWO HATS FILMS
TV Drama Documentary (2019)
We can take on many roles within your productions and thus be saving you time and money in costly research and sourcing of items for your production. We work 24/7 and are always available to help with your production when needed.
Within our ranks, we have full-time professional actors and Film professionals available along with freelancing extras. We are based around a solid structure with key members in all departments who manages all aspects of historical accuracy and research. Over the past decade, we have built up a unique network of historical enthusiasts and professionals within the UK and Europe.
We can always help with pre-production research and logistics and if we don't have an item or vehicle chances are we know someone who does! We can call upon fully experienced professionals & extras who are experienced with working on-set and have an understanding of the film and TV industry.
Apart from our internal supplies of vehicles, equipment and experienced supporting artists we also can provide your production with expert WW2 services via our extensive network.
If you are interested in using Wartime Productions simply contact us and we will be only happy to assist you in your production. Currently, we are in the process of crossing over all enquiries from our historical society to Wartime Productions so either website enquiry for film and TV will find its way to myself, David Forde.
The story of America’s most important battles against the Nazis and the Japanese during World War Two. This series examines the military mindset, pioneering tactics and state-of-the-art technologies deployed by both sides. Remnants of military hard-wear, defensive megastructures and forgotten relics of war are discovered as experts journey from the beaches of the Pacific islands to the battlefields of Northern Europe.
This fascinating series looks at some of the most shocking and unusual cases connected with the regime’s bloody reign. From the suspicious death of Hitler’s niece and a serial killer terrorising Berlin to the corrupt murder investigation that linked the former King of Great Britain to Nazi money.
A visit to the nuclear bunker at Kelvedon Hatch, said to be haunted by apparitions including a tall elderly lady and an RAF Officer.
WW2 PRODUCTION SERVICES NETWORK FOR FILM & TV