Filming and photography
The Royal Air Force Museum Cosford can cater for a vast array of filming requirements; previous clients have included the BBC, Octane Magazine, ITV and several satellite channels. Interviews for documentaries are popular, particularly the filming of veterans in front of the aircraft. A number of these aircraft are the only remaining examples in the world including the experimental Bristol 188 and the Japanese Ki-100. A wide range of factual productions and documentaries have been recorded at the Museum and there is a team of Curators who can impart their knowledge and interest and make your production stand out.
We welcome photography within the museum, for those who take stills for publications and literature. Recent acquisitions such as the Harrier GR9A, a revolutionary mulit role combat aircraft and the Hercules C130K are popular choices.