LS Productions and Lucky Strike Announce New Servicing Partnership
LS Productions, the UK’s largest service production company, is today announcing an exciting servicing partnership with London-based production company Lucky Strike.
Whilst both companies have experience of shooting in England, LS Productions’ specialist knowledge of Scottish shoots, coupled with Lucky Strike’s extensive understanding of London locations, makes for a strong partnership that will benefit the companies’ shared international client-base. The two companies have already co-produced shoots in both London and Scotland, with more in the pipeline later in the year.
Having expanded its offering across the UK in 2015, LS Productions is increasingly servicing shoots in northern English cities such as Manchester and Liverpool. Their partnership with Lucky Strike will mean each company can successfully traverse the whole of the UK – from the hills of Glencoe, to the London Eye – providing that guaranteed, seamless UK-wide service production.
Marie Owen, Founder of LS Productions, comments: “Partnering with Lucky Strike feels like a natural step for us. We share the same ethos; providing talented and knowledgeable crew, spectacular shoot locations, and running shoots to schedule and on budget. When Lucky Strike’s clients have a desire to shoot in Scotland, Phil knows he can trust us to offer a world-class service and vice versa, when our clients wish to shoot in London we’ll introduce them to Lucky Strike.”
Phil Haselden, Managing Director of Lucky Strike, comments: “Our international clients will be getting the most incredible locations, whether they’re in Scotland, Wales or England, backed up by a production team who have the same desire to make filming in the UK the best filming experience in the world. With each company supporting the other, we can give clients coming to the UK a service that is above all others.”
The relationship with Lucky Strike is the latest in a series of global partnerships for LS, who also have affiliations with La Casa (Chile) and Habitant (Mexico).