Over the years, the Ulster Museum has been used as a location for films and documentaries, as well as for educational and training programmes for the Open University and BBC based around the Museum's extensive collections.
The top floor art galleries are popular locations for film and programme scenes requiring working space - up to 60 cast and crew were accommodated in these galleries during filming of a scene from Titanic Town.
The galleries have also proved to be stimulating surroundings for the production of advertising campaigns and fashion shoots.
Local production companies frequently use the resources of the Museum, but Japanese, Canadian, Spanish and American crews amongst others, have also worked in the Museum.

For further information please contact :
Patricia McLean
Rights & Reproductions Officer
Ulster Museum Picture Library
National Museums & Galleries of Northern IrelandT +44 (0)28 9038 3113
Botanic GardensF +44 (0)28 9038 3103
BelfastE patricia.mclean.@magni.org.uk
BT9 5ABW www.ulstermuseum.org.uk


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