Where Is Industry Filmed?

Industry’ is a British series set in London in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. It follows a group of young graduates as they compete to land limited job positions at a prestigious investment bank called Pierpoint & Co. The twenty-somethings step into the wide world of possibilities, which doesn’t come without the heavy price one has to pay in the form of time, relationships, or principles.

It is directed by Lena Dunham, a Golden Globe Award winner, best known for creating the HBO television series ‘Girls.’ Much like Wall Street in New York, the bustling city of London seems to be the perfect setting for anyone who is out to make a mark in the world of finance. But if you think the show is actually filmed in London, then you are in for a surprise. Let us find out where ‘Industry’ is actually filmed!

Industry Filming Locations

The skyscrapers, the urban landscape, and the weather may look a lot like London, but it is actually filmed in the city of Cardiff in Wales. Here are the specific locations where the series is actually filmed!

Cardiff, Wales

‘Industry’ is produced in collaboration with the Welsh production company Bad Wolf. The filming is based out of Pinewood Studios, located at Wentloog Environmental Centre, Wentloog Ave, Rumney, St. Mellons, Cardiff. Although the studio is embroiled in controversy, space has been rented out to Bad Wolf for the filming of ‘Industry.’ The property offers 70,000 sq. ft. of stage space and 50,000 sq. ft. of the backlot, office space, and support facilities.

The production company has also established its own studio called Wolf Studios near Cardiff, which has five sound stages, spread across 125,000 sq. ft.Filming for ‘Industry’ was also carried out at various bars across Cardiff, such as Barroco Pub at Wharton Street and The Goat Major on High Street. People were curious to know what was going on and would stop by to see what was happening.

Image Credit: WalesOnline

Wales is not new to the big screen as it features in some of the most popular shows and films, some of which are ‘Sex Education,’ ‘Doctor Who,’ and ‘End of the F**king World.’

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