Hopes site will attract more events
Cultybraggan was first used as a prisoner of war camp during the Second World War, before it was taken over by the Ministry of Defence to train soldiers.
In 2007 it was bought by Comrie Development Trust amid fears it would be demolished to make way for housing.
Now, the last remaining prisoner of war camp in Scotland hosts a visitor centre, heritage trail, community orchard and is home to a number of businesses.
Nissen huts have been hired out to cheesemakers, bakers, potters, a herbalist and a gym.
The huts can also be hired out for social events and functions, while the site’s green space is the start and finish point for the popular Strathearn Marathon and hosts the Vintage Motorcycle Club’s S&T Rally.
It is hoped more films and TV shows will be attracted to Cultybraggan in 2019.
Phil Mestecky, heritage and events manager, said: “We are keen to attract a whole range of events and we are delighted Freak Films chose to film here. It’s a really versatile location with a playing field, green space and the huts so we’re hoping to attract more production crews soon.”