While Hollywood continues to feel withdrawal pains from the production exodus, the U.K. is thriving, thanks to a mix of tax incentives and high-quality crews.
Pinewood Shepperton Film Studios
In June 2009, Pinewood Studios Group signed a five-year deal to handle management, sales and marketing for recently opened Filmport Studios in Toronto, which then became known as Pinewood Toronto…
Pinewood Shepperton, Europe's largest production services house, is set to construct a studio in the U.S. through a joint venture, Pinewood Atlanta.
LONDON — The U.K.’s Pinewood Shepperton is the latest company to tap into the rapidly growing Chinese market, setting up a 50-50 joint venture with Chinese entrepreneur Bruno Wu’s Seven Stars Media…
VFX company Double Negative is to launch a production shingle, Double Negative Films, as well as forming a partnership with U.K. production company Apollo Prods. and studio facilities group Pinewood…
LONDON -- Its editing and mixing facilities, which have recently been home to "The Iron Lady," "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and "Senna," have earned Twickenham a solid reputation for…
LONDON -- The Isle of Man government plans to merge its film arm, CinemaNX, into Pinewood Shepperton, and hand over running the island's £25 million ($38 million) Media Development Fund to the studio…
A boom in the volume of big-budget Hollywood movies shooting in Blighty during 2011 has driven revenues at U.K. studio group Pinewood Shepperton to an all-time high.
Train thriller "Last Passenger" has become the second project backed by U.K. studio group Pinewood Shepperton, under its plan to invest in low-budget films by new British directors.
Over years, Pinewood has been extending its brand with facils around world.
A look back on the history of Pinewood Studios
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