Twickenham Studios plans financing move
Twickenham Studios in west London is planning a move into film and TV drama financing in addition to its production and post-production services.
The facility recently underwent a £16m investment and refurbishment programme and plans to turn a preview theatre into a grading facility. Visual effects and title design services will be on offer, while productions will also be able to hire camera equipment from a selection of on-site vendors.
Film financing expert Andrew Boswell, formerly at post facility Lip Sync, has joined the studios as commercial director this week and is heading up the sales team.
“I am thrilled to be joining Twickenham, a fantastic film studio with an amazing history,” Boswell said.
“I am also very excited about the company’s ambitions to expand its services whilst moving into production investment with a view to increasing its presence in both the domestic and international studio and post-production markets. I look forward to working with this passionate team. ”
Twickenham Studios facilities have recently been used for BBC Films’ upcoming Swallows and Amazons, as well as Ridley Scott’s The Martian, Florence Foster Jenkins (pictured) and Idris Elba’s action drama Bastille Day.
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