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February 4, 2009

Exclusive: Inside Pinewood/Shepperton - A Photo Tour Opens in new window

Every year, the BAFTA film awards present a trophy for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema. Introduced in 1978, the award recognises an organisation or a person's career and influence on the British Film Industry. This year's recipient, announced today, is Pinewood/Shepperton, two of the British industry's most important film studios whose contribution to filmmaking has resulted in some of the greatest movies of all time. Under strict instruction not to let anyone working at the studios know about the award, RT spent a day last week touring Pinewood and Shepperton and learning a little more about these stalwarts of film. More...

October 31, 2008

Bonding with Bond, Day 11: The Spy Who Loved Me Opens in new window

Community Manager RT-Ryan has never seen a single James Bond film, except for 2006's Casino Royale. To rectify the situation, he decides to watch every Bond film and write about his reaction as a 007 novice. The Spy Who Loved Me is the third Roger Moore film in the series, and one that is arguably considered his best entry in the franchise. Read on to see what Ryan's response to it was. More...

July 31, 2006

Bond Set Destroyed By Fire; Brosnan Unlikely Culprit Opens in new window

The London set of upcoming James Bond flick, "Casino Royale," was severely damaged in a fire Sunday that partially collapsed the roof of the storied Pinewood Shepperton Studios. More...

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