3 Mills Studios Announces New Owners
Date posted: 16.02.2011
3 Mills Studios recently announced it is now owned by the Olympic Park Legacy Company (OPLC). The OPLC is a public sector not-for-profit company, responsible for the long term planning, development, management and maintenance of the Olympic Park. This now includes London's largest Studio, 3 Mills which is situated near the Olympic Stadium in East London.
3 Mills Studios continues to operate as usual as a major production and rehearsal space for film, television, theatre, music and commercials.
The Studios are also currently hosting the London 2012 Ceremonies Team, who are producing the Olympic Games' Opening and Closing Ceremonies, the Torch Relay and Victory Ceremonies. In addition to currently utilizing a variety of offices in close proximity to the Games, they will also use some of the vast stages to rehearse Ceremonies in the period prior to the Games.
Recent feature film clients of 3 Mills include Mark Romanek's Never Let Me Go which is currently in cinemas nationwide following its release on 11 February and The Deep Blue Sea, directed by Terence Davies and starring Rachel Weisz and Tom Hiddleston now in post production. While Frankenweenie, Tim Burton's latest stop motion animation feature is currently occupying studio and office space and Wild Bill, Dexter Fletcher's directorial debut, has now wrapped.
Other clients include Whitechapel II (TV), Lead Balloon (TV), Waitrose commercials featuring Heston Blumenthal and Delia Smith, and music videos and rehearsals for The Black Eyed Peas, Muse, Scissor Sisters and X Factor.
3 Mills Studios offers 14 stages and 108,000 sq ft of filming space in the heart of London.
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