Building    From 1970 

Sands Films Studio

Categories: Cinema

A British film production company, founded by producer Richard Goodwin and director Christine Edzard in the early 1970's. The company is particularly noted for providing costumes for period dramas.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Sands Films Studio

Commemorated ati

Other Subjects

William Friese-Greene

William Friese-Greene

Photographer, inventor and pioneer of cinematography. Born Bristol as William Edward Green. Married the Swiss Helena Friese in 1874 and added her name to his. (It's not clear where the extra "e" ca...

Person, Cinema

3 memorials
Edgar Wallace

Edgar Wallace

Prolific writer: crime, novels, journalism, plays films. Born 7 Ashburnham Grove, Greenwich to an unmarried mother.  Adopted by a Billingsgate fish porter and wife.  Aged 18 joined the army medical...

Person, Cinema, Journalism / Publishing, Literature, Theatre

2 memorials
Emeric Pressburger

Emeric Pressburger

Author and screenwriter. Born Imre Josef Pressburger at 3 St Peter's Street, Miskolc, Hungary. He moved to Berlin in 1926 to work as a journalist and scriptwriter. In 1935 he came to Britain and in...

Person, Cinema, Germany, Hungary

1 memorial
Charles Rider Noble

Charles Rider Noble

Theatre manager and film cameraman. Born in Roydon, Essex. Details of his life are sketchy, but he is supposed to have managed a theatre in Northampton before taking over the newly built Brixton Th...

Person, Cinema, Theatre

1 memorial
Montagu Pyke

Montagu Pyke

In 1908 Pyke converted two shops at 164-166 Edgware Road into a cinema. This was a success and he created more, naming each one the Cinematograph Theatre. By 1910 he had 5 cinemas, each an independ...

Person, Cinema

1 memorial