Ealing Studios

Ealing Studios is the oldest in the world, and the only independent continuously working British vertically integrated studio facility for film and TV production. With its Ealing Metro arm focusing on international sales and distribution.

Since 2000, having been owned by the BBC owned from 1955 until 1995. Ealing Studios has resumed releasing films under its own name, including the phenomenally successful St Trinian's franchise. In the past decade, films shot here include The LadykillersThe Importance of Being Earnest and Shaun of the Dead.

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Established
1902

Role
Film and TV Production
Facilities Provider

Current Owners
Barnaby Thompson
Uri Fruchtman

Productions include
Notting Hill
Valiant
Dorian Gray
I Give It a Year
D-Train