TOMB RAIDER GIVEAWAY
Copyright 2001 The Guardian Newspaper Group
[ June 19th 2001 ]
legendary Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire
have been home to British film-making for more
than 60 years. From Carry Ons to James Bonds,
Pinewood's place in film history is secure and
it remains a favourite for Hollywood producers
who want to take advantage of the wide range of
facilities, as well as enjoy its unique charm.
for some of the most magical moments in British
film, Pinewood allowed a young Alfred Hitchcock
to produce the groundbreaking tracking shot around
a dance floor in his 1937 film, Young and Innocent,
and last year created the gigantic caviar factory
set in The World Is Not Enough. To celebrate the
words 'Made at Pinewood Studios, London, England,'
The Barbican is screening 31 films produced at
the studios over the years, including its latest
offering, the long-awaited Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.
begins with a gala opening on Thursday 21 June
which will bring together stars, directors and
producers for a special 40th anniversary screening
of the very first James Bond film, Dr No, which
went into production at Pinewood in 1961. Guardian
Unlimited Film have one pair of tickets to give
away for the gala opening, plus three pairs of
tickets to the special preview screening of Lara
Croft: Tomb Raider on Thursday 5 July.
competition details including entry rules, visit