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If you still have your Club 7 ID card, return to Gemma Cross at Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Bucks. SLO 0NH.

Letter to Members - 8th May 2013

Dear Members,

We are saddened to confirm that as Pinewood Studios did not agree to renew our lease, we closed our curtains in Theatre Seven after the final performance on Saturday 4th May.

Pinewood Studios will be launching a new way to see films in the Autumn. We understand that you can register at www.pinewoodcinema.com/ to receive further details.

Beaconsfield Film Society is also looking for new members, and their website is www.beaconsfieldfilmsociety.co.uk/

On behalf of the Club 7 team, thank you for your loyalty and support.

With best wishes

Tony

Anthony Reading

Chairman

Dee

Dee Knight

Managing Director

Letter to Members - 14th March 2013

Dear Members,

In January we had to tell you the sad news that we had received notification from Pinewood Studios that the Club 7 lease for use of Theatre Seven for screenings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings would not be renewed when the present lease term finishes on May 4th, 2013. We reported at that time that we were having discussions with Pinewood Studio senior management to try to work something out that would be acceptable to our Club and its members, but most regrettably to no avail. One of our main objectives was to try to ensure that our members would still be able to enjoy coming to screenings in Theatre Seven even if those events were not to be run by Club 7. Pinewood's management did indicate in our last meeting on February 28th that they were now working with a charity to try and organise future screenings on some Saturdays and Sundays in Theatre Seven, and asked if we could help in a hand-over, which we willingly agreed to explore, but so far we've heard nothing further.

We know that many members have written to Pinewood Studios expressing their disappointment at the decision to end its relationship with Club 7, and thus ending over 40 years of having a Cinema Club at the Studios. Thank you for making that effort. As you probably know, Club 7 Ltd, which is professionally managed as a "not-for-profit" organisation, was founded at the end of the 1990s, when the Odeon-owned Pinewood Club 7 was closed, and provided the Studios with an important link to the local community. It is a sad day when that link will be no more.

In these circumstances we have been forced to plan for the final closure of the Club, and have given formal notice of redundancy to the team. As a "not-for-profit" organisation, we are not in a position to be able to provide for more than minimal termination payments to the team, and in response to some members' request, we will arrange for a collection jar in the Theatre lobby for anyone who wishes to donate something to be shared with the team after the theatre doors finally close.

We are also planning to have an informal reception before the last screening on Saturday, May 4th, from 6:30pm, so that members who are not going to see the film that evening will have the opportunity to thank Dee's team and say farewells. Please let us know if you are coming by sending an email only to Club7@btinternet.com preferably by April 15th.

On behalf of all the Club 7 team, thank you for your loyalty and support.

With best wishes,

Tony

Anthony Reading

Chairman

Dee

Dee Knight

Managing Director

Home

If you still have your Club 7 ID card, return to Gemma Cross atPinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Bucks. SLO 0NH.

Letter to Members - 8th May 2013

Dear Members,

We are saddened to confirm that as Pinewood Studios did not agree to renew our lease,we closed our curtains in Theatre Seven after the final performance on Saturday 4th May.

Pinewood Studios will be launching a new way to see films in the Autumn. We understandthat you can register at www.pinewoodcinema.com/to receive further details.

Beaconsfield Film Society is also looking for new members, and their website iswww.beaconsfieldfilmsociety.co.uk/

On behalf of the Club 7 team, thank you for your loyalty and support.

With best wishes

Tony

Anthony Reading

Chairman

Dee

Dee Knight

Managing Director

Letter to Members - 14th March 2013

Dear Members,

In January we had to tell you the sad news that we had received notification from Pinewood Studiosthat the Club 7 lease for use of Theatre Seven for screenings on Friday, Saturday and Sunday eveningswould not be renewed when the present lease term finishes on May 4th, 2013.We reported at that time that we were having discussions with Pinewood Studio senior managementto try to work something out that would be acceptable to our Club and its members, but most regrettablyto no avail. One of our main objectives was to try to ensure that our members would still be ableto enjoy coming to screenings in Theatre Seven even if those events were not to be run by Club 7.Pinewood's management did indicate in our last meeting on February 28th that they were now workingwith a charity to try and organise future screenings on some Saturdays and Sundays in Theatre Seven,and asked if we could help in a hand-over, which we willingly agreed to explore, but so far we'veheard nothing further.

We know that many members have written to Pinewood Studios expressing their disappointment atthe decision to end its relationship with Club 7, and thus ending over 40 years of having aCinema Club at the Studios. Thank you for making that effort. As you probably know, Club 7 Ltd,which is professionally managed as a "not-for-profit" organisation, was founded at the end of the1990s, when the Odeon-owned Pinewood Club 7 was closed, and provided the Studios with an importantlink to the local community. It is a sad day when that link will be no more.

In these circumstances we have been forced to plan for the final closure of the Club, and havegiven formal notice of redundancy to the team. As a "not-for-profit" organisation, we are notin a position to be able to provide for more than minimal termination payments to the team, andin response to some members' request, we will arrange for a collection jar in the Theatre lobbyfor anyone who wishes to donate something to be shared with the team after the theatre doorsfinally close.

We are also planning to have an informal reception before the last screening on Saturday,May 4th, from 6:30pm, so that members who are not going to see the film that evening will have theopportunity to thank Dee's team and say farewells. Please let us know if you are coming bysending an email only to Club7@btinternet.com preferablyby April 15th.

On behalf of all the Club 7 team, thank you for your loyalty and support.

With best wishes,

Tony

Anthony Reading

Chairman

Dee

Dee Knight

Managing Director

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Box office hits that filmed at Pinewood Studios

Pinewood studio is a production studio in London, which has branches in the United States of America and Asia. Pinewood Studio has established itself in the film production industry for many years now, and its popularity has made it the best studio for film production, TV shows, filming commercials, and filming promos in different parts of the world. So many movies produced at Pinewood Studios have hit our box office for so many years.There are different stage set-ups at the studio that are used for different film productions. Different movies have been shot at different stage set-ups depending on the stage sizes and any other requirement by the film directors.Here is a compiled list of some of the recent box office hit movies filmed at Pinewood Studios.

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Star Wars is one of the movies that has hit the box office since its production. The movie has also received a lot of praises from fans who can’t wait for the release of the next episode of the movie. This movie was shot at Pinewoods Studio. Specifically, the seventh episode titled ‘The Force Awakens.’

James Bond: Spectre

This movie is part of the James Bond film series that has had a lot of James Bond fans rushing to theatres to watch it. Though the movie was released in 2015, it is still on the favourite list of most fans who simply love it. Part of the movie was shot at Pinewood studios in 2014.

James Bond: Skyfall

Skyfall is another of James Bond series featuring Daniel Craig. The 2012 movie hit the top of the box office with a lot of people coming to watch it in theatres. A large part of Skyfall was shot at Pinewoods Studios. Most James Bond fans still love watching Skyfall, making the movie more and more popular. Pinewood Studio is casually known as the home of James Bond because most parts in the series of James Bond movies were shot at Pinewood Studios. There is a stage at the studio called 007 stage.

Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

Pirates of the Caribbean is a sequel movie that has intrigued so many people. Each sequel released has gained so much popularity over the years. The interiors in this movie were shot at Pinewood Studios in London. Pirates of the Caribbean fans still wait for the next movie sequel eagerly.

Doctor Strange

A large Part of the movie: Doctor Strange, was shot at Pinewood Studios. The 2016 American film featuring Benedict Cumberbatch, was a blockbuster back in the year and is still is. Fans made a huge turn up when the movie was released. This movie still rocks the box office.

Assassin’s Creed

The filming of the movie Assassin’s Creed was done at the 007 stage at Pinewood Studios. This science fiction movie was a huge success from the time its crew started filming to the date it was released. Its success could be seen when it hit the box office in 2016.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1

Part of the filming was done at Pinewood Studios. The 2014 movie was the first among a sequel of three movies. The movie was a huge commercial success and has since been nominated for several movie awards in America. The other sequel movies that followed after the release of the first Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1 were also blockbusters.

Edge of Tomorrow

This movie featuring Tom Cruise, is among the many movies shot at Pinewood Studios. This 2014 movie was received positively by movie lovers back in the year 2014. It is still people’s favourite three years later, from the year it was released.