The studios have been going for almost 100 years
The studios where The Beatles films Help and A Hard Day's Night were made has been saved from being lost to film making after being taken over by a new owner.
In February it was announced that Twickenham Studios in southwest London would be closed before June - just a year before its centenary - after the company went into administration.
Campaigners feared the studios would be sold to property developers, but the new owner, Twickenham Studios Ltd, led by businessman Sunny Vohra, said there would be "investment in additional staff" and refurbishments and improvements at the site.
Other well known films made at Twickenham include 1960s classics Alfie, starring Michael Caine, and Saturday Night And Sunday Morning, with Albert Finney.
Steven Spielberg's recent First World War blockbuster War Horse was also made at the studios.
Maria Walker, who was part of the local Save Twickenham Studios campaign, is taking over as chief operating officer of the new company.
She said: "The recent press, industry and public interest in the studios has shown how important the studios are to the industry and to the borough of Richmond and local community.
"TFS has been delivering excellence to the industry for almost 100 years and in my role I want to see that continue."
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