Publicly listed film production house FOS PLC receives production equity injection from Twickenham Studios

By 28th July 2019 March 12th, 2020 No Comments

Fashion On Screen Plc (“FOS”), the film and entertainment company which is listed on the Vienna Stock Exchange, confirmed today that it has agreed a deal with Twickenham Studios for an equity investment into its forthcoming production, REVolution.

The investment will be subject to standard industry recoupment terms from the box office performance of the film.

FOS Board Director and Producer of REVolution, Paul Tucker, said: “I have worked with Twickenham Studios on many successful projects over the years, including Kevin & Perry and Spirit, and I am delighted to confirm this new partnership which will bring us a host of benefits beyond the advantages conferred by the production investment.”

Twickenham Studios Commercial Director, Andrew Boswell, added: “The Studios are delighted to be hosting a Paul Tucker production once again and for the opportunity to be involved in the first feature production of FOS.”

REVolution is set to commence pre-production in August 2019 with principal photography opening in February 2020.


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1. The Company has listed on the Direct Market of the Vienna Stock Exchange (Wiener Borse).

2. The company’s Ticker code is FOS and the ISIN is GB00BDDVW715.

3. Shareholding in FOS Plc is administered by registrars Avenir ( and all share transactions processed by the Company’s appointed brokers, Optiva Securities (

About the Vienna Stock Exchange

Founded in 1771 by the empress Maria Theresa, the Vienna Stock Exchange is one of the oldest in the world. In its early years, it was a marketplace for trading bonds, bills of exchange and foreign currencies. The first time that shares were traded was in 1818, and the first corporation to be listed on the exchange was the Austrian National Bank.

After the war, the exchange reopened in 1948. The stock market was not as robust, but the bond market recovered in 1952. Bond market trading grew until a turnaround in 1985 when an American analyst drew attention to the potential of the Austrian capital market, which triggered a stock boom.

Trading volumes on the market were up 15% in October 2018 compared to October 2017.

About Twickenham Studios

In over 100 years, Twickenham Studios has produced iconic films including The Italian Job, The Eagle Has Landed, Blade Runner, An American Werewolf In London, Zulu, Gandhi, War Horse and Superman along with The Beatles films. The studios comprise three sound stages supported by production offices and stores, world class mixing theatres offering Dolby Atmos, Home Atmos and Foley and the recently converted historic Dailies Viewing Theatre which now provides 4K projected grading services complimented by a UHD and HDR ready grading suite. In recent years Twickenham has won an Oscar and Bafta for its work on Bohemian Rhapsody, an Emmy for Black Mirror and has offered equity investment to TV drama and film projects including McMafia and Finding Your Feet.