Pinewood Name Building In Honour Of Peter Lamont

Pinewood Name Building In Honour Of Peter Lamont

Building named after legendary Production Designer

Pinewood Studios have renamed their East Side Complex building in honour of legendary Production Designer Peter Lamont. Peter worked on 18 James Bond films starting with Goldfinger (1964) and working on all but one of the films until Casino Royale (2006). Tomorrow Never Dies was the only James Bond film that Lamont was unable to work on over 41 years due to his commitment to Titanic. He was nominated for three Academy Awards for his work on Fiddler On The Roof (1971), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), and Aliens (1986), all were shot at Pinewood. His fourth nomination, for Titanic (1997), won him the Oscar.

The tribute was hosted by the British Film Designers’ Guild and Pinewood Studios and attended by family, friends and colleagues from the industry including Producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.

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