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Among the many film, TV and stage productions that Sands Films has made costumes for are the

BBC productions of "Gormenghast",

"Great Expectations"

"The Lost Prince".

Feature films

"Vanity Fair",

"Nicholas Nickleby", "Harry Potter",

Scorsese's "Gangs Of

New York", Polanski’s "Oliver Twist",

"Pride and Prejudice"

with Keira Knightley,

"Marie Antoinette",

with Kirsten Dunst,

"The Other Boleyn Girl",

starring Scarlet Johansson,

"Sweeney Todd" with

Johnny Depp,"The Young Victoria" with Emily Blunt as the young Queen,

"Bright Star", Jane Campion’s drama about the poet John Keats.

2010 productions included "Burke & Hare", "Bel Ami" and "Anonymous".

2011 productions included

"Anna Bolena" for the

MET in New York and

"Eugene Onegin" for the

ENO in London; and the

films "Lincoln",

"Great Expectations"

and "Anna Karenina".

In 2012 "Les Miserables" and in 2013 "A Little Chaos" set at the court of Louis XIV, directed by and starring Alan Rickman as the King, with Kate Winslet, Stanley Tucci and

Matthias Schoenaerts.

Also in 2013, "Mr.Turner" by Mike Leigh, starring Timothy Spall; and "Far From the Madding Crowd" with Carey Mulligan and Matthias Schoenaerts.

In 2014 Sands produced costumes for the BBC adaptation of "Wolf Hall" starring Mark Rylance and Damian Lewis and for "Jonathan Strange &

Mr. Norrell" with Bertie Carvel and Eddie Marsan in the title roles as well as the second series of "The Hollow Crown" starring Benedict Cumberbatch as

King Richard III.

Sands Films is a well-established costumier with a large stock of period costumes for hire. Its reputation is built on the quality of its costumes and on the integrity of its designs.

Sands Films also has a permanent costume-making workshop. The facilities include dyeing, printing and varied skills such as corset and crinoline making as well as millenary.

2015 and 2016 have been

just as busy and very wide ranging, from "Poldark"'s second series, "Taboo" and various new TV series for

HBO, BBC, ITV and to major productions such as "Beauty and the Beast".