Sands Films Studios Open House For Prospective Shareholders

Tour of Sands Films Studio & Screening of The Good Soldier Schwejk

Sands Films has some 500 small shareholders who, jointly, own the company and its assets. Together they protect the property from being an object of speculation and thereby guarantee the existance of the company. Their role and function is vital to Sands Films which is a very stable company, trading for over 40 years, but which doesn’t provide high yield.  

The company’s share capital is fixed and the company is not issuing new shares – but after 8 years, the pool of shareholders needs some renewing. New shareholders have therefore the opportunity to join in by purchasing shares from existing shareholders.




The visit of the studio will introduce potential new shareholders to the building and its directors. We will take you round the building and be available to answer all your questions.

There will be tea, coffe and refreshments and at 4.30 the screening of Sands Films’ last production “The Good Soldier Schwejk”

The film is just under two hours long.

  www.sandsfilms.co.uk/   Click here to register your attendance

Disclaimer: The information in this website is subject to changes and cancellation. We always recommend to check with the organiser.

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