Working Title Films is a British film industry, which is based in London, UK.

It was founded in 1983 and also has buildings in Ireland and Los Angeles, California. Some films Working Title Films have created are: Name of Film Budget
Billy Elliot Shaun of the Dead Pride and Prejudice Nanny McPhee Bean Mr Bean’s Holiday Johnny English Frost/Nixon Bridget Jones’s Diaries $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $28,000,000 $34,000,000 $18,000,000 $25,000,000 $40,000,000 $25,000,000 $25,000,000

Gross ($)
$109,280,263 $30,039,392 $121,147,947 $122,489,822 $251,212,670 $229,736,344 $160,583,018 $27,015,079 $281,929,795

Co-Produced With
Focus Features Rogue Pictures StudioCanal StudioCanal/ Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Polygram Filmed Entertainment/ Tiger Aspect Productions StudioCanal/ Tiger Aspect Productions/ Firstep Productions StudioCanal Imagine Entertainment/ StudioCanal/ Relativity Media Miramax (US)

Upcoming for 2010: Green Zone – 11th March 2010 Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang – March 2010 Paul – 2011 About The Company It was co-founded by producers Tim Bevan and Sarah Radclyffe in 1984. A few years after, Radclyffe left the company, and Eric Fellner joined. In 1999, it was sold to Universal Studios, which is now known as a “parent” company to it. Since 1999, any film made is allowed to have a film budget of up to $25 million. WT2 Productions was made in 1999 which became a subsidiary company. It is an independent film production arm which is ran by Natascha Wharton. In 1991, Working Title became involved in a bid to gain control of the London weekend ITV license. Many others tried to gain control, such as Mentorn, Palace and Polygram, and to broadcast under the name London Independent Broadcasting. In this, LWT retained the license. Charlie Murray 12ELC