Universal Pictures are celebrating their 100 year anniversary this year and they are not only celebrating their success but they are trying to tackle movie piracy.
They have teamed up with Screenthing to educate youngsters at the importance of not downloading movies - visit www.facebook.com/Screenthing for more information.
During their 100 years at the top of the movie tree Universal have been behind some great movies - many of which have been filmed here in the UK.
In this new video Universal take us on a tour of London to see some of the most famous movie locations.
Location managers Sue Quinn Adam Richards talk about the movies that they have worked on and how illegal downloads will damage that industry if something isn't done about it.
Comedies such as Notting Hill, Love Actually and Bridget's Jones Diary have been filmed in London as has sweeping romance epic Atonement and Shakespeare In Love.
Cinema & Universal has provided us with some of the greatest characters and moments over the years and that is a tradition that is under threat with the emergence of the illegal download trend.
Universal have been a driving force in cinema over the last 100 years with many movie showcasing UK talent from locations to actors, directors and those behind the camera.
The centennial celebrations are set to run all year and Universal will mark the occasion with the extensive restoration of thirteen of the studio’s most beloved titles such as To Kill a Mockingbird, All Quiet on The Western Front, Jaws, The Sting, Out of Africa, Frankenstein, and Schindler’s List bringing some of their greatest classics to a new generation.