TK one Ltd. was established in 2004 and offers a wide variety of high quality film and video transfers at competitive rates. Our clients include broadcasters independent production companies, commercials and feature film producers, distributors, film archives and film researchers. TK one is an approved transfer facility for use by the BBC, ITV network, ITN, C4, C5, and all major film and video archives.
We regularly undertake archive preservation and transfer work for The British Film Institute, The Imperial War Museum and the BBC Broadcast Archive. We are capable of transferring, scanning and digitising most film and video formats to most video and file formats. Whilst we can service all areas of the film and television industry, we have specialised in offering a bespoke service to film libraries and archives. We are also able offer advice on full restoration of damaged film and sourcing of Archive Material.
Our professional facilities are located in the newly developed area of technology and the arts at London's King’s Cross. This prestigious new site covering 67 acres, has attracted many blue chip technology companies such as Google, the Guardian and Observer newspapers, St. Pancras Technology Park, Abbot Datastore and Tileyard Studios. Nearby are also situated The British Library, The Francis Crick Institute for Medical Sciences and Central St. Martins University of the Arts. Situated near to the newly refurbished Regent’s Canal, the area offers the opportunity of relaxing in several new squares with trees, gardens and fountains which have the benefit of many restaurants and shops. Travelling to and from TK one is easy, as we are only a few stops along York Way on the 390 bus route from King’s cross station or a 10 minute walk through granary square. Kings Cross and St Pancras passenger terminals present excellent hub connections with mainline and international railway terminals and many underground lines and bus routes.