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The Mill is a post-production and visual effects company launched in 1990 with offices in London, New York and Los Angeles.

The Mill's Film special effects subsidiary, Mill Film, won an Oscar for its work on the film Gladiator. The Mill was the first UK-based post-production company to set up offices in New York. The Mill is respected for high-end visual effects and is usually well represented at the numerous Advertising and Visual Effects awards ceremonies world-wide each year. The film unit closed in 2003, but as of 2009 has since been reopened due to the success of its work on television commercials and music videos.[1] Some of the major advertising campaigns include Sony, Nike, Levis, Honda and Adidas.

The Mill also produces visual effects for several television dramas, including the BBC Wales productions, Doctor Who, Torchwood and The Sarah Jane Adventures, as well as Merlin and Demons.

The Mill also owns online advertising approval, archiving and distribution site, BEAM.TV

According to its annual report, in 2005 The Mill had revenue of £32.5 million and operating profit of £5.2 million. In February 2007, The Mill was acquired by Private equity firm The Carlyle Group, in a deal rumoured to be worth £60 million.[2]



External links

  • The Mill's Web site
  • BEAM.TV's Web site
  • The Mill at IMDB
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The Mill

World map: The Pitt
inside: The Pitt
map marker: none
other exits: Abandoned Area
The Hole
quests: Unsafe Working Conditions

The Mill is a steel mill building centrally located in The Pitt, added to Fallout 3 in the add-on The Pitt.

The Mill is one of the most important buildings in The Pitt, being centrally located and serving as a hub between The Pitt Downtown, The Pitt Uptown, and the Steelyard. The steel mill also contains The Hole and the Ammo Press which according to Ashur is how he has kept his "army" intact and with ammunition "all these years".




  • Marco - Slave secretly manufacturing weapons for the rebels. Can give the player an Auto Axe.
  • Brand - A slave snitch who passes information to the Raiders in exchange for work breaks.


  • Everett - Raider in charge of gathering steel ingots from the Steelyard. See the Mill Worker quest.
  • Faydra - Raider in charge of arranging arena fights in The Hole.
  • Bone - Raider guard who comments on the player's fights in The Hole.
  • Spook - guards the entrance to The Hole.
  • Hammer - guards the gate to Uptown.


  • Near the gate to Uptown is an injured slave curled up on the ground. If the player has sufficient Medicine skill, examining the slave will give the player the option of either temporarily alleviating his injuries or killing him to end his suffering. Neither is considered a "good" or "evil" action. If the player does nothing, a Raider guard will berate the injured slave for laziness, and eventually execute him. If the player treats the slave, he will return to work and the Raider will be amused and remark that the slave will now be able to work for a few more weeks before dropping dead from his injuries.
  • Hammer is standing in front of a locked gate that requires a key, leading to Uptown. You can gain access to the other side without the key by climbing the stairs behind Hammer and jumping onto the beam with the light. Then leap across and over the fence. Note that you cannot enter Uptown; the door is locked and requires a key to open. (No such key exists, but it opens during Free Labor)
  • The Ammo Press is a machine that can be used to create ammunition after completion of the quest Free Labor. Access is given by either Werhner or Ashur.


  • On Pc (v 1.5) - After stealing all auto-axes from the slaves and ammo and weapons from Bone and Hammer they all seem to restock. Hammer restocked a .32 Pistol. So there seems to be a unlimited resource of ammo and pistols.
  • PC (steam) - Past the entrance to the Steel Mills and the weaponsmith, there is a slave collapsed on the floor. When you "talk", you have the option of healing him (medicine 50) or of putting him out of his misery. If you choose neither and instead choose to sandman kill the slave - he counts as asleep - your character will lie down on the floor behind him, spooning, instead of slitting his throat. You receive no XP for this kill, though the slave is dead and the slaver will act as if you killed him normally/choice.


Behind the scenes

  • In the real world, steel mills were never located in this part of Pittsburgh. They were located along the banks of rivers opposite from the Downtown area, such as the same side of the river as where you emerged from the tunnel.
The Pitt (add-on)

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From Wookieepedia, the Star Wars wiki.

The Mill was a building that was located in the settlement Dalia, on the planet Dalicron-4.


The Mill was the only lumber cutting facility on Dalicron-4 and was constructed decades before the Galactic Civil War. It was used only when a building project on the planet required cut lumber and the people of Dalia kept it well maintained, so that they could rebuild the town when the planet's frequent storms damaged buildings.


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