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Director
03-28-2013, 10:40 AM
...or shoot to kill at.

We all dream of making the big one, and preferably at a killer movie set. So I've starting compiling a list of movie sets that I would love to film at. Finding some of these require some research and are not always so easy to find on the Internet, so please, feel free to add to this list. Be sure to include a link.

Disney’s newest studio, located in Newhall, California. This studio is eye popping. Just look at the detail in these movie sets. Incredible!
http://goldenoakranch.com/ (http://goldenoakranch.com/)

Melody Ranch. One of the best studio sets for westerns.
http://melodyranchstudio.com/index.html

Ramoji Film City, listed in the “Guinness Book of World Records” as the largest film studio in the world. This place is huge and the sets are outrageous. Located in Hyderabad City, India.
http://www.ramojifilmcity.com/

Four Aces. If you want to film a “On the Road” and “Off the Beaten Path” film that requires a roadside motel with diner and gas station, this might be the place for you. Located in Palmdale, California.
http://4-aces.com/website/

Need Middle Eastern, or Iraqi village set? Check out Blue Could Movie Ranch, located in Santa Clarita, California.
http://www.veluzat.com/

Nick Soares
03-28-2013, 11:48 AM
Universal Studios (Virtual Stage One)

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Virtual Stage 1 offers

Virtual Production / Previsualization
- Pre-Lit Hard Wall Digital Green Screen –24 ft. high x 80 ft. long x 40 ft. wide
- Realtime Motion Capture viewable in Virtual Sets
- Camera Tracking for Realtime composite of live action elements in Virtual Sets
- Realtime interaction between live action and mocap characters in Virtual Sets
- RED ONE MX camera package with pre-encoded lenses
- Encoded 24 ft. Camera Crane
- Pre-rigged, computerized lighting grid allows for co-existing lighting set-ups
- Projector with 9 ft. x 16 ft. projection screen on stage
- Director’s Virtual Scout Camera
- On-site technical director
- Technology available for offsite rental

Post Production
- 2 edit bays with Avid and Final Cut Pro
- 6 station artist suite with Maya 3-D, Motionbuilder, Nuke Compositing and more
- Simultaneously review footage in multiple locations and make notes in frame
- Stage audio/video feeds to all Post Production Suites
- 60+ terabytes of high speed online storage
- Physical content and security procedures
- Wireless internet access

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mara
03-28-2013, 12:15 PM
wow. just...wow.

Director
03-28-2013, 12:59 PM
Yes Nick, that is a nice green room, but take a look at the detailing of this set:

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Click on image to enlarge.

Nick Soares
03-28-2013, 01:24 PM
I might be a little bias though :) Jeffy Berry created this stage

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPd9X2tnmw0

EricTheMan
03-28-2013, 02:25 PM
That is so cool Nick that you Jeff has seen what you are doing and has now joined forces with you, very cool indeed

JHar888
03-31-2013, 09:10 AM
Golden Oak Ranch is sick!

Bryce Welsh
03-31-2013, 07:57 PM
Wellington!

http://www.parkroadpost.co.nz

Peter Jackson's turf. Home to LOTR and Hobbit...

Anonymous Filmmaker
04-19-2013, 02:23 PM
I think the new YouTube studio's look cool. 806