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backlot

(ˈbækˌlɒt)
n
(Film) an area outside a film or television studio used for outdoor filming
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Abu Dhabi-based twofour54 will offer an outdoor film set, a permanent backlot and studios for productions of different sizes, said H.
Yash Raj Films and twofour54 left no stones unturned as they recreated Iraq in Abu Dhabi by building a 20,000-square-meter set on a backlot in the Khalifa Industrial Zone (KIZAD), as well as filming on location.
Universal Studios Hollywood is offering its its exclusive VIP Experience guests the unique opportunity to step onto Soundstage 22 on the Universal backlot to see first-hand where the "Will & Grace" sitcom revival is making history for a second time.
Part prophecy, part educated guess, None Shall Escape is a one-of-a-kind film: the only wartime Hollywood production to depict what would later be called the Holocausta flash-forward to an unimaginable event somehow imagined on a backlot at Columbia Pictures in 1943.
According to deputy mayor Didier Parakian, the council also plans to build a backlot near the Belle de Mai Media Park, expected for 2017, and plans to build an additional two studios in Marseille.
A 30-episode Arabic drama titled Haret Al Shaikh (The Shaikh's Neighbourhood) will film in a new backlot in Abu Dhabi.
After dinner, guests can go on the included Studio Tour to discover sets such as the Gryffindor common room and the Weasleys' kitchen, then head to the attraction's newly opened Platform 9 3/4 - which features the original Hogwarts Express steam train - for a selection of desserts and a Butterbeer in the Backlot Cafe.
THE HILLS (2006-10) Last Scene: The scenic backdrop was removed revealing that the set was on a studio backlot.
Keep an eye out for Kingston Falls in the film - it's the same set used for Back to the Future; both movies were filmed on the backlot at Universal Studios.
Atlantis is the first British TV drama to use the virtual backlot production technique of the movie 300.
McLean was previously involved in the formation and expansion of Vancouver Film Studios and its subsidiary companies, Pacific Backlot Services and Signal Systems.
at CBS Studio's New York Street Backlot, 4024 Radford Ave.