backlot

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backlot

(ˈbækˌlɒt)
n
(Film) an area outside a film or television studio used for outdoor filming
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'Ghost' is currently in production, having completed 30 days of filming at media zone twofour54's backlots in Abu Dhabi and Al Ain.
Producers at Fox Searchlight handpicked Tatton Studios as one of their key locations, with war scenes shot on one of its 24-acre backlots and interior shots being filmed in its green screen studio.
ABS-CBN said the sound stages represent the beginning of a plan to establish a production hub that include sound stages, backlots, production and post production facilities and offices that will allow both the company and Philippine-based productions to match production facilities found elsewhere in the world.
Shepperton Studios, which is owned by the Pinewood Group, had previouslyannouncedit was restoring one of its backlots from use as a gravel pit to a film set.
This facility, with 20 soundstages, backlots, and exterior sets on 41 acres, also offers co-production and financing services.
Baseball is a thoroughly American sport played everywhere from backlots, to school athletic fields, to major league stadiums.
He was also a regular visitor to the studio backlots, where he conducted dressing-room interviews with the likes of Marilyn Monroe, Lana and Ava Turner, Lucille Ball, Clark Gable, Tyrone Power, Elvis Presley and Bing Crosby.
Childlike kids' hero Pee-Wee Herman tries to find his stolen bike in an adventure which takes him to The Alamo and to the backlots of Warner Bros studios.
Director Steven Soderbergh recaptures the spirit of the era by mimicking the practices of a 1940s film, including rear projection, studio backlots and gorgeous black and white cinematography - only with realistic violence and swearing.
A collection of working backlots, combined with show-business themed attractions, offers a wide array of private-event options.
Promoters Backlot Marketing & Management boast that it could be "one of the world's biggest and best studio backlots".
Ironically, most of Hollywood's `Canadian' films were shot on the backlots of Hollywood studios or in the California countryside.