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backlot

(ˈbækˌlɒt)
n
(Film) an area outside a film or television studio used for outdoor filming
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Baseball is a thoroughly American sport played everywhere from backlots, to school athletic fields, to major league stadiums.
Leading with a selection of his still-life work, the remaining photographs are arranged by location - Death Valley, Oceano, the Southwest, Point Lobos, Yosemite, as well as the backlots of Southern California studio sets.
Promoters Backlot Marketing & Management boast that it could be "one of the world's biggest and best studio backlots".
Online, The Houston Film Commission, The Academy Awards and various movie studios use 360-degree-by-360-degree IPIX images of backlots, film locations, star-studded events and film trailers on their web sites.
Later, Weston trained his lens on Hollywood backlots, Mojave Desert diners and ruined antebellum mansions in the Deep South, ripping these familiar images out of stale, journalistic contexts.
There is also a need for studios and backlots, and to that end a lot of developing and building is going on in Scandinavia.
Though it may surprise ``Seinfeld'' groupies, Alexander knows his way around the floorboards as well as the backlots.
Such captive audiences have been luring national chains to studio backlots.
Paramount Pictures is the only major movie studio actually in Tinseltown; the tales that keep the Dream Factory humming come from backlots and soundstages in Culver City, Burbank, Century City and Universal City.
Company, one of Germany's biggest producer-distribs, hopes to keep the scheme cost-effective by shooting fewer days, using more of its studio soundstages and backlots and, more importantly, retaining DVD and international rights to the discount movies.
Hollywood's new neighborhoods may be the first real significant additions to studio backlots in years, but the building boom is not over yet.
Complete studio and production services are available, including backlots that can double for international locales, and soundstages totaling over 270,000 square feet.