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FOX STUDIOS AUSTRALIA
Sydney is home to Fox Studios Australia, one of the largest studio facilities in the southern hemisphere, conveniently located close to the City Centre.
Films such as X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Baz Luhrmann's Australia, Superman Returns, Star Wars Episodes II & III, The Matrix trilogy, Moulin Rouge and Mission Impossible II have taken advantage of Fox Studios' world-class production facilities.
Eight stages, including a purpose-built orchestral scoring stage, cater for productions of every scale, supported by production office space and post-production houses for picture and sound, as well as digital and special effects.
State-of-the-art communication links allow for international image and sound transfer - high-speed internet access, telestreaming and secure ftp sites - while backlot areas provide for exterior filming, construction workshops and storage.
For further information please contact Sam Pantos, Manager at Fox Studios Australia - www.foxstudiosaustralia.com
In addition to Fox Studios, New South Wales boasts a range of smaller studios that offer high quality facilities and services, catering specifically to the needs of small to medium sized productions.
For further information on filming in Sydney and the state of New South Wales please contact the Production Attraction Team:
Email Contact Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE BROKEN HILL STUDIOS
Broken Hill has a rich filming history that spans over 30years, having featured in films such as; Wake In Fight, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Mission Impossible II and Mad Max II, just to name a few. The Broken Hill Studios are situated in South Broken Hill and were formally known as the Central Power Station (CPS). The CPS closed down in 1986 and contains some impressive and atmospheric buildings. These include two enormous, cathedral-like former power generating stations. The site covers around 2.5 ha and lies adjacent to the iconic Line of Lode – an imposing man made site, on the richest silver, lead and zinc mines in the world
This project is an Australian landmark and an innovative re-use of heritage infrastructure. It is anticipated to become a film, tourism, arts and educational district– creating opportunities for investment and employment.
Station B was the first section of the site to be redeveloped and is the 5th largest studio in Australia.
Some fast facts about the Studio:
• 2230m2 and 14m high
• 3 phase power supply
• Level Concrete Floor
• Toilet facilities
• On-site parking
• Ancillary areas including catering and wardrobe facilities
For more information on the Broken Hill Film Studios please contact the Film Project Co-ordinator at Film Broken Hill on email@example.com
For more information on filming in the Broken Hill and Far West see the Film Broken Hill website http://www.filmbrokenhill.com