Film and TV Studios for Hire in Dublin

Film and TV Studios for Hire in Dublin

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Film and TV Studios Hire Guide

Whether you are filming for a movie or tv, the production can only start when you find a studio with everything you need. Dublin has a rich collection of studios that can be a blank canvas, or with the possibility of hiring all the lighting, camera, sound, and editing equipment that you may need.

FAQs about Film and TV Studios in Dublin

Where in Dublin can I find film and TV studios?

You can find a wealth of centrally located film and tv studios. Easy accessibility can play an essential role in production planning, especially if your equipment and crew need to access the filming location. You will find several excellent options on both sides of the River Liffey from Hanover Quay to Temple Bar. There are also quite a few studios and post-production facilities in the south around the Grand Canal which are pretty close to the Irish Film School. There are a few options further out towards the suburbs. Look in the areas around Drimnagh and Royal Oak for options.

How much does it cost to hire a film and TV studio in Dublin? 

Expect costs for this type of creative hire vary depending on the studio's size and the length of hire. Dublin's small production studios will fetch around €1000 to €2000 for a standard 8 to 10-hour session. More extensive facilities will range upwards to €3500 for half-day hire and €5000 for full-day sessions. Remember that total costs will also take into account such things as cleaning fees, Saturday surcharges, and blackout fees. 

What equipment should a film and tv studio offer?

When hiring a studio, make sure you have a fair idea of your needs ahead of time. This will edtermine the types of studios that can meet your needs. Film and tv studios offer far more than simply sound stages and studio spaces. Decide if you will need props, workshop spaces or even storage areas. Also, you may need a green room, makeup, and dressing rooms in addition to rehearsal spaces. Many studios will come equipped with a range of basic equipment such as overhead lighting rigs. However, it would help if you spoke with the studio management about local hire options. Most studios will have a list of preferred vendors and freelancers with whom they prefer to work. It is a good idea also to check whether post-production can be handled on-site as well. Otherwise, you will need to hire space elsewhere.

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