After spending over a year at the wonderful Hayburn Studios in Partick, we have now moved south of the river again to Film City in Glasgow, described as 'the heart and soul of Scotlan's film industry.
Film City is based in the old Govan town hall and forms part of Creative Clyde, with the nearby BBC Scotland and STV studios within walking distance. Prior to being at Hayburn Studios we were based at the Hub in Pacific Quay.
After a three phase, £3.5 million redevelopment Film City Glasgow has firmly established itself as the heart and soul of Scotland’s film and television industry.
The facility comprises of over 12,000 sq. ft. of production office space, a 5,000 sq. ft. studio/build space, workshop areas, rehearsal/meeting rooms, café, and 10,000 sq. ft. of creative business offices, now home to over 25 permanent tenants from the screen and wider creative industries.
Post production facilities within the premises are managed by leading Scottish companies Serious Facilities (picture post) and Savalas (sound post), and include fully equipped high-def edit and grading suites, a Foley studio, project sound suites, and Scotland’s first Dolby Premier Studio.
Film City Glasgow has become the de facto production base for feature film work in Scotland, including Sigma Films Red Road and Perfect Sense, Black Camel Productions Legacy, Ecosse Films Decoy Bride, and Peter Mullan’s Neds. TV production work has included IWC Media for Channel 4 Iron Chef, Red Productions Single Father, Silver River One Night in Emergency, and the BBC with prime time comedies Mrs Brown’s Boys, Old Guys, and Life of Riley.