• STILL RUNNING…

    August 8, 2008

    Regional: Film & Video – Regional Film & Video’s US Correspondent, Heather-Annie McCalden talks to Douglas C. Steiner, Chairman of Steiner Studios, a production facility in Brooklyn, New York, in regards to a recent tax break programme created by the State of New York.

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  • BROOKLYN STUDIO LARGER THAN REAL LIFE

    July 5, 2007

    The New York Post – Brooklyn’s Steiner Studios, largest soundstage in the East, is 15 acres, 310,000 square feet. Five soundstages geared to state-of-the-art digital film and hi-def TV. One stage, with its 200 tons of air conditioning, is larger than Elmira – 27,000 square feet, 45 high, enough to build several stories for any script needing an apartment building. Plus there’s support space – dressing rooms, makeup rooms, hairdressing rooms, wardrobe rooms, prop lockups, construction sites, screening rooms, food services, lighting equipment, furniture storage, on-site parking for 1,000 cars.

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  • A MOVIE STUDIO GROWS IN BROOKLYN

    July 5, 2007

    BusinessWeek – If it weren’t for the painted backdrops of Midtown and downtown
    Manhattan, a visitor could almost mistake the sleek, modern apartment
    and the richly appointed law offices for the real thing. The authenticlooking sets, tucked inside Stages Two and Four at Steiner Studios, are
    being used to film the new F/X legal drama Damages, staring Glenn
    Close and Ted Danson.

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  • BROOKLYN STUDIO FILMS A BIG HIT

    March 13, 2006

    Crain’s New York – Before Steiner Studios unveiled its $128 million complex in the Brooklyn Navy Yard a little over a year ago, Ernie Rodriguez operated a tiny two-man locksmith shop in Park Slope. Now, Mr. Rodriguez is at Steiner every week, changing all the locks and access codes every time a production comes in.

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  • NEXT SUBWAY STOP HOLLYWOOD

    January 8, 2006

    The New York Times – The largest room at Steiner Studios, the year-old moviemaking compound at the Brooklyn Navy Yard between Williamsburg and Fort Greene, is 27,000 square feet, with ceilings more than 45 feet high. Inside this mammoth space last Wednesday, as part of the set for a movie called “Across the Universe,” were a few cramped rooms straight out of an artsy 1960’s East Village tenement building, authentic down to the scuffs on the wood floors.

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