White and green screen Cyclorama/Cyc Studio in the heart of Burbank's media district available immediately for photo shoots, music videos, commercial shoots, self-tapes and other video productions. This studio has been the go-to for many producers, directors, actors, photographers, content creators and videographers. Our Cyc studio is 323 sq ft space with a 12 ft ceiling equipped with two soft box lights. **Repainting in green available upon request, additional fees may apply** ____________________________________________________ Add Ons (additional fees may apply): -Full Green Screen Cyc Reservation (48 hour notice) -Theater Room, 323 sq ft -Multipurpose Room, 524 sq ft -Additional lighting ___________________________________________________ Amenities: - Two soft box lights - Private parking - Wifi - Chairs - Dressing room - Kitchen - Restrooms ____________________________________________________ Rules: -No smoking -Offices have restricted access -Pets must be approved -All ages allowed
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Guests may cancel their Booking until 7 days before the event start time and will receive a full refund (including all Fees) of their Booking Price. Guests may cancel their Booking between 7 days and 24 hours before the event start time and receive a 50% refund (excluding Fees) of their Booking Price. Booking cancellations submitted less than 24 hours before the Event start time are not refundable. Learn more
Nazanin K. booked a video shoot for 3 people
This was a great space for shooting our Halloween Costume IGTV! The host was very responsive and provided lighting which was a plus. We would book here again!
Victoria D. booked a production for 8 people
Emmanuel was very helpful, he replied immediately and was close by whenever we had questions. The green space is pretty small so we struggled a bit to fit all of our movements into the shot but we got the job done and we were under a time crunch so that was our own fault. If we need a white space in the future I will definitely be using the space for that or static movement on a green screen. Also, for others take some time to move the lighting a bit around if you can, some shots of ours were a bit blown out because the green wall was lit so strongly. Give yourself plenty of time in the space to make sure you’re all set :-)