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Small supermarket in Shoreditch / Hoxton
  • £575/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
Neighbourhood grocery store / small supermarket in Shoreditch. We've got a refrigerated section, multiple aisles, alcohol section, all the usual grocery items such as cereal, fresh fruit and vegetables. Prices listed are for exclusive use of the store, but we can also accommodate requests for filming without the store being closed as long as you are respectful to our customers and work with our staff to ensure business is not interrupted. Please provide us with details about your shoot in your booking request, including crew size / duration / purpose / etc.
SuperHost
Delightful multi purpose dance studio in London
  • £50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (3)
  • 3
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
A bright and big space perfect for yoga classes, auditions, workshops, acting classes and similar. One of our regular clients are The Jersey Boys. Also used by theatre,casting agents as well as yoga and pilates teachers. This space also has a tuned piano, a boom box speaker you can plug your phone into and chairs free for use.
SuperHost
Victorian Conversion Flat Ground Floor
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
Ground Floor Victorian Conversion 1 bed flat. Open plan Kitchen/Living Room with Bay Windows
SuperHost
Fulham, London
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • LONDON, UK
1st floor flat in a 3 flat house on the Fulham Road in London - 5 min walk from Parsons Green Tube Station
SuperHost
A Daylight & Blackout Photographic Studio
  • £67/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (1)
  • 1
  • Instant book
  • London , UK
A daylight & blackout photographic studio located in a De Beauvoir warehouse building. Minutes from Dalston and Haggerston. Ideal for editorials, commercials, lookbooks, music videos. Plus short films as well castings and workshops. These warehouse spaces are located on the top floor. Large windows & skylights provide ample daylight. Total blackout option if required. Weekdays 9am-6pm/ weekends 9am-5pm Overtime applies outside those hours
SuperHost
Photo/Film Studio 2
  • £35/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (5)
  • 5
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
The photography studio includes 4 coloured backdrops (white, black, nude & chromagreen), props and additional lighting (ask for full list). Our facilities also include a changing area, toilets, showers, and a 2 make-up stations. Mavro Worldwide photographers and videographers can be hired to help you accomplish all your creative goals. An editing suite with editors, designers, and animators are located on site.
SuperHost
With over three decades of rich history as a photographic studio, we’ve seen big changes to reopen as a space that is both highly functional and accommodating. With the needs of every photographer, producer, stylist, assistant and client in mind, we strive to offer each hire a professional and functioning workspace equipped with all the essentials to build a home away from home. Located in the heart of Shoreditch and with easy access to public transport, shops, restaurants and amenities, our space is fully equipped for all photography and production needs. If we don't have it, our team will assist you in finding everything you need to assure your hire runs as smoothly as possible.
SuperHost
Industrial Warehouse Creative Studio w/Big Windows
  • £60/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
Tucked away in the famed industrial south east of London. This beautiful 1050 square foot converted warehouse studio, has fast become a favourite with creatives looking for a space to bring their projects to life. From clients such as MTV to small student films and magazine submissions. We welcome all projects to create in this beautiful, versatile space. The studio features: -high ceilings -giant south-facing industrial windows -wood beam floors - leather seated lounge area -upcycled wooden desks -various colorama backdrops -full professional flash lighting set up. -Upstairs kitchenette area -industrial lift and loading dock -free parking - smeg Fridge - coffee Machine
SuperHost
Charming New Victorian Loft Studio in London
  • £190/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
The New Victorian loft has been tastefully decorated to create a home-from-home feel without infringing too much on the venue’s open space. Plush velvet sofas, armchairs and lamps line the edge of the hall alongside colourful wallpapers in vibrant boujis designs. A small kitchen area is well equipped for any private catering set-up, although Lumière also offers an internal hospitality team that have been expertly trained to create bespoke private dining experiences from sit-down lunches and dinners to glamourous receptions with Champagne and canapes.
SuperHost
Photo Studio at the heart of London
  • £20/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • London, UK
Located at the heart of London in Kennington, this charming Grade II listed studio, offers style with convience of a central location. Built in 1890s as part of the Pullen’s Yards, the studio’s yard has often been part of the shoot as much as inside. The studio is located just outside the congestion charge zone and there is off-street car-parking. Kennington and Elephant & Castle tube stations are within walking distance.
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Frequently Asked Questions

How much does an average Film Shoot location cost to rent?
Film Shoot location rates typically average $107 per hour.
What is the attendee limitation of average Film Shoot locations?
Attendee limits often vary with the size and features of a Film Shoot location, but average 34 people per booking.
What is the average hourly minimum of Film Shoot locations?
The average minimum booking time for Film Shoot locations is 3 hours.
What is the average square feet of a Film Shoot location?
There's a great range of Film Shoot locations available, with an average size of 1260 square feet.
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About Film Shoots

From conceptualizing an idea, penning down an award-winning script, to assembling the best pre-production, production, and post-production teams; it's fair to say, a lot goes into the process of putting together a film shoot.

Planning an on-location film production is often likened to the process of organizing a circus. Both bring together a collection of skilled people and props to stage a grand performance against the backdrop of an ideal setting. However, film shoots vary in nature, and the need for specific locations, be it a green screen room, vintage vehicle, or a mid-century abode, equally varies.

Take care of one of the biggest problems by considering selections of suitable film shoot locations across various cities. Once you’ve identified ideal film shoot spaces, all that's left is to turn up with your team on the scheduled day equipped with what’s needed to call “action.”

The Best Film Shoot Venues

Film shoot locations essentially act as canvases when working on a video project. More than likely, you'll need at least two or more venues to bring your project to life. In that case, here are some cinematic locations worth exploring.

  • Empty Parking Structures
    With a creative project lined up, a parking structure provides a large enough space for your scheduled activities. Whether it's a dance shoot, a video production scene that involves a large number of extras, or perhaps you want to build a specialized set from scratch; an empty parking lot serves as the perfect blank slate.

  • Vintage Cars
    Whether your production is based on a historic setting or you simply want a cinematic boost; you can't go wrong having a vintage car on set. It doubles a prop that can dress up an otherwise empty space particularly when filming music videos. Consider renting an eye-catching 1982 Pink Corvette for your scheduled creative project.

  • Loft Studios
    A loft studio provides high ceilings, plenty of light, and lots of space which are all aspects needed for a good film shoot. These spaces also work as blank canvases and with the help of props and some set building, you can convert a loft studio into your desired film location.

  • Unfurnished Homes
    Renting a home for a film shoot gives you access to several filming locations rolled up in one. You’ll come across selections of stunning houses varying in style ranging from mid-century, minimalistic, Old Hollywood, and super luxurious. A majority feature minimal furniture and furnishings allowing you to dress them up as needed.

  • Fully-Furnished Homes
    Using a fully-furnished home as a film shoot space saves you the hassle of dressing it up yourself which can often turn out to be a costly affair. These residences are tastefully furnished giving them a homey feel and with the vast choices available, you'll undoubtedly find one that works for your production.

What to Look for in Film Shoot Spaces

A film shoot brings together producers, directors, camera operators, talent, and several other professionals. Regardless of the scale, you'll always need a spacious location to accommodate everyone as well as the filming equipment. Several more considerations should guide the film shoot space selection process.

  • Capacity
    Naturally, you'll need a spacious video shoot location, even if you are working on a small indie project. Film equipment like lights can easily heat up a space and make things uncomfortable for everyone. Account for the crew, cast, equipment, and props when scouring around for suitable film locations.

  • Accessibility
    Given that a film shoot includes a team of professionals and equipment; it's wise to choose an easily accessible location. It reduces your overall budget when it comes to transportation, saves you from hauling equipment around, and you'll avoid wasting time when moving between locations.

  • Amenities
    Certain amenities like access to functioning power outlets and heating/cooling systems are perhaps non-negotiable when organizing a film shoot. Other perks like parking, WiFi, and access to kitchen facilities are an added plus. Again, it depends on your preference but most locations don’t disappoint because they come bundled with several helpful amenities.

  • Parking
    Going back to the equipment factor, depending on the nature of your film project you might need to set up a mobile studio somewhere. Having access to a dedicated parking lot provides extra space to convert into yet another production space, set up caravans for the cast/crew, and simply park the vehicles providing transportation.

  • Ambiance
    Even an empty space exudes a certain charm and you want to go for a film shoot space that aligns with the overall theme of your project. It reduces the work that goes into converting the space for your intended purpose and also lowers your props budget if the location includes furnishings.

Film Shoot Inspiration

A film shoot provides an opportunity for a team of professionals to showcase their talents in a creative way. You also want to impress the team working on the project off the bat, and it starts with selecting the best film shoot spaces.

  • Dance Shoots on Roof Tops
    A rooftop provides the perfect vantage point to film establishing shots, music videos, brawl scenes, dance shoots, and interviews. It equally works for chase scenes, think of the "Die Hard" sequences, or romantic settings.

  • Music Videos in Wine Cellars or Basements
    Wine cellars and basements are the perfect spaces to film chilling thriller or horror scenes. It doesn't hurt if the cellar/basement is accessed via a stairway because it provides yet another set to use at a single venue.

  • Productions in Vintage Bathrooms
    Some restored locations have Art Deco or vintage-inspired bathrooms that would serve as great sets for historical scenes. With proper set dressing, a bathroom location can also work for a music video or horror film scene.

  • Video Shoots in Home Offices
    A home office is a versatile space that can function as a private investigator's office, business premises, or the principal's office. Generally, any scene requiring an office set-up can work in this space.

  • Filming at a Movie Theater
    A small theater or home cinema room can provide the perfect setting for a church scene. There are other possibilities to transform the abstract room into varied cinematic film shoot locations, particularly if the pews are movable.