Launch comes a year after Clear Cut launched its pop-up post service
Clear Cut Pictures has transformed a large warehouse space at its Shepherd’s Bush facility into a 5,000 sq ft. multipurpose studio.
The space was initially converted for client Bigger Bang when the multiplatform indie required the space to house a 30ft x 30ft green screen for a shoot last month.
The facility has now launched the studio as a permanent offering for clients requiring green screen shoots, rehearsals, prop making and interviews for smaller sets.
The four-walled studio features a high ceiling truss and large roller doors for easy access. While it is not a sound stage and has not been sound proofed, it has access to off street parking, production offices and changing room facilities.
The studio launch comes a year after Clear Cut launched its pop-up post service, creating temporary post set-ups for clients in Birmingham and Norwich.
According managing director of Clear Cut Pictures Rowan Bray the move shows how the facility is working more collaboratively with production partners to broaden its services.
“We’re always looking for ways to diversify our offerings and support our clients, so when one of them mentioned they needed studio space for a green screen, we were more than happy to help,” she said.
“We are in a unique position with this brilliant, large, adaptable, area at our Shepherds Bush facility and its fantastic to have this as a permanent studio space that we can now offer to clients,” she added.
Clear Cut Pictures recent post credits include Classic Mary Berry, Life and Death Row – In Cold Blood and Imagine: Mel Brooks: Unwrapped.