Netflix has set afloat its updated manufacture hubby taking a long-term lease on seven soundstages at the Canadian Motion Pictures Park studio complex, just outside Vancouver.
CMPP’s manufacturing center in Burnaby, B.C., has 18 soundstages over 25 acres. Netflix plans to capture an untitledGraham King project and will make it large on its Midnight Mass TV series to its latest project hub.
The leasehold gives Netflix around 178,000 square feet of manufacture space over seven soundstages, plus to office and support space.
Netflix’s adhesive presence in Vancouver follows the streaming giant and combats like Hulu and Amazon lining up local platforms and teams across Canada to make their own real content for global distribution.
The King project stars Sandra Bullock and is supposed to start manufacture in the fall. The real series Midnight Mass, from the maker and director Mike Flanagan and administrative producer Trevor Macy and Intrepid Images have even initiated filming locally at Bridge Studios.
Past year, Netflix set afloat a single manufacture hub in Toronto, taking long-term leasehold on eight soundstages at separate studios to help to make its growing film and TV criticize harshly while local inducement. Netflix also has a European making hub in Madrid, Spain.
Now, Netflix, makers in British Columbia, on Canada’s west coast, include Lost in Space, Altered Carbon and Another Life, and more.
In the past, Netflix has used a host of Vancouver studios and is spreading its local footprint with the long term hold on the CMPP stages.
The film community is excited that Netflix and CMPP are joining forces in Vancouver as it gives us larger opportunities to work on Netflix’s ground-breaking and different productions.
CMPP is the best services I have worked at and the gold standard for stages, Rose Lam, Altered Carbon producer gives a statement.