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Where to shoot in Dubai?

Date: May 8th, 2013   Origin: Dubai   Type: External - Blog

Dubai is home to a world of locations within its 1,587 square miles - whether historical or modern, natural or man-made, indoor or outdoor. We asked the Dubai Film and TV Commission to give us an overview of the five most popular sites for filmmakers.

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Dubai Looks to Lure Hollywood Filmmakers

Date: April 2nd, 2013    Origin: Dubai    Type: External

Dubai Studio City (DSC) has challenged the biggest names in the movie industry to produce their films in the desert city as it gears up to become the largest production hub in the Middle East.

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Dubai FDI brings out new 'Why Dubai' study to update investors worldwide

Date: December 18th, 2012   Origin: Dubai   Type: External

Dubai FDI, the foreign investment office of the Department of Economic Development (DED), has published an updated study on the distinguishing features that enables Dubai to remain an attractive destination for people and businesses worldwide.

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Dubai Studio City and MBC Group in strategic partnership to equip Middle East with studios of international standards

December 3rd, 2012 - In a groundbreaking deal and a first of its kind in the region, Dubai Studio City and MBC Group have signed a strategic partnership to equip the region with the state-of-the-art studios of international standards. The studios will be located in Dubai Studio City and will serve the entire Middle Eastern and North Africa region, as part of a longstanding partnership at the forefront of providing unique and enriching creative and cultural experiences with the latest in advanced digital camera technologies, LED lighting, motion tracking , real-time compositing, 2-D and 3-D imaging... and virtual sets.

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UAE: A hot spot for international filmmakers

November 25th, 2012 - The country has became a top destination for filmmakers from around the world

Two years ago, when Hollywood icon Tom Cruise dangled from the Burj Khalifa for his blockbuster Mission: Impossible — Ghost Protocol, one could assume that the UAE had peaked as a filmmaker’s paradise. But that iconic scene set in Dubai was just a sign of things to come. Over the last two years, the UAE has become a familiar landscape in films.

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