The region’s leading hub for film and TV production:
Award-winning, multilingual and world-class talent. Their Film and TV services cater to producers, studios, broadcasters and creative agencies looking to produce premium content. They won “Studio of the Year” in the Middle-East, and won the title of “Best Studio for Post-Production”.
Home to the largest backlot (70,000 sq m) in the Middle East that has seen over five productions, including facilities such as costume, make up and dressing rooms, a large canteen and purpose built production offices.
There are a range of prospective options for your business within the current Khalifa Park campus, but the new campus at Yas Bay (under construction) is where the future lies.
Create your own commercial space for your business:
- Build to Suit (Whole Building): 5,000+ sq m
- Build to Order Office: 100+ sq m
- Tenant Self Build: 5,000+ sq m
- Core and Shell: 100+ sq m
- Fitted Office: 35-150 sq m
- Serviced Office: 2, 4 and 6 Desks
- Hot Desk Facility: Unreserved
- Dedicated Desk: Reserved
To understand your requirements further, Knight Frank and twofour54 will work together to provide your real estate solutions.
Designed to inspire at Yas Bay the new home of twoufour54 on Yas Island, ‘the home of entertainment’:
- Waterfront promenade
- Walkable low rise campus
- Hotels and beach clubs
- Parks and open spaces
- F&B outlets
- Multipurpose arena
- Residential buildings
- Studios and production facilities
- Outdoor filming locations
Post-production facilities deliver the highest quality finish to feature films, long-form drama programmes, television commercials, corporate videos, documentaries and more. With multiple suites covering video, editing and colour suite, 4K screening room.
- Advanced digital video editing services
- High-end finishing and colour-grading
- Audio t-production services
- 2D/3D modelling and animation capabilities, motion graphics, animation and video
- 15 HD multi-use post-production suites
- A 17-seat 4K screening room
- The region’s only facilities with both Baselight and DaVinci colour grading systems