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Park City — Park City Film Studios has begun construction on its new $125 million movie studio at Quinn’s Junction in Park City, Utah.
The new film studio and mixed-use creative campus will be built on 30 acres of property at the intersection of US 40 and Highway 248. The film studio will serve as an international full-length feature film and television production facility, with soundstages, studio production services and editing. The creative campus will contain a film school, a hotel, and a guitar museum.
“For years we’ve had large film makers come to Utah to take advantage of our beautiful scenery only to leave and complete filming and post production in other states,” said Greg Ericksen, owner and developer of Park City Film Studios. “Park City Film Studios will be a game-changer for Utah by finally allowing film makers to complete a film from start to finish without leaving the state, ultimately increasing job opportunities and growing the industry as a whole.”
During a groundbreaking ceremony, Park City Film Studios announced the selection of Jill Jones of ajc Architects to begin the design and permitting process for the new studio complex. Park City Film Studios also secured Giant Entertainment & Management (GEM) to aid in the design and construction of the Park City studio.