Category:American film studios

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  • A film studio is an environment - interior &/or exterior - which is designed specifically for the production of motion pictures. Most studios consist of at least a series of sound stages, and usually/formerly a controlled exterior or backlot of standing exterior settings and open outdoor space.
  • The term has commonly been misused to identify large corporate film production companies—motion picture production companies, which also own and operates their own studios (as opposed to renting studio facilities from others), and often release and distribute their own products as well.


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