Fox Baja Studios

Fox Baja Studios


Rosarito, Mexico (MX)
Baja Studios is located three miles south of Rosarito, just off the free road, between the 1-D. Autopista and the ocean. The facility has over 15,000 square feet of permanent office space, 70,000 square feet of enclosed stage space and more than 90,000 square feet of construction workshops, storage areas, and physical plant facilities, as well as backlot facilities and a New York street facade.

Unobstructed views of the ocean, a combined tank volume of over 20 million gallons and a modern filtration plant capable of delivering 9,000 gallons of filtered sea water per minute make Fox Studios Baja the premiere facility for any filming activity, water-related or not. Site improvement and expansion is ongoing.

Originally built for the Twentieth Century-Fox epic Titanic, Baja Studios is a completely self-contained production facility. Since 1996, various films in addition to Titanic have used the facility. Examples include: Universal Tremors TV series, MGM’s Tomorrow Never Dies, Dreamworks’ In Dreams, Warner Brother’s Deep Blue Sea, Fox’s Kung Pow, Disney’s Pearl Harbor, as well as numerous commercials.

The location provides access to the dynamic technical and artistic expertise of both nations. Numerous hotels, condominiums and restaurants serve the resort area.
Baja Studios is located three miles south of Rosarito, just off the free road, between the 1-D. Autopista and the ocean. The facility has over 15,000 square feet of permanent office space, 70,000 square feet of enclosed stage space and more than 90,000 square feet of construction workshops, storage areas, and physical plant facilities, as well as backlot facilities and a New York street facade.

Unobstructed views of the ocean, a combined tank volume of over 20 million gallons and a modern filtration plant capable of delivering 9,000 gallons of filtered sea water per minute make Fox Studios Baja the premiere facility for any filming activity, water-related or not. Site improvement and expansion is ongoing.

Originally built for the Twentieth Century-Fox epic Titanic, Baja Studios is a completely self-contained production facility. Since 1996, various films in addition to Titanic have used the facility. Examples include: Universal Tremors TV series, MGM’s Tomorrow Never Dies, Dreamworks’ In Dreams, Warner Brother’s Deep Blue Sea, Fox’s Kung Pow, Disney’s Pearl Harbor, as well as numerous commercials.

The location provides access to the dynamic technical and artistic expertise of both nations. Numerous hotels, condominiums and restaurants serve the resort area.
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Links: www.bajastudios.com
By: DonMartini

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