How to Make Your Dream Studio Happen (but not yet)
There’s a good chance your dream studio is on the verge of becoming a reality, thanks to a few new rules.
Read moreHere are the new rules from the Department of Energy:1.
The energy department is banning the use of any technology that could be used to remotely control the installation of a virtual production studio in an existing or future office space.2.
Dance studios must now have a permanent location and must have a lease agreement with a building owner that allows for a 10-year occupancy agreement.3.
The department is requiring studios to install all electronic devices, including video conferencing, in a secured location.4.
In the future, any person or organization that does not have a license from the department will be deemed an unlicensed production studio and may not be permitted to operate.5.
A production studio must not include a physical production facility or any equipment that could cause any damage to the environment or public safety.6.
A theater that has been designated for a production of a film or musical must be inspected every year and must be re-certified.7.
The Department of the Interior will no longer allow any person to conduct any production or performance that is located in a public building that has a state permit.8.
The state will now require that any new building or addition to a building be certified as a film production studio prior to occupancy.9.
Any person that wishes to establish a production studio shall pay a fee to the state.10.
All state-licensed productions must be licensed by the department and must undergo an inspection annually.
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