Studio Babelsberg is a strong supporter of the German film industry and offers a first-rate production environment to German film and television producers.
By applying for funds from reference subsidies, Studio Babelsberg can co-produce and thus help finance important German productions.
Such reference funds generated from international box-office and festival successes like The Reader or The Ghost Writer were used in the past to support German films, including Oscar-winning The Counterfeiters, Fünf Jahre, Lilly the Witch - The Journey to Mandolan, as well as European productions like the latest Beauty and the Beast.
Today, the world’s oldest large-scale film studio is one of the leading service providers in film and television production.
Aside from offering Europe’s largest studio complex (including 300,000 sqft of stage space and a 4 acres back lot at one convenient location), we offer internationally renowned production services through Studio Babelsberg Motion Pictures, and first-rate set construction services through Studio Babelsberg Art Department.
Our costume, make-up und props shops each include expansive rental departments, workshops to manufacture individual designs, a library of historic reference material, information on the newest trends and a team of specialists who see your project through production, regardless of scope and complexity. Our Art Department offers a unique set of services, unparalleled in Europe.
Through our extensive services, highest technical standards and the great experience of our team of specialists, we can guarantee an efficient workflow, cost-efficient production and highest quality.
In the past years, Studio Babelsberg’s various service-divisions helped to produce such exceptional German films as Good Bye, Lenin!, Berlin Blues, Paths in the Night, Sun Alley, Dresden and the Oscar-winning films The Lives of Others and The Counterfeiters.
Good bye, Lenin!, Sonnenallee, the Oscar-winning The Lives of Others and The Counterfeiters as well as Lilly the Witch - The Dragon and the Magic Book and Yoko.
Current the following German productions have been carried out: