2004 to present

In July 2004, Vivendi sells Studio Babelsberg to FBB – Filmbetriebe Berlin Brandenburg GmbH, operated by Dr. Carl Woebcken and Christoph Fisser.

In Spring of 2005, the restructured studio presents an initial public offering and begins trading on the free market.

In 2006, the studio secures a long-term lease of two industrial halls adjacent to the studio lot, allowing it to double its stage capacity. In the Fall, the studio purchases Prague’s Central Scope Productions sro, allowing it a greater ability to provide international production services.

2007 is the most profitable year since the Studio's privatization in 1992 - 12 feature films are shot at Studio Babelsberg. The German Federal Film Fund (DFFF) comes into effect.

In 2008 Studio Babelsberg and Hollywood producer Joel Silver form a strategic alliance to produce feature films at the world’s oldest film studio.

In 2010 Studio Babelsberg announces a joint venture with Paris based production and sales outfit Celluloid Dreams and Munich based financing company Clou Partners. Motion pictures shot at Studio Babelsberg in 2010: Unknown, The Apparition, Hanna, Chicken with Plums, The Three Musketeers 3D.

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