WHO ROLLS WITH US?
AUDACITY MEETS UTILITY
SHOOT AT OUR LEVEL 2 QUALIFIED FACILITY
New York State has invested massively to promote made in New York productions. The program comforts New York’s position as a leader in the production sector, drawing more and more productions to the Empire State. Samson Stages is a level 2 qualified film production facility permitting qualified productions to obtain New York State tax credit when engaging film studio rental services.
Samson caters to producers, film/tv productions, ad agencies, leading brands, but also private labels, alternative gigs, and non-mainstream stuff we have a hard time putting a label on. We offer on site gear rental – learn more about what is available right here at the stage.
THE “OTHER” LAW OF PRODUCTION
We muse at the prospect of naming a law describing the infinitely complex, profoundly social natural phenomenon called production. We’ve seen just about everything happen on and around the stage, and that is what allows us to support your projects with solid experience and understanding. For example, we know how vital comfort around the stage is from the dressing and makeup areas to the green rooms… but also kitchens, dining areas, and other support spaces. We are acutely sensitive to the logistics and needs on set and work around the clock to push the limits of the possible to make Samson the best stage experience anywhere. So the next time you search for a high-end commercial film studio for rent, start with Samson.
BEHIND THE SCENES AND INTIMATE
Check out some Samson sub rosa moments. If you share the feeling that the path is no less important than the destination, you’ll appreciate these candids and anecdotes from the olive press that inevitably precedes the martini.
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What’s on our mind?
Ok, there is a lot of hype around virtual production and even if you haven’t yet considered it seriously, it’s probably come up as an