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With more than 50 years of production experience, we provide film studios and infrastructure for television and feature film clients. We offer some of the largest sound stages east of Hollywood. Our studio campuses are located in Atlanta, Wilmington, North Carolina and Miami. NC offers a film grant program, and Atlanta offers a 30 percent film tax credit.  In addition, our Miami location includes full HD capabilities on stage and post production facilities. Our studios rely on experienced, well-trained crew at all locations. In addition, we supply lighting and grip through our television and film studios. Our corporate headquarters is based in New York City, and EUE/Sokolow develops show concepts from Los Angeles and New York City.

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    ATLANTA STUDIOS

    This 33-acre Atlanta film studios complex with 10 sound stages offers 250,000 square feet of production space and 50,000 square feet of furnished office space.

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    WILMINGTON, NC STUDIOS

    Since 1985, more than 400 film, television, and commercial projects have been shot on the 50-acre studio lot. This full-service television and film studio lot offers 10 stages with 150,000 square feet of column-free shooting space.

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    MIAMI STUDIOS

    EUE/Screen Gems Studios Miami has partnered with Viacom International Studios in a two-stage, 88,000 square foot, state-of-the-art production facility in Miami, Florida.

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  • EUE/SOKOLOW ENTERTAINMENT

    An independent television studio with a proven track record, A-List talent relationships and infrastructure required to develop the highest quality television content in a forward thinking business model designed specifically for today’s television environment.

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February 14, 2018 / News

Jeff Cooney, Creative Director and Co-Owner of EUE/Screen Gems Dies at 60

Jeff Cooney, creative director/co-owner of EUE/Screen Gems died Monday in Westchester, NY. Cooney was executive producer of the Emmy-nominated National Geographic “Genius” series on Albert Einstein as well as the upcoming feature in the series, “Picasso.” Cooney, 60, had been struggling with intense pain associated with small fiber neuropathy. A director and producer, Jeff Cooney […]

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