Studio C Sign

Studio C Sign by Rudy Giron

Stucio C took part in the realization of visual effects for more than 350 shots for the movie “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe”. Studio C has also participated in the following films: The Ring 2, Armaggedon, Sphere, Space Jam and Angels in the Outfield, just to name a few.

Studio C has their headquarter offices in La Antigua Guatemala. Now, I guess we can also say, Movies-R-Us! 😉

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  • Anne Groombridge

    Antigua is a natural as far as stunning locations and film making are concerned; I would not be at all surprised if Antigua comes to feature in more movies in the future. I have been awaiting the DVD release of Looking for Palladin in the UK, but although it was at one time shown as a part of the Cambridge Film Festival, it has not appeared in the shops either for sale or for rental. Looking for Palladin is set in Antigua; I believe that among other places Cafe Viejo is used as a prominent part of the film. If anyone can tell me how I can get ahold of a DVD of this film it would be much appreciated!

  • NicWirtz

    Guatemala has been on the radar of location managers for some time. I believe the final ceremony scene of Star Wars was shot, in part, in Tikal.

    There is a thriving local cinematic scene and a handful of companies based in and around Antigua as Rudi highlights.

    I’m sure the film is out at the market, although perhaps this isn’t what you’re looking for Anne 🙂

  • Anne Groombridge

    Thanks for your comments; I am not surprised that somewhere as beautiful and unique as Guatemala (and Antigua in particular) is being “discovered” by Hollywood! I am in the UK at the moment, but I will be in Antigua for a couple of months this summer. I will have a look at the market for the film “Looking for Palladin” while I am there.

  • NicWirtz

    An alternative idea would be to ask somewhere like the Bagel Barn or other places with strong cinematography links. I’m sure Rudi could give more options.

    Buying at the market might not end up benefitting the local film industry.