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Forums Pre-Production Forum Looking for 1900's Western Ship Stage : Korean TV Drama shooting

This topic contains 4 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Murray Ashton 2 years, 11 months ago.

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  • seonkwon hwang
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    Hi. All.
    I’m Seon a line producer from Korea.
    We are looking for the stage / studio which has the 1890-1910 WESTERN style ship.
    In Korea, we don’t have that kind of ship stage, so we are looking for some place where we can film it.

    Please advice me that where I can find this kind of ship stage / studio.
    I don’t mind to travel long distance. So, please feel free to advice me.

    Thank you very much.

    Seon Kwon Hwang
    Line producer
    havitus@gmail.com


    Chad Ozturk
    Participant

    Hi Seon,

    Just sent you an e-mail with photos, it can land to the junk mail due to the photos, please check your inbox and spam folder. Thanks.

    Chad


    ALEX and KIM .
    Participant

    New Zealand and/or Italy are absolutely perfect for that.
    Please feel free to contact us with more infos.
    Kim ( ITALIAN KIWI FILM CONNECTIONZ)


    Murray Ashton
    Participant

    Hi Seon,

    Can I suggest that you contact Marine Film in the UK. Please tell them that The Location Guide suggested you contact them. They are experts in searching for ships and in everything to do with filming on ships and marine cinematography.

    http://marinefilm.co.uk/default.asp

    All the best,

    Murray


    Murray Ashton
    Participant

    Hi Seon,

    It might not be the right period but this previous The Location Guide pre-production forum posting for ships may interest you. I’d ask everyone who responded to these posts if they have what you need.
    They are experts in the marine filming business.

    17th century merchant tall ship in Mediterranean area

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