Studio Space Rental

“The Hangar”

317 S. Donlee Drive

TIME LAPSE FROM

NICHOLAS CAGE FILM SET

https://vimeo.com/209827819

 

 

Both the Students in the Digital Film Department at Dixie University and DSU films have the advantage of using a 14,000 foot airplane hangar, formerly known as St. George Airport, for their productions.  This space is rented to outside productions, from time to time by names you may recognize.  For rental inquiries please contact Phil Tuckett 1-856-430-9466

 

The Studio

Aside from an unforgettable view another perk of the DSU studio is endless parking for the whole cast and crew.
It’s just a 2 min walk to local food trucks such as Super Pollo and Affogato coffee or Dixie nutrition and Smiths grocery. 5 min drive to Harmon’s Neighborhood Grocery.  First floor offers a microwave and mini fridge, spring water, coffee machine, and a place to eat. Upper level has extra office space for cast and crew.  Public transport; Uber or Lyft available up to the studio.

Break room and lobby

Endless parking space

Briefing room with television monitor and HDMI hookup

Accommodations

The View

 

 

A little history on the old airplane Hangar:

You are now leaving the DSU Films website

HISTORY

 

 

Equipment Rental

DSU Film Student Equipment Checkout Guide

EQUIPMENT & FACILITIES POLICY INFORMATION

All students are expected to abide by all rules and regulations established by the DSU Digital Film Faculty and Staff.

1. USE OF DEPARTMENT EQUIPMENT/FACILITIES:

Department equipment and production/post-production facilities are to be used for class projects ONLY. DSU Film students are prohibited to allow anyone, other than fellow classmates, to handle, store, or operate department equipment.

2. STUDENTS MUST meet with Ben Braten and Judea Runs Through in order to get approval for a student project. This meeting will be used to help the student tentatively schedule the production and equipment checkout. And if needed suggested crew members to run camera, audio, or G&E. You  MUST have an approved Crew List before your equipment request will be considered.

3. EQUIPMENT AND FACILITY RESERVATIONS

Students should email their reservation requests with Judea (judearunsthrough@gmail.com)  at least 3 days (72 hours) prior to checking-out equipment. The 72-HOUR RULE will be strictly enforced! (If you want to use any of the school facilities you should speak with Christina Merrill.)

EQUIPMENT RESERVATION FORMAT EMAIL

EMAIL REQUEST

Subject line must only include: Check out date, Student’s Name, and Class/Production

Sample: 11/15/18 – Your Name – FILM 3400/Music Video

EMAIL BODY

The body should include: date of checkout, an organized list of equipment requested, and a Crew List. (you can download the PDF files and use preview or another PDF reader to fill them out. They are all fillable. And please SAVE AS with your name and shoot date in the file name ex. YourNameDateCrewList.pdf)

Sample:

The following is my request for checkout 11/15/18 at 12pm. I have attached my equipment request list, a crew list and my call sheet.

Your Name + Email + Cell Phone # (one item per line)

IMPORTANT NOTES: 1) When sending in an update or revision to a reservation request, note this at the top of the BODY of your email: “*** THIS IS A REVISION TO AN EXISTING RESERVATION REQUEST” (not in the subject line). 2) You should consider making a request a WEEK in advance to guarantee your reservation. This includes gear, studios, and rooms. 3) You should also consider making a Call Sheet for each shoot day.

To print forms Right click and save. All the PDF forms are fillable using preview or any PDF reader.  Email form to Judea. (judearunsthrough@gmail.com

Call Sheet
DSU FIlm Crew List
reupload this one

 

 

Student Films

Productions from DSU Film students can be viewed here:

DSU STUDENT FILMS

DOCUTAH

DSU films and the Dixie Digital Film department strive to bring students a well rounded film education by encouraging the participation in DOCUTAH, DSU’s own documentary film festival which showcases films from all over the world.  DOCUTAH celebrates the art of documentary filmmaking, connecting Dixie State University and the community to the world. DOCUTAH offers a unique, entertaining International Documentary Film Festival and year-round programs providing creative, cultural, and educational engagement.

DOCUTAH

“The Hangar”

317 S. Donlee Drive

TIME LAPSE FROM

NICHOLAS CAGE FILM SET

https://vimeo.com/209827819

 

 

Both the Students in the Digital Film Department at Dixie University and DSU films have the advantage of using a 14,000 foot airplane hangar, formerly known as St. George Airport, for their productions.  This space is rented to outside productions, from time to time by names you may recognize.  For rental inquiries please contact Phil Tuckett 1-856-430-9466

 

The Studio

Aside from an unforgettable view another perk of the DSU studio is endless parking for the whole cast and crew.
It’s just a 2 min walk to local food trucks such as Super Pollo and Affogato coffee or Dixie nutrition and Smiths grocery. 5 min drive to Harmon’s Neighborhood Grocery.  First floor offers a microwave and mini fridge, spring water, coffee machine, and a place to eat. Upper level has extra office space for cast and crew.  Public transport; Uber or Lyft available up to the studio.

Break room and lobby

Endless parking space

Briefing room with television monitor and HDMI hookup

Accommodations

The View

 

 

A little history on the old airplane Hangar:

You are now leaving the DSU Films website

HISTORY

 

 

Contact

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Mission Statement

A Million Dreams – Alex Boye

Made by DSU Films

Behind the Scenes: The Making of “A Million Dreams” – Alex Boye

DSU Films was designated as a public/private partnership by the Utah State Legislature in 2012. As such it functions as an integral part of the Digital Film Degree at Dixie State University, supplementing the program’s academic offerings.

Our students benefit from DSU Film’s outreach to the commercial production world, working professionally with clients, our faculty and staff to further develop skills that they learn in the classroom. In addition, the compensation received for this work is vital to the growth of the Digital Film Degree. All profits are used to purchase equipment and facility improvement to prepare our students for the technological advancements of current Digital Film production.

DSU Film’s mission is to provide students with real-world experience in their chosen field and add financial stability to a program which is growing toward Film School status; the future Dixie State University College of Cinematic Arts.

Our Team

We have big ideas

 

 

WORK

Take a look at our past projects
DSU Sports
Commercial
A to Zion: Femme Fatale
Commercial
I AM DSU Baseball
Commercial
Inter Island Helicopters
Commercial
Visual Arts
Commercial
Health Science
Commercial
Zion Orientation
Commercial
It’s Your Water; Use It Wisely
Commercial

 

 

 

 

 

Clients

Who we’ve worked with