Stills from the new music video D4YL shot at our studio last month!
Mack Sennett Studios has positioned itself as the home of LA’s cultural renaissance and serves as
1215 Bates Avenue
Los Angeles, CA
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Mack Sennett Studios exists as a working archive, a case study to explore the historic arc of an industry that continues to undergo tremendous changes as digital technology replaces the materiality of traditional cinematic techniques. In the past century, the small number of owners have shared interest in the building's history and little was discarded as the property changed hands. Under the visionary direction of current owner Jesse Rogg the facility continues to expand its identity as a soundstage, creative event space and a hub for a variety of cultural producers, functioning as the home of Los Angeles' current cultural renaissance. A partial list of past clients/projects that have graced our stages include the likes of Martin Scorsese, David Lynch, Fast Times At Ridgemont High, Ronald Reagan, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Donna Summer, Dr Dre, Anita Baker, Hyundai, Mitsubishi, Adidas, Jerry Lee Lewis, Celine Dion, Yamaha, NIN, McCann Erickson and hundreds of others. Stage #1, a 6,000 sq ft soundproofed soundstage, with a 60' clear span, 100 foot length and 23 feet to the catwalks and adjustable lighting grids, is a fast and easy rig. It has ample power, a 100' U shaped cyclorama, a 7' deep pit in the floor for tricky effect shots, and accommodates cars. Stage #2, with 2,500 sq ft of shooting space and a 50 foot L shaped cyclorama is ideal for small productions and still photo shoots with ample daylight or fully blacked out. Both studio rental facilities have their own separate support facilities: bathrooms, kitchens, dressing, hair / make-up areas and lounges. In addition to studio rentals, Mack Sennett Studios provides scenic backdrops, risers and a well stocked mill for set construction on site. The 12,000 foot basement offers endless possibilities for suspense and atmosphere.