Also known as “Orson Wells” studio, because this is where Orson Welles’ 1962 screen adaptation of Franz Kafka’s novel The Trial was filmed, is currently in the final stage of refurbishment. In its new role, this studio is imagined as a place for events and conferences.
During reconstruction, its original 1950 look and feel is brought back in a retro style, with modern stage and audio visual equipment installed and grid added.
It covers over 500 square meters of single space, with audio – visual, make up, office and dressing room facilities making it the only modern, fully functional retro style studio in this part of Europe.
Studio also has access to a ViP area, and fully functional analog audio equipment.