In 1979, the National Register of Historic Places crowned Miami Beach's Art Deco District a Historical Place in America. The Art Deco in Miami is composed of structures built between 1923 and 1943 and is the world’s largest collection of Art Deco architecture. South Beach has grown tremendously in popularity as a Mecca for tourists not only because it helps showcase Miami architecture, but also because the city's unique style.
Because of its beauty, pleasant weather and welcoming eclectic population, many famous movies have been filmed there, as there is never a loss of places to shoot film in Miami. The Art Deco buildings have been used as a back drop in numerous movies. Oscar winner, Will Smith, filmed “Ali,” in South Beach. Other movies include: “Scarface,” and “The Bird Cage." Ideal outdoor locations and all-year available highways make Miami a Mecca for action movies and a good car chase, such as “Casino Royale” and “Bad Boys.” These movies helped to show the true beauty of Miami and the treasure of the Art Deco District of South Beach.
One company that has been instrumental in bringing film and television production to the Miami area is Soho Studios. Soho Studios is the premier resource for all production needs. Soho Studios is a large scale multi-purpose event space and convention center in the Wynwood District of Miami. Miami is an international hot spot for production and Soho Studios is the go-to company for film production in Miami. Soho Studios has film & television studios available, and the 65K square foot facility is air conditioned which is essential in the tropical climate. Soho Studios Convention Center can be set as a concert venue, event space or photography studio, even an art gallery during Art Basel Miami Beach.
Miami’s full of eclectic outdoor locations for film and television, and the Art Deco Architecture of South Beach is just one of them. For an indoor location that will showcase your work and help with all your production needs Soho Studios is Miami’s premier film and television studio.