Nu Boyana Film Studios

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Nu Boyana Film Studios
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Yariv Lerner
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Nu Boyana Film Studios (Bulgarian: Ню Бояна Филм) are film studios situated in Sofia, Bulgaria.

A drone view of Nu Boyana Film Studios

The film production complex was opened in 1962 and was state owned until 2005 when it was bought by one of the longest-running independent film companies in Hollywood, Nu Image and Millennium Films. With an approximate area of 30 hectares (75 acres), the complex features 10 sound stages and various standing sets – New York, London, Middle Eastern street, St Paul's Cathedral and a big ancient set, complete with a Roman coliseum.[1]

Boyana Film was the main location for film production during the communist regime when Bulgarian cinema was at its peak.



Most internationally popular films serviced at the studio:



  1. ^ "A Fascinating Place in Bulgaria: Nu Boyana Film Studios". The Sofia Globe. 2016-11-10. Retrieved 2017-11-10.

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Coordinates: 42°38′25″N 23°17′30″E / 42.64022°N 23.29162°E / 42.64022; 23.29162