Studios & Map Overview
The BUFA Campus

5 Film Studios
1 Green Screen
11 Dubbing Studios
2 Mixing Studios

BUFA is an iconic film campus overlooking Berlin’s famous Tempelhof airport, with its first studios being built in 1912. With over 100 years of making movies, BUFA has been playing an important role in the production of world class media.

Walt Disney’s ‘Emil and the Detectives’, Bob Fossey’s Oscar winning ‘Cabaret’, scenes from ‘The Blue Angel’ directed by Josef von Sternberg with Marlene Dietrich and 1920’s ‘The Golem’ directed by Carl Boese and Paul Wegener (one of the first horror films ever made) were all filmed at BUFA.

Audio post production at BUFA has been an integral part of Berlin’s Film & TV post scene for over 60 years, providing professional services for all requirements within the sound and picture post-production industry for domestic and international projects.

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