Sugar Film Starts Studio Expansion

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DALLAS Sugar Film Production has broken ground on a $4 million, 16,000-square-foot facility designed to expand capacity and make post-production work more economical, the company said.

The new facility joins a growing hub of commercial film production in Dallas’ Uptown district. SFP’s existing studios are nearby.

Founded in 2001 by director Chris Smith and executive producer Tony Miglini, SFP last year shot 40 commercials for agencies such as The Richards Group, Ornelas and Associates, DDB, Publicis and TM Advertising.

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