The John Hopkins Regina Soundstage is located in the heart of the Queen City and Saskatchewan’s capital (Regina) within a 2,300 acre lake-side park.
The facility offers three soundproof stages of varying sizes ranging from 7,000 to 15,000 square footage of space and 42-foot high ceilings, and plenty of production office space.
Each of the stages include:
Stage 1 also includes a 960 square foot recessed floor for basement or underground scenes.
Support facilities and services:
The John Hopkins Regina Soundstage is conveniently just 5 minutes away from the downtown core, and a 10 minute drive from Regina’s International Airport.
Contact our Soundstage and Locations Coordinator for booking inquiries or to request a tour:
The top priority of the Soundstage is to accommodate film and television productions that produce a significant economic impact for Saskatchewan, typically productions that are accessing Creative Saskatchewan’s programs or investing in long-term projects.
The facility can also accommodate commercials, short films, videos, and other smaller scale productions.
Producers may reach out Creative Saskatchewan’s Soundstage and Locations Coordinator, Stephanie Proulx, for special requests.
The capacity limits for each of the three stages are:
View our truss load diagram here. Stages 1, 2, and 3 are designated Stages C, B, and A respectively.
Our Soundstage offers some of the most competitive rates in Canada, and our incentive program for film and television production has one of the fastest turnaround times in the nation, thanks to our nimble team and strong community connections.
Saskatchewan’s natural environment offers unique, wide-open prairie spaces, featuring endless horizons of golden wheat or vibrant blue flax flowers, quiet lakes, rolling valleys, sand dunes, and beautiful boreal forests.
Communities in Saskatchewan vary from the untouched North, to sleepy but charming small-town culture, to vibrant and eclectic city centres.