At the beginning of this year, we embarked on a search for a new studio home, and we’re so excited to announce that the search is over. It’s been a long time coming, but we’ve finally moved into our new space and are now proud residents of Dallas’ Design District! Many of you may know that we’re not strangers to the Design District, as we used to have a space on Dragon Street. Since then, our team has grown tremendously, and that growth fueled our need to bid our Stanley Korshak studio adieu for larger digs. Don’t get us wrong, Uptown will always have a special place in our hearts, but returning to the Design District is like coming home. This move signifies our commitment to continue telling heartfelt stories that engage and entertain families. To that end, the studio offers a variety of amenities that you, too, can reap the benefits. Our beautiful sound stage gives us more freedom to create concept films similar to the “Metamorphosis” film we created for Todd Fiscus. That film is but one example of how our sound stage can be used to create one-of-a-kind concept films. The possibilities are endless and we can’t wait to create more concept films. Another amenity that the studio offers is ample space and ability to host groups and events alike. We’re thrilled and eager to welcome brides, their families and wedding planners. Our client screening room is cozy enough for you and your special loved ones to view your film for the very first time. Share in the excitement together as you relive your special day in a quiet, intimate setting.
We’d love for you to call or email us today to schedule your visit of our new studio. When you do, we’ll welcome you with open arms, a film and a bag of popcorn. And as tradition in the month of November, we want to give thanks. We appreciate every single one of our clients that have allowed to us to be a part of their special days and you for helping us succeed thus far. From the bottom of the hearts of the entire Hakim Sons Films team, thank you.
All photos are courtesy of Greg Blomberg Photography.