Stuff.co.nz: Jackson seeks Hobbit film bases near Queenstown
Paradise, near Glenorchy was used for parts of Lothlorien as well as Parth Galen and Amon Hen at Lake Wakatipu.
From: stuff.co.nz comes this update
The Hobbit director Sir Peter Jackson’s production company, 3Foot 7 Ltd, is seeking resource consent for temporary filming activity and helicopter landings at Paradise, near Glenorchy, Tucker Beach and Queenstown Hill.
A land use application to Lakes Environmental says filming, which will involve more than 200 people, will be primarily on Arcadia Station around its airstrip and nearby Paradise Trust land, mostly in mid-November.
There will be a “slow buildup” in film activity from October 3, with the busiest period being from November 14 until November 22, the application says.
Filming activity will be seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with the main operations running from about 5am until 10pm, it says. Filming would exceed seven days on the Arcadia Station airstrip and the Paradise Trust site only.
Arcadia would be the base for the main unit, with up to two large marquees on site for catering, makeup and support, including up to 20 large truck units and 20 caravans. Filming would begin on November 17 and end on November 21, with a site wrap on November 23. Three weeks had been allowed for full reinstatement work.Posted in Director news, Director Rumors, Headlines, Hobbit Book, Hobbit Movie, Locations Sets, New Zealand, Peter Jackson, Production, The Hobbit on September 20, 2011 by linuxelf Source: Stuff.co.nz