This part of the Rosenhügelstudios is one of the oldest. Around 1919, when Vita-Film built these studios, daylight was used to shoot movies. The studios used to have huges windows and ceilings made of glass. But Vita-Film choose to believe in technologie and built one of the first studios for artifical light.
Halle 1 is 24 metres wide, 90 metres long and around 40 metres high. A 3 metres deep basin enabled underwater pictures.
Movies like „Samson and Delila“, „Hoffmans Erzählungen“, „Hotel Potemkin“, „Maskerade“ and many many more were produced at Rosenhügelstudios. Or more recent the tv-show „Mundl“ or movies like „Der Bockerer“, „Funny Games“ and „Die Klavierspielerin“.