New Event Space Opens in Long Branch
Why travel to NYC, pay big city prices, and fees for parking? Artists, production crews, photographers, and filmmakers no longer need to leave home now that 10PRL Pro Film Studios and Event Space, 515 Bath Avenue, Second Floor, Long Branch, a modern state-of-the-art 6,500 square foot event space, has opened.10 PRL offers full-service space for music videos, promotional videos, course content, commercials, photography, and even weddings.
Shoot high-end music videos, commercials, and online courses in this facility that includes a 5,000 sq. ft. pillar-free space and a film studio with corner cyclorama wall and RGB-controlled multi-color and FX full light grid. This bright, modern-industrial facility features eco-friendly natural wood flooring, tall vintage windows, brickwork, and high ceilings and beams throughout. The facility also features a dance studio, dressing room, lounge, catering area, kitchenette, and coffee bar.
April Centrone and Kira Sanchez, both of Pt. Pleasant Beach, owners of 10PRL, a woman and LGBTQ-owned and operated business, offer extra equipment, such as lighting, grip, sound, backline, furniture, props, and sets. They can take care of special events or productions from A to Z, with access to caterers, planners, and table/chair and photo/video equipment rentals. Complete with four newly remodeled bathrooms and private shower, 10PRL can handle almost any special event or production.
Centrone said, “It is the Williamsburg loft, but without the trek to the city or the NYC price tag. Our high ceilings, bright large windows, natural hardwood floors and professional photo wall give you everything you need to impress any guest, company, or VIP. Parking is free.”
By mandate of NJ State, film studios may have productions at full occupancy. Everyone must wear masks and practice social distancing. 10PRL is offering a 2020 summer promotion of a 20 percent discount for all rentals and productions.
For more information visit https://www.10prl.com/ or call 732-483-6664.
About April Centrone: April Centrone is a multi-instrumentalist, teacher, composer and music therapist based on the Jersey Shore. She is a Carnegie Hall World Explorer 2020 musician and educator; business owner of 10PRL, arts/film/event space on the Jersey Shore; has performed in venues, such as Lincoln Center and the United Nations and festivals worldwide, and is co-founder of the New York Arabic Orchestra, a nonprofit organization specializing in the performance and education of Arabic music. She currently teaches world music at William Paterson University and has held lectures in music therapy and percussion at Taipei University of the Arts, Lebanese American University, and others. She has worked extensively with inner-city schools throughout NYC’s boroughs with projects, such as Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Connect. She has an M.A. degree in Forensic Psychology from John Jay College, NYC.