Backlot



an outdoor area, usually adjoining a studio, used for the shooting of exterior scenes.
Contemporary Examples

Within an hour of arriving in Greenwood, Miss., we had found our “backlot” for The Help.
How We Made ‘The Help’ Brunson Green August 12, 2011

It was a classy move guaranteed to win her a few friends on the backlot.
Television’s Big Night: The Top 10 Emmy Moments The Daily Beast Video September 20, 2009

noun
an area outside a film or television studio used for outdoor filming

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