Quixote Studios – North Valley Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

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Our forward-thinking team leaders and instrumental figures, (From Left to Right) Dave Escher Facilities Manager, Paul Audley President of the film commission in Los Angeles, Mikel Elliott CEO & Co-Founder of Quixote Studios, Monica Rodriguez Councilwoman from the 7th district, Jordan Kitaen Co-Founder of Quixote Studios and last but certainly not least, James Hart, Sr. Director of Operations, cutting the ribbon to present the five new stages in the San Fernando Valley. These five stages have 80,000 square feet of production space and 20,00 square feet in office space.

The people that made the Pacoima dream a reality, posing inside the stunning new production facility emphasizing how truly immense the new sets are.

We at Quixote make it our goal to change and advance the production studio industry, and this studio in Pacoima aims to do just that. As Paul Audley says “the industry is doing so well, we are out of space for stages” so the massive new studio with 5 sets aims to help that problem. While also bringing jobs to Quixote, it is our hope that this studio will attract other businesses to the area around it fueling a cycle of economic growth. We are beyond excited for what the future may bring for Quixote and our industry as a whole.

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