New Castle’s new marketing campaign explores what America might be like if the British had won the revolutionary war. One of the ads stars Stephen Merchant and features the Talent Verde (in disguise).
Shot on Stage 1 at the West Hollywood Studios
Quixote Studios NOLA welcomes TV show Ravenswood!
In 1992, when Mikel Elliot began driving commercial photographers from one shoot to another in a large motorhome he probably had no idea that his small fledgling company would grow into one of the leading media production studios in Hollywood. By 1995 the company had a new business partner, longtime friend Jordan Kitaen, three pimped out custom-built Motorhomes and a new name – Quixote. The company moniker is derived from Cervantes’ leading player – Don Quixote and, in some respects, Quixote’s fortunes seem to have paralleled those of their fictional namesake. Just before Don Quixote begins his valiant attack on the giants (windmills) arrayed before him, he utters the words, “Fortune is guiding our affairs better than we ourselves could have wished,” and so it is with Quixote Studios who, from humble beginnings, have grown into one of Hollywood’s leading media production companies.