Back in January, Kerry Washington and Variety shot at our West Hollywood location on Stage 2 and 3 to promote her new film, “Little Fires Everywhere.” In this interview she talks about Scandal, working on projects that allowed her voice to be heard, and challenging audiences. Head to Variety to Read more…
Variety’s Power of Women has been a celebration of female empowerment, philanthropy and the commitment to progress being made by the professionals of our industry every day. Variety’s commitment to hiring more women for its cover shoots resulted in Peggy Sirota shooting this year’s Power of Women cover, which featured the six honorees; Jennifer Read more…
Warren Beatty, Emma Stone, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Lily Collins, Kelly Rowland, Diplo, Tracee Ellis Ross, Nina Dobrev and more honored industry stylemakers and trendsetters at the second annual Stylemakers luncheon held at our West Hollywood Studios.
Teamsters Local 399 and Quixote Studios have ended their high-profile labor dispute.
The dispute comes at an awkward time for a coalition of entertainment companies and unions that banded together to support a bill that that would expand California’s film tax credit program. The bill, AB 1839, aims to reduce the number of film jobs leaving the state by giving producers more financial incentives to shoot closer to Hollywood.
Los Angeles-based Quixote Studios has acquired Movie Movers, one of the nation’s leading suppliers of production and talent trailers to the entertainment industry.
Shot @ Quixote: Charlize Theron by Kurt Iswarienko for Variety at West Hollywood
Shot @ Quixote: Nicole Kidman by Rene & Radka for Variety