This story appeared in the October issue of Entrepreneur.
Mikel Elliott is co-founder and chief executive of Quixote Studios, the entertainment industry’s premier studio and equipment rental company, presiding over a fleet of Hollywood’s most elegant talent trailers and motor homes as well as more than 1 million square feet of movie, TV and music soundstages, production offices and parking lots.
One of our traffic cones from Quixote Production Supplies was featured alongside Julia Roberts by Givenchy in their recent campaign. If you can take a photo of one of our orange traffic cones on set, post it on Instagram or Twitter and mention @QuixoteStudios & #QuixoteCone we’ll send you a pair of Quixote wooden shades.
Scene Magazine: On the Lot at Quixote New Orleans
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.