Santa Clarita Studios debuts new studio offices for use
Santa Clarita Studios recognized for their work in the film industry
By Skylar Barti
Saturday, February 24th, 2018

Santa Clarita Studios debuted their new production offices last week designed for executives, production and post productions.

The offices contain 68 new office spaces, nine kitchenettes, three multi-purpose rooms, to add to 17 sound stages and other services.

State, county, and city officials were on hand to recognize Mike DeLorenzo and Mark and Richard Deutsch from Santa Clarita Studios for its growth and contributions to the film industry in Santa Clarita.

“The City of Santa Clarita loves the film industry,” said Mayor Laurene Weste. “Santa Clarita Studios has done a great thing for our community, our City and the industry.”

Weste was joined by Councilmember Bob Kellar and officials from the City Film Office.

Senator Scott Wilk attended the grand opening with representatives from the offices of Dante Acosta, Steve Knight and Tom Lackey.

“The strain on families when filming is elsewhere is immense. If we can just be a bit competitive then productions will stay in California. It’s a quality of life issue,” said Senator Wilk. Wilk supports the California Film and Tax Credit which offers $330 million in tax credits annually to qualifying productions.

In operation since 1987, Santa Clarita Studios has been the location for a wide variety of films, television shows and commercials such as A Wrinkle in Time, S.W.A.T., Atypical, Shut Eye, and Santa Clarita Diet.

Recently, Santa Clarita Studios announced that a spinoff of the hit ABC TV show The Fosters will be filmed on site and occupying eight of the new production offices.

When asked what the most exciting feature of the new production offices was, Mike DeLorenzo said, “Parking! We have more parking spaces of any studio anywhere in Los Angeles.”

On a more serious note he added, “We designed these offices to meet the changing needs of industry professionals. From connectivity and increased office size, to unique features like black ceilings for post-production spaces, we think these new offices will make Santa Clarita an even more desirable film location. Our studio is truly a one-stop shop for pre to post production needs.”

Holly Schroeder, President and CEO of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation offered insight on the impact that filming in the Santa Clarita Valley has on our local economy, “The economic impact of filming in the SCV reaches far beyond the studios. Production teams eat at our restaurants, shop in our stores, buy construction materials here and ultimately drive show-related tourism.” Schroeder added, “The film industry is one of our primary business clusters, and Santa Clarita Studios is an amazing asset to our Valley and to the industry.”

Santa Clarita Valley continues to be one of the most filmed places in California because it’s located within the industry’s well-known 30-Mile Zone and offers thousands of film-friendly locations that can double for almost anywhere in the world according to the Santa Clarita Economic Development Corporation.

In addition, Santa Clarita has dozens of sound stages, more than 10 movie ranches, a responsive City Film Office, and some of the lowest film permit fees in the Los Angeles area.

The above information was provided to The Signal via a news release from Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation.

About the author

Skylar Barti

Skylar Barti

Skylar currently works for The Signal as a political writer. Before working for the The Signal he was a student and senior producer for College of the Canyons Cougar News.

Santa Clarita Studios recognized for their work in the film industry

Santa Clarita Studios debuts new studio offices for use

Santa Clarita Studios debuted their new production offices last week designed for executives, production and post productions.

The offices contain 68 new office spaces, nine kitchenettes, three multi-purpose rooms, to add to 17 sound stages and other services.

State, county, and city officials were on hand to recognize Mike DeLorenzo and Mark and Richard Deutsch from Santa Clarita Studios for its growth and contributions to the film industry in Santa Clarita.

“The City of Santa Clarita loves the film industry,” said Mayor Laurene Weste. “Santa Clarita Studios has done a great thing for our community, our City and the industry.”

Weste was joined by Councilmember Bob Kellar and officials from the City Film Office.

Senator Scott Wilk attended the grand opening with representatives from the offices of Dante Acosta, Steve Knight and Tom Lackey.

“The strain on families when filming is elsewhere is immense. If we can just be a bit competitive then productions will stay in California. It’s a quality of life issue,” said Senator Wilk. Wilk supports the California Film and Tax Credit which offers $330 million in tax credits annually to qualifying productions.

In operation since 1987, Santa Clarita Studios has been the location for a wide variety of films, television shows and commercials such as A Wrinkle in Time, S.W.A.T., Atypical, Shut Eye, and Santa Clarita Diet.

Recently, Santa Clarita Studios announced that a spinoff of the hit ABC TV show The Fosters will be filmed on site and occupying eight of the new production offices.

When asked what the most exciting feature of the new production offices was, Mike DeLorenzo said, “Parking! We have more parking spaces of any studio anywhere in Los Angeles.”

On a more serious note he added, “We designed these offices to meet the changing needs of industry professionals. From connectivity and increased office size, to unique features like black ceilings for post-production spaces, we think these new offices will make Santa Clarita an even more desirable film location. Our studio is truly a one-stop shop for pre to post production needs.”

Holly Schroeder, President and CEO of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation offered insight on the impact that filming in the Santa Clarita Valley has on our local economy, “The economic impact of filming in the SCV reaches far beyond the studios. Production teams eat at our restaurants, shop in our stores, buy construction materials here and ultimately drive show-related tourism.” Schroeder added, “The film industry is one of our primary business clusters, and Santa Clarita Studios is an amazing asset to our Valley and to the industry.”

Santa Clarita Valley continues to be one of the most filmed places in California because it’s located within the industry’s well-known 30-Mile Zone and offers thousands of film-friendly locations that can double for almost anywhere in the world according to the Santa Clarita Economic Development Corporation.

In addition, Santa Clarita has dozens of sound stages, more than 10 movie ranches, a responsive City Film Office, and some of the lowest film permit fees in the Los Angeles area.

The above information was provided to The Signal via a news release from Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation.

About the author

Skylar Barti

Skylar Barti

Skylar currently works for The Signal as a political writer. Before working for the The Signal he was a student and senior producer for College of the Canyons Cougar News.