Cartel Pictures has acquired the famous Tamarind Lithography Studio, previously owned and developed by the late June Claire Wayne, and has begun transforming the art studio into a first class production facility.
Cartel Studios, with four buildings on 13,000 sq ft, the 1960 built property has been both home and studio to a litany of famous artists including June Wayne, Ed Ruscha, Richard Deibenkorn, Sam Francis, Philip Guston and Bruce Conner. This creative campus with its rich history in the fine art world is now the newly
renovated headquarters for film production and entertainment at The Cartel.
The Hollywood location places this independent studio in proximity to Paramount, Sunset Gower Studios, Sunset Bronson Studios, and Raleigh Studios.
The distinct and charming property provides a community atmosphere that includes management offices, editing suite, production offices, casting offices, and film stages. “This propels our in-house film development, production and post,” says Eric Woods, “and allows us to provide space and services to other independent
productions that will continue cultivating this creative campus.”