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Store Hours: Mon – Fri 7am – 5pm
4060 Ince Boulevard Culver City, CA 90230
Phone: (310) 202-3360

The Culver Studios’ expendables store is a one-stop shop for any production company’s needs. It is stocked with a host of brand-named products and the easily-accessible location, just west of Los Angeles, is open to the public. We can cater for production companies in need of run of the mill rentals as well as those hard-to-find specialty items.


The Culver Studios provides full-service lighting and grip and has a wide variety of equipment for film, television and commercial shoots. An extensive inventory is maintained on the lot so add-ons and change orders can be handled quickly and efficiently. Pre-loaded L&G location trucks are also available.


The Culver Studios has an abundance of onsite parking from underground and multi-level garages to surface lots. VIP parking services are also offered. An onsite valet can assist with additional parking needs while around-the-clock security ensures safety and security is paramount.


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The Culver Studios’ theater is a cultural landmark in its own right. Known as the Cecil B. DeMille Theater, it served as the executive screening room during Hollywood’s heyday when each movie studio had its own stable of stars.

The theater is available for private events ranging from feature screenings and fundraisers to production dailies and press events. Please contact us with your technical specifications.


Screen Size
24’0″ x 11’0″


2K Digital Projector
Dolby CP650, Dolby DMA 8 Plus (DCM, Dolby Digital, Pro Logic II, Pro Logic, Discrete, Aux)
Content Providors
Blu-Ray & DVD, Doremi 2000, DVI, HD TV


The Culver Studios has lot-wide telecom and IT capabilities. There is wifi access across the facility, cable TV, stage feed capabilities, point to point circuit availability and any bandwidth requirements can be accommodated. Xerox machines are also available for rent. If you don’t see what you need, just ask and we will provide it.

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