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I'm interested in working for Sony Pictures Entertainment. How can I apply?
Please visit our Careers site to view available positions.
Does Sony Pictures have an internship program?
Yes, interested candidates are invited to view our current opportunities and apply online.
Can I submit my movie/ TV show idea or script?
Sony Pictures does not accept unsolicited submissions for projects of any sort. Any material that is sent either by parcel or via email will be returned unopened and unread.
How can I book a tour of Sony Pictures Studios?
For general information or to make reservations, please call 310-244-TOUR (8687). You can also purchase tickets online here.
How can I get tickets to see a taping of a television show?
Visit www.tvtickets.com for information about tapings. If you’d prefer to speak to someone on the phone, please call Audiences Unlimited at (818) 753-3470 ext. 812.
How can I become a contestant on WHEEL OF FORTUNE or JEOPARDY!?
Please visit the show’s designated website for information about upcoming contestant searches:
How can I book a special event at Sony Pictures Studios or rent a soundstage?
To book a special event, visit the Sony Pictures Studios website. For soundstage inquiries, please contact Stage and Office Operations at (310) 244-6926.
Where can I learn more about the studio and its history?
To learn more about Sony Pictures or take an interactive studio tour, click here.
I would like to license a clip or still image from a Sony Pictures film or television show. Who do I contact?
Please email ClipLicensing@spe.sony.com
I would like to use the Sony Pictures/Columbia/TriStar logo. Who do I contact?
Please email requests to SPE_Logo_Request@spe.sony.com.
Does Sony Pictures have a stock footage library?
Yes, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
What steps is Sony Pictures taking in the U.S. to reduce the depiction of tobacco use in its films?
Sony Pictures Entertainment (SPE) is committed to reducing depictions of tobacco use in the films produced by the company or any wholly-owned film division.
SPE has adopted a standard protocol to identify, and where appropriate and feasible, eliminate portrayals of tobacco use.
In particular, there will be a working presumption that youth-rated films produced and distributed in the United States shall not feature depictions of tobacco use unless there is a compelling creative justification that may include, but is not limited to, factors such as historical accuracy or an important tie to the creative context of the project and vision of the filmmaker.
SPE will continue its existing policy of not entering into product placement arrangements in connection with the depiction of tobacco products. As part of the commitment to this long-standing ban, SPE will, on a going forward basis, indicate in the end credits of films with tobacco depictions that no product placement arrangement was made.
With regard to film acquisitions, co-productions, and films produced and distributed outside of the United States, Sony Pictures Entertainment may have limited influence over the content. In these instances, SPE will discourage depictions of tobacco use where reasonable and practical.
And finally, Sony Pictures Entertainment strongly supports the continued use of a smoking descriptor in a youth-rated film's MPAA rating so that consumers can make an informed choice when deciding whether a film is appropriate.
*Effective December 1, 2012
I have a media/press inquiry – who can I contact?
If you are a member of the media, please visit the Press Section of our site for Publicity contacts & materials.
I have a question about this website – who can I contact?
To report any technical problems with this website you can e-mail us at WebSiteTech@spe.sony.com.