Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who owns DreamWorks Pictures?

DreamWorks Pictures is a production label of Amblin Partners, a content creation company formed by the former DreamWorks Studios, Participant Media, Reliance Entertainment and Entertainment One (eOne).

2. What DreamWorks movies are being released in the future?

Please visit the Films section of our website for the latest information on upcoming films.

3. Where is DreamWorks Pictures located?

DreamWorks Pictures is located on the Universal Studios lot in Universal City, California.

4. Are DreamWorks Pictures and DreamWorks Animation the same company?

No. They are two completely separate companies. For more information about DreamWorks Pictures, please visit the About DreamWorks section of our website.

5. I would like to get some information about one of DreamWorks' animated movies. Who should I contact?

Because DreamWorks Animation is completely separate from DreamWorks Pictures, please contact DreamWorks Animation directly.

6. I would like to submit an idea or a script for movie to DreamWorks Pictures. Where do I send it?

Due to legal and insurance restrictions, DreamWorks Pictures has a strict policy prohibiting the acceptance of unsolicited literary, dramatic or musical materials in any form for consideration, unless submitted by franchise literary agents or motion picture production individuals with whom DreamWorks has established a working relationship. Submissions sent via post will be returned unread. Submissions via email will not be read and will be deleted.

7. How can I get in touch with or request an interview with Steven Spielberg?

Correspondence to Steven Spielberg can be mailed to the following address: 100 Universal Plaza, Bldg. 5121, Universal City, CA 91608. If you are a member of the media, please submit your request to the attention of our Publicity Department at the address above.

8. I sent a letter, can someone let me know when you receive it and how long will it be before I receive a response?

Because we receive hundreds of letters every day, it is impossible for us to notify senders that we have received their letter.  Due to the high volume of mail that we receive, it is also difficult for us to respond to every piece of mail we get.

9. I would like to use a clip from one of your films, who do I contact?

For any DreamWorks film released between 1997 and 2010, please contact the Clip and Still Licensing Department at Paramount Pictures.  For films released from 2011-2014, please contact the Clip and Still Licensing Department at The Walt Disney Company.  For films released in 2015 or later, please contact our Clip and Still Licensing Department.  For any films that Steven Spielberg made under his Amblin Entertainment production banner, you will need to contact the Clip and Still Licensing Department of the studio that released the film.

10. How can I get a tour of DreamWorks Pictures?

Unfortunately, DreamWorks is not able to offer public tours of our facilities.

11. How can I contact an actor in one of your films?

Actors in our films can be contacted through their individual publicists and agents. We are unable to forward mail to them.

12. I'm interested in working for DreamWorks Pictures. Where do I send my resume?

Please send your resume to:

13. I am an actor and would like to be in a DreamWorks film.  Who should I contact?

You would need to contact the individual casting director on the film you are interested in.

14. Can you help me gather information for a school or research project?

We're terribly sorry, but we cannot provide help for any specific projects.

15. I have a question that is not covered here - who can I contact?

For questions that were not covered or technical assistance with this website, please email us at