Contacting 20th Century Fox Customer Service Center
Twentieth Century Fox is also known as Fox Studios. Fox Studios is the place where thousands of movies and televisions shows are produced each year, but the studio offers more than just space. Production, stage, exterior design, food and post production editing are just a few of the many businesses that make up 20th Century Fox and Fox Studios.
Phone Contact Numbers
The list of customer service phone numbers is a mile long, but the list connects readers with every department in the studio. There are no hours listed for the departments.
- General Inquiry Switchboard: 1-310-369-1000
- Costumes: 1-310-369-1897
- Flooring, Drapes and Upholstery: 1-310-369-2290
- Food: 1-310-369-3140
- Diffusion, Grip, Canvas: 1-310-369-4747
- Marketing: 1-310-369-4636
- Wood Molding: 1-310-369-2528
- Paint: 1-310-369-2709
- Mixing and Scoring: 1-310-369-7678
- Audio: 1-310-369-7877 or 5476
- Sound Transfer: 1-310-369-1568
- Media: 1-310-369-7894 or 5476
- Lighting on Set: 1-310-369-1133
- Signs: 1-310-369-2762
- Stages and Exteriors (Los Angeles): 1-310-369-2786
- Transportation: 1-310-369-2533
Whether you want to visit the studio for a tour or write a letter about a movie flub or flaw, you’ll use the same address. The corporate office and 20th Century Fox customer service department are both located on the 50-acre campus known as Fox Studios.
20th Century Fox10201 W Pico BlvdLos Angeles, CA 90035
The home of 20th Century Fox customer service on the Internet is http://www.foxstudios.com. The site is not dedicated to the movies put out by the studio; rather the studio that puts out the movies. If you’re more interested in the movies from the company, check out the Fox Movies website at http://www.foxmovies.com/.
We didn’t find the studio on social networks, but we did find pages for 20th Century Fox Movies.
Customer Service Email
The right column of the front page of the 20th Century Fox customer service site http://www.foxstudios.com/directory_of_services.html lists five possible emails. You can find them under the Special Requests header. Choose one of the five and a form will appear. Fill out the form and send it along to the studio.
One thing we noticed when contacting 20th Century Fox, if you do not know the extension of the customer service department, you will have a longer than expected wait time. We simply wanted to reach the customer service department and we waited in excess of 10 minutes before speaking with a live agent.
We asked the agent for information on setting up a tour for a large group. We knew individuals could visit, but didn’t know about groups. The agent explained large groups are welcome and need to contact the specific department they choose to tour to setup the visit. The agent was friendly, although the length of the call was not the best part of the conversation. Have you contacted the company and had a great customer service experience? Take a minute to share your comments below.