“A good question…for another time…” -Maz Kanata
How can I send a fan letter to Lucasfilm?
Correspondence to Lucasfilm can be mailed to:
Attn: Fan Mail, P.O. Box 29901, San Francisco, CA 94129-0901
Or emailed to publicrelations@lucasfilm.
Please Note: Lucasfilm does not accept unsolicited submissions of any kind which may contain any product, artwork, story idea, or other creative material. Unsolicited submissions will be returned to sender.
Do you offer tours of Lucasfilm and ILM?
Lucasfilm’s campuses are working production facilities and therefore we do not offer public tours. The public is invited to visit and enjoy the 17 acres of beautifully landscaped public property (as well as the iconic Yoda fountain) at the Letterman Digital Arts Center in the Presidio of San Francisco, CA. Our main lobby is currently closed to visitors due to COVID-19 restrictions.
I’m a member of the media and need information about Lucasfilm.
For general and non-press inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are a reporter working on a story, please email email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible. For urgent requests, please also call 415-623-1962. Please note: any non-press requests sent to this address will not be answered.
How do I get a job or internship at Lucasfilm?
How can I contact cast members of the Star Wars films or other Lucasfilm productions?
The cast of the saga can be contacted through their individual publicists or agents.
How can I get approval to use a photograph or film clip?
Lucasfilm manages the rights to the Star Wars and the Indiana Jones movies, as well as Red Tails, Tucker: The Man and His Dream, Willow, Labyrinth, and Strange Magic, and requests related to those films should be directed to ClipAndStill@Lucasfilm.com.
Clearances for American Graffiti are managed by Universal Studios Home Video; clearances for THX 1138 are managed by Warner Bros. Home Video.
For questions related to George Lucas’ student films, you may contact Publicity@SkywalkerRanch.com or the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Where can I find information about the Letterman Digital Arts Center at the Presidio?
How do I request support for my charitable group?
If you are a non-profit organization seeking support, you can enroll to earn theme park tickets from The Walt Disney Company for fundraising and auction prizes by visiting https://www.pointsoflight.org/disneyrewards/
Organizations must qualify under the eligibility requirements listed on the site.
For school projects and research, what is the best source of information about Lucasfilm or Star Wars?
We recommend the following resources:
- The Cinema of George Lucas (Harry N. Abrams; 2005)
- The Making of Star Wars (Random House; 2007)
- Rogue Leaders: The Story of LucasArts (Chronicle Books; 2008)
- Industrial Light & Magic: The Art of Special Effects (Del Rey, 1986)
- The Complete Making of Indiana Jones (Random House, 2008)
- Industrial Light & Magic: Into the Digital Age (Del Rey, 1996)
- Ultimate Star Wars (DK Books, 2015)
How do I find out more information on the new films?
I run a fansite (website/podcast/social media account) about Lucasfilm projects. How can I get on Lucasfilm’s radar to receive press releases, screeners, and more?
We’re delighted that you’re a fan of our series, films, games, and books! If you’re looking to start a fansite, below are some guidelines that we require you to follow.
To be considered to receive Lucasfilm press releases, access to advanced screeners, press days, and invitations to events such as launch events, junkets, and similar opportunities, we ask that your fan site and all contributors adhere to the below:
- Your fansite must be clearly represented as a fansite and state that is not affiliated with Disney or Lucasfilm. For example, “This site is not affiliated in any way with Lucasfilm Ltd. LLC, The Walt Disney Company, or any of their affiliates or subsidiaries.”
- Your fansite and all contributors should not source or share/repost leaked information from any Lucasfilm project. As a reminder, all official, public information about a project will be shared on StarWars.com or Lucasfilm.com.
- If you receive advance copies or advance screeners, your fansite and all contributors must adhere to the social media and review embargos for all projects.
- We strive to have a positive and safe community for our fans, and if you want to be part of that community, you must be respectful of your fellow Star Wars fans and the general public when engaging with others online, at events, and on social media.
- Please note: Adherence to these guidelines is not a guarantee of press opportunities or event access. Opportunities will be considered on a title by title basis. We are fortunate to have many fansites who wish to cover Lucasfilm content, and we want to make sure a variety of fansites will have opportunities to participate!
If we are not already in contact with you and you’d like to introduce yourself and your fansite, please reach out to PressRequests@Lucasfilm.com with your name, social media links, the name of your website, and up to three links to your recent coverage.