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an Independent Film & Television Studio located in los angeles, california
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a film & television
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Brought to you by the minds of Chris Long and David Ayer.
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David Ayer has earned a reputation for telling gritty stories that connect with audiences worldwide. Most recently, Ayer directed Netflix’s hit feature film BRIGHT which was the highest viewed Netflix film ever on the service and the #1 movie on Netflix in every country over its release (over 190 countries). Ayer will return to write and direct the sequel BRIGHT 2. Previously, Ayer directed the 2016 global blockbuster SUICIDE SQUAD, which he also wrote, FURY, SABOTAGE, END OF WATCH, STREET KINGS, and he wrote the screenplays for SU-571, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS, DARK BLUE, S.W.A.T., and TRAINING DAY.
DAVID Ayer
partner / producer / director
David Ayer has earned a reputation for telling gritty stories that connect with audiences worldwide. Most recently, Ayer directed Netflix’s hit feature film BRIGHT which was the highest viewed Netflix film ever on the service and the #1 movie on Netflix in every country over its release (over 190 countries). Ayer will return to write and direct the sequel BRIGHT 2. Previously, Ayer directed the 2016 global blockbuster SUICIDE SQUAD, which he also wrote, FURY, SABOTAGE, END OF WATCH, STREET KINGS, and he wrote the screenplays for SU-571, THE FAST AND THE FURIOUS, DARK BLUE, S.W.A.T., and TRAINING DAY.
Chris Long most recently served as programming chief at Audience Network which he ran for 18 years, and is one of the few creative television executives whose resume includes scripted comedy, drama, non-scripted, music, sports and documentary programming, such as the critically acclaimed and award-winning shows, MR. MERCEDES, KINGDOM, YOU ME HER, RELIGION OF SPORTS, LOUDERMILK, and HIT THE ROAD, in addition to the upcoming CONDOR, and GIVE US THIS DAY.
CHRIS LONG
partner / producer
Chris Long most recently served as programming chief at Audience Network which he ran for 18 years, and is one of the few creative television executives whose resume includes scripted comedy, drama, non-scripted, music, sports and documentary programming, such as the critically acclaimed and award-winning shows, MR. MERCEDES, KINGDOM, YOU ME HER, RELIGION OF SPORTS, LOUDERMILK, and HIT THE ROAD, in addition to the upcoming CONDOR, and GIVE US THIS DAY.
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TAX COLECTOR
The Tax Collector follows two days in the life of a Tax Collector named David Cuevas who helps run a Latino Organized Crime Group deeply entrenched in Los Angeles. He’s a family man whose life is shattered when a new boss tries to take over the streets, leaving David no choice but to fight with all that he’s got.
BRIGHT
In an alternate present day, humans, orcs, elves and fairies have been coexisting since the beginning of time. Two police officers, one a human, the other an orc, embark on a routine night patrol that will alter the future of their world as they know it. Battling both their own personal differences as well as an onslaught of enemies, they must work together to protect a young female elf and a thought-to-be-forgotten relic, which, in the wrong hands, could destroy everything
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"It’s to the credit of all concerned, frankly, that "Kingdom" is more compelling than it sounds, conjuring a gritty atmosphere (you can practically smell the gym through the TV) around its fractured family ties, along with familiar questions regarding redemption and second chances."
Brain Lowry
VARIETY
"In its new TV incarnation on Audience Network, Mr. Mercedes is a fine example of something that has been less frequent over the years — an effective Stephen King adaptation carried by strong performances and smart writing choices."
Daniel Fienberg
Hollywood Reporter
"The consistent plausibility of "End of Watch" must owe a great deal to writer-director David Ayer. This is his second credit as a writer-director, after "Harsh Times" (2005), and he deserves many more. He knows this territory."
Roger Ebert