Feature film:
Dustin Lance Black @ Bully Pictures

Dustin Lance Black is a screenwriter, producer, director and social activist having won the Academy Award and two WGA Awards for Best Original Screenplay for MILK, the biopic of the late civil rights activist Harvey Milk starring Sean Penn. He is also a founding board member of the American Foundation for Equal Rights which successfully led the Federal case against Prop 8 in California with Lawyers David Boise and Ted Olson.

In 2012 Black merged his creative and civil rights work with "8" a play based on the Federal Prop 8 trail. Black's LA cast included George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Martin Sheen, Kevin Bacon, and John C. Reilly. The play was broadcasted live and continues to break viewership records online.

In 2011, Mr Black earned his 2nd "10 Best of the Year" award from the American Film Institute for his Clint Eastwood directed screenplay J.EDGAR staring Leonardio DiCaprio.

Black's feature directorial debut Virgina premiered in theaters May 2012. Black wrote The Barefoot Bandit based on the true story of Colton Harris-Moore for FOX, is adapting Jon Krakauer's Under the Banner of Heaven about Fundamentalist Mormonism for director Ron Howard, and developed a miniseries, When We Rise, for ABC focused on the LGBTQ Rights movement in America.

WHen we rise


Feature Film:
Anne Fletcher @ Bully Pictures


Born in Detroit, Michigan, Anne Fletcher is one of the film industry’s most sought-after choreographers and directors. Her passion for dancing came at a young age. To pursue her dreams, she moved to Los Angeles after graduating from high school.

She has appeared in many films as a dancer, including the The FlintstonesThe Mask, and Tank Girl in 1995. She also developed the choreography for the Oscar-nominated drama Boogie Nights staring Mike Wahlberg, Burt Reynolds, Julianna Moore, and Heather Graham.

She choreographed Disney films like Ice Princess and The Pacifier. Outside of Disney, the choreographer/director also worked on The 40 Year Old VirginAlong Came PollyThe Longest Yard, and Bring It On.

In 2006, she not only choreographed but also directed the hit movie Step Up, which launched Channing Tatum to fame. The movie was such a success that it spawned several sequels. She has directed several non-dancing movies since then, including the fun studio comedies, 27 DressesThe ProposalThe Guilt Trip and Hot Pursuit.

Hot Pursuit

The proposal

The guilt trip


Feature film:
Morten Tyldum @ BUlly Pictures

Morten Tyldum is an award winning Norwegian film director and had his feature film debut with Buddy in 2003, a film that won popular and critical acclaim. Previously, he worked with television, music videos, commercials and short films, and had been named "Film Talent of the Year" by the newspaper Dagbladet in 1999.

Since Buddy, he has made the movie Varg Veum - Falneengler (Fallen Angles) in 2008 and Headhunters in 2011. Headhunters is based on the 2008 novel by the same name written by Jo Nesbo and is the highest grossing film in Norwegian box office history.

Headhunters also received a US release and rave critical review. Tyldum has done tons of commercial work as well as for brands such as Mcdonalds, Volkswagen, Ikea, Coca-Cola, and Canal Plus, among others.

He was nominated for an Oscar with his film The Intimidation Game (2014). In 2016, he directed Passengers with Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt. He recently directed the pilot of the new TV drama "Jack Ryan" and simultaneously continues to work in commercials.


The intimidation game

Academy Award Nominated - Best Picture


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feature film:
Justin Simien @ Bully Pictures

Dear White People


Feature film:
Taylor Steele @ Bully Pictures

Taylor Steele is an award-winning director and producer, who broke new ground at the young age of seventeen with the relesase of the surf film Momentum. Over the next two decades he went on to direct and produce over forty best-selling titles, starring the world's best surfers and musicians.

Taylor's travel and surf documentaries have garnered numerous awards and accolades. These include a showcase at the National Geographic headquarters and the 2010 Muai Film Festival's prestigious Beacon Award. In addition, his film Castles in the Sky won the audience choice award for Most Visuaion Documentary.

Taylor strives to make films that in his words, "evoke the feeling of a memory, yet have the sense that they're happening right now." That sensibility is imprinted on all of his work, from his cutting-edge surf films to his recent spots for Corona, Pacifico, and HP. For Taylor, capturing any lifestyle driving film is about finding both the honest and beauty of that world. It's that aesthetic which made his move into advertising a seamless transition.

He now focuses on commercial directing while continuing to develop and produce feature films.


This time tomorrow

castles in the sky

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Feature film:
Laurence Dunmore @ The cavalry PRODUCTIONS

Laurence encompasses the true essence of a cinematic visual storyteller - films resonating with a captivating style defined by character performance and arresting visuals - receiving critical acclaim in the process. From a background in graphic design and art direction Laurence made his mark in film with music videos before advertising where he was soon recognised as Commercial Directions Creative Future by industry magazine Creative Review. Followed by a Cannes Gold Lion for the uniquely humorous ‘Metamorphosis’, defining the sustained carnal pleasures of reincarnation for AXE/Lynx. His surreal and irreverent comedies for Adidas won a Silver Lion and Gold D&AD pencil whilst films for Fallon and BMW earned Dunmore his first AICP award.

His work for clients American Express, Dodge, AT&T, ING, Liberty Mutual, Bank of America, Cadillac, Ford, Mercedes, Dewar’s, Jameson, Lexus and Turkish Airlines established Laurence’s reputation as a film maker with passion and original vision. His spot ‘The Other Wall’ for Tullamore D.E.W. was cited by Creativity as “The Alcohol ad that all ads should aspire to”, naming it one of the top ten films of the year. Laurence continued award winning work for luxury brands Hermes, Diesel and Giorgio Armani winning an EPICA for Direction and Cinematography in 2016 for his stunning Terre D’Hermes campaign.

Laurence’s collaboration with John Malkovich on a quirky Eurostar spot lead to the realisation of his vision to create longer form film. Laurence’s first feature ‘The Libertine’, starring Johnny Depp, Samantha Morton, Rosamund Pike and John Malkovich was nominated for seven British Independent Film awards, including two for direction.

Laurence has never shied away from films with social issue or a controversial stand producing work challenging the preconceptions of skin color for The Commission for Racial Equality and championing women’s equality in the workplace for ‘Change for Good’. His latest films for Tullamore D.E.W. saw Laurence craft cinematic stories rich with social poignancy addressing immigration, acceptance, and integration in the resonant ‘Beauty of Blend’ campaign. 

Laurence is most inspired when immersed in film - ideas made real through collaborative vision and defined focus - pushing the boundaries a little more each time. “I am excited to be partnering with The Cavalry and sharing a vision and passion for film across all formats and platforms, inspiring the character, performance and storytelling I love with the possibility and compliment of new technologies.”

The Libertine