Inspired by a true story, F.A.M. is a half-hour drama about a black blended family trying to live a normal life in the all-white suburb of Roswell, GA. The story covers the life of Trey, who is trying to balance his relationship with three women: Traci – his ex and the mother of his child, Dara – his new wife, and Olivia – his 15-year-old daughter who is struggling with he
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Anthony E Williams


Anthony E. Williams a.k.a. ‘Tony’ was raised in Strongsville OH. While at UNC Charlotte, Tony starred in his first Indie Film ‘Rational Animals.’ After success in corporate America at GE and earning his MBA he decided to pursue his passion. After landing the lead role in the film Astray he began going to New York where started in national Commercials. After moving to Atlanta, GA he play J.P. in the stage play Unholy War and a lead role in Arg Stairs. While filming in LA he also studied Improv at The Groundlings Theatre school. Soon after he landed roles in Honey 4 and Step Up. He then decided to put his degree to work and started his own production company WMZ entertainment. Teaming up with the director of Arg Stairs and Astray his first project FAM is a pilot that he wrote and executive produced. With his team from Maryland they shot F.A.M. in Roswell GA.

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Kyle Romanek


Emmy Award Winning Cinematographer, Kyle Romanek, is a film director, cinematographer and writer. He has won two Emmys alongside a small film team for short films featured on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Kyle has been making films since he was nine years old and his passion for film continued to grow while attending Full Sail University’s film production program. Immediately after graduation Kyle was accepted into the Creative Minds Filmmaking Institute at the Cannes Film Festival. Soon after Romanek would camera assist on reality and scripted television on the East Coast for shows airing on Travel Channel, Lifetime and TLC. Inspired and motivated, Kyle set out to direct his first feature film based on a script of his own writing, “Astray”. In the fall of 2016, Kyle co-hosted a panel at San Francisco Comic-Con about world building in low budget cinema focusing on his second feature film titled “Arg Stairs” which is currently in post-production. “Ditch the Van”, premiering at Mountainfilm 2017, is one story of many to come from Malakye Films, founded by Kyle and his creative partner, Mallory Cunningham. They are currently in production on a short film titled “Simone”

Mallory Cunningham


Emmy Award Winning Producer and Cinematographer, Mallory Cunningham, has always been drawn to all aspects of creating films and storytelling. Mallory grew up in Kentucky, picked up a camera at a young age and began making films with friends. While earning a degree in Telecommunications and Business at the University of Kentucky, she diversified her skills by filming for the athletic department. Mallory then relocated to California and began working alongside filmmaker John Chester at Apricot Lane Farms to create short films for the Oprah Winfrey Network. During her time there she fulfilled many roles on their small film team including, producing, assistant editing, camera operating, story collaboration, and more. In 2016, the team won their first Emmy, with Mallory as the Line Producer, for their short film, “Saving Emma”. The team won two more Emmys for their short film, “Worry for Maggie” in 2017, Mallory won one for being a Producer and one for being a Cinematographer. Mallory co-directed and produced “Ditch the Van”, a short film that premiered at MountainFilm 2017 and is in production on a short documentary titled “Simone”

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