K Street Pictures (Which is derived from Charles Agron’s former career in Washington, DC) will produce and acquire for worldwide distribution up to five productions per year in the first two years with plans to expand in 2018. “We will produce one to two original films under the CAP (Charles Agron Productions) banner for the first year with budgets in the 5-10million dollar range” States Agron. “In addition, we are currently in negotiations with other producers to acquire their projects for release under the K STREET PICTURES banner”. According to Agron” K STREET will innovate the distribution process and be on the cutting edge as conventional norms continue to change. He plans on streamlining the process by eliminating middlemen, giving each film a unique distribution strategy, and most importantly a transparent relationship with producers in order to help maximize returns on their films”.
“K STREET plans to add a whole new menu to independent film fans, both art house and mainstream. K STREET’s approach recognizes that while genre still exists the audiences and mixture have become so broad that it’s time to give fans of both types of films great movies that they will enjoy ” says Agron.
The Company’s first release, “Monday at 11:01 A.M.” is a psychological thriller set
in an altered world where one man’s perception of reality becomes distorted as his
Existence keeps being thrown back in time – specifically “Monday At 11:01 A.M.”
“Monday” is directed by Harvey Lowry (“Cassidy”s Way”) and stars Agron (“Dark House”), Lance Henriksen (“The Blacklist”, “Terminator”), Briana Evigan (“From Dusk Till Dawn”, “Step UP 2”) and Lauren Shaw (“Zero Dark Thirty”). Agron wrote
the screenplay and also produces along with Gary Adelman.
In addition to releasing “Monday At 11:01A.M.”, the company is prepping its next endeavor, an organized crime film produced under the CAP banner set to begin lensing in 2016.