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What We Do
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I created K Street Pictures to give power back to filmmakers. Our mantra is simple, honest accounting, accessibility, and treating motion pictures individually. We have a network of powerful movie makers who have shown an overwhelming frustration with the industry. Why are our talents exploited by others to make corporations rich?
We believe that if a film makes money then the producers should be paid. Period. Not all films are alike. Thus we create individual marketing plans and strategies. We can’t guarantee a hit, but we have the relationships to put your film on the platforms they belong, to sell it to the world, and the ability to reach millions of people.
Our groundbreaking business model for our productions is an industry disruption. We build viable business models and marketing plans before we go into production. We have a network of professional movie makers and talent. We are able to make promises other production companies can’t. We guarantee distribution. Period.– Charles Agron, Founder
Behind The Scenes
In the altered world of Monday At 11:01 AM, one man’s perception of reality becomes distorted as his existence keeps being thrown back in time – specifically at that time of morning. Agron stars with Lance Henriksen, Briana Evigan and Lauren Shaw. Gary Adelman produces alongside Agron. K Street also is prepping its next project, an organized crime film produced under the CAP banner set to begin filming next year.
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Charles Agron is an actor, writer, producer and his latest project is titled Monday at 11:01 AM
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Charles Agron Launches K Street Pictures & Sets First Release EXCLUSIVE: Dark House writer-producer Charles Agron today
Peter Andrikis’ romantic comedy “Alex & Eve” was bought by K Street Pictures for distribution in North