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Producers are Erin O’Connor, Rob Pfaltzgraff, and Maurice Black of the Moving Picture Institute, Stacey Parks of Media Sparks Films and M. Wiles is producing the pic with Stephen Peace via their newly formed banner Sunny Daze Studios, along with Michael O’Shea Jr., Mandy June Turpin, and Christian Briggs.It follows Trevor and Michelle Gustafson (Hamilton) who have what most would think is the typical suburban life.When new neighbors move in next door, tensions between Michelle and Trevor build up, and sinister motives from neighbors turn this quiet neighborhood into a place of chaos, shame, and fear.“Adding Arbury, a non-attorney executive as Director of TV and Episodic Content, is an unusual move for an entertainment law firm,” said Firm Founder and Managing Partner Elsa Ramo.“As a firm, we are nimble enough to embrace opportunities that distinguish us from our competition and that provide the resources our clients seek which has been a foundation of our approach to servicing clients in the film and TV space with our growing Packaging and Sales department.” Arbury, who received an B. in Media Production from Florida State University, started his career as a production assistant on several series including ABC’s “Boston Legal” and CBS’s “Ghost Whisperer” prior to becoming the Director of Development at Canvas Media Studios and Captivate Entertainment.Created by Halpin (Hawaii Five-0), a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deputy in South Central for 17 years, 12 of which as an undercover officer, The Oath explores a world of gangs made up of those sworn to protect and defend.
It sheds light on corrupt and secret societies that are nearly impossible to join—only a select few make the cut—but once inside, members will do what they must to protect each other from enemies on the outside and from within their own ranks.
Ramo Law PC provides comprehensive legal services to its clients in the entertainment industry with a specialized focus in representing financiers, producers, and production entities in film, television and digital content.
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“Ramo Law has uniquely established a Packaging and Sales Department, headed by Tiffany Boyle, that provides value-added resources to clients with film and TV projects,” continued Ramo, who in recent months was named both to Variety’s New Hollywood Leaders for Law and Finance and to the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Influential Minority Attorneys.
With the growth and success of the Packaging and Sales department, the firm practice also continues to grow with Brack, who received her B. in Political Science from Clark Atlanta University and her J. from Thomas Jefferson School of Law where she received the Thomas Jefferson Medal Award and the Witkin Award for Excellence, joins Ramo Law having worked for NBCUniversal’s business and legal affairs department, with recent projects including “Fifty Shades Freed” and “Happy Death Day.” About Ramo Law PC Ramo Law PC provides comprehensive legal services to entertainment industry clients, representing financiers, producers, and production entities in film, television and digital content.
Houston King and Burn Later Productions’ Sam Slater produced.