Hollywood Outlaws has produced several shows for their own comedy network as well as for hire. We have become versed in producing everything from three camera sitcoms to news shows, talk shows, guerrilla style- man on the street shows, and more. With a talented and innovative production and post-production crew, we have produced several episodes of Famika, The Tea Totin’ Mornin’ Show, Ciscolution, The Jackie-N-Ro Show, Voyce of America, and the Willis Turner Show. Hollywood Outlaws has also produced the filming of the NAACP Theater Awards in Los Angeles.For more information on production with Hollywood Outlaws, contact: email@example.com
Hollywood Outlaws, LLC is a film, television, and radio production company and an internet television & radio broadcast network, respectively. This company was created with the goals of entertaining and inspiring others, igniting change and communication, and bringing well crafted artistic expression back to the forefront of entertainment. Standing strong in our individuality, we have built Hollywood Outlaws to create work that is unique and pushes the proverbial Hollywood envelope. We are artists who stay true to ourselves while still discovering an avenue of global and social relativity. We strive to connect with the rest of humanity. At Hollywood Outlaws, we are gathering a community of comedians, filmmakers, musicians, photographers, painters, actors, dancers, singers, sculptors, d.j's, poets, writers…and we aim to use art as our platform for expressing our messages and inspiring and influencing others to make the changes they want to see in themselves and the world.
DARE TO BE DIFFERENT
...Because we are individuals Because we cannot be defined by just one word or fit cleanly into just one category. Because we are more than statistics and dollar amounts. Because we should not revel in the exploitation of a person’s weakest moments under the false pretense of entertainment. Because we are each outlaws in our own right if given the place to explore. It is in his individuality where an artist finds his art, his inspiration for creation that is unique and cannot truly be imitated. In this individuality is where he connects with his audience. Through art and his own individuality, the audience member can find his connection to the rest of the world. This artist revolution is not one of hate, anger, or rebellion. It is a revolution to allow those who live for something that cannot be defined, to have a platform to share it. It is a revolution to revive what has been ignored by a misguided industry. It is a revolution for the individual to exist and thrive as such. Because if we choose to cultivate and perpetuate the best of the human spirit and the individuality of each of us, then we may have a chance.