PREMIUM DIGITAL EPISODIC SERIES AND FILMS MADE BY AWARD-WINNING INDEPENDENT FILMMAKERS
MEET YOUR NEW FAVORITE FILMMAKING DUO
Keylee and Micah Sudduth are a couple of artists and filmmakers from small towns in Texas now living and creating together in Los Angeles. They are known for their authentic directing style and heartfelt comedic sensibilities that shines through their films and series. Their impressive independent series and films connected them with industry greats Paul Young of MAKE GOOD Content (Emmy-Awarding winning executive producer of Key and Peele, Black-ish, Married) and Matt Cook (writer of Patriots Day and Triple 9) – whom they are now collaborating with on feature films and TV series.
In most recent news, one of Micah and Keylee’s latest original projects, Home: the series, World Premiered at Tribeca Film Festival and won Best Series at LA Indie Festival. The first season of Home will be available online on January 31, 2019. The Texan filmmakers believe their success is a direct result of their fearlessness in diving within, mining their unfiltered lives for story and inspiration, and refusing to let any obstacle stop them from creating. You could think of their body of work as really expensive therapy that is intended to benefit the viewers as much as the creators. They believe that stories are medicine – and you better believe, they’re gonna keep telling theirs.
“…THE BONNIE & CLYDE OF EAST HOLLYWOOD”
When Keylee and Micah were cast opposite each other in an AT&T project their first year in Los Angeles, film director Rupert Sanders donned the couple the “Bonnie and Clyde of Hollywood.” The nickname still suits them today. They’ve got moxie—you know the kind. The kind that doesn’t give a shit what people think but you also know they’d steal for you, that kind. They’re like velvet and steel. Let’s just hope they don’t resort to a life of crime. Bonnie and Clyde robbed banks and killed to get closer to the life they wanted. Keylee and Micah break conventions and make films.
Neither couple waited for permission. That’s what makes them outlaws.
Photos by Claude Charles of Top Notch Photography.