, who began his career at UTA, founded Armory Films
in 2013 with partner Tim Zajaros
. Since then, the Los Angeles-based film finance and production company, which creates, develops, produces and finances high concept and commercially viable content, has amassed an impressive slate of feature films spanning numerous genres and styles, including the 2013 cult classic “Zombeavers
” and “Cabin Fever
: Reboot,” which they produced with Cassian Elwes
and Eli Roth
. Armory Films
’ current slate includes Dee Rees
’ new feature “Mudbound
,” which premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Netflix will release it Nov. 17.
” is making a lot of noise right now. What was the appeal of it for you?
For me, it’s just one of those rare films that is a very powerful and emotional story, but that also has a lot of lessons that you can take away from it. It speaks to a lot of issues, including race, class, women’s issues,