Smoking Gun- A murder mystery announces filming in Los Angeles on the 10th November 2018

LOS ANGELES – 10-14-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — “Smoking Gun”- A murder mystery, announces filming in Los Angeles on the 10th November 2018

Un Nouveau Jour, a European finance company and its European production partners, New Street Pictures Wanda-Halcyon Television and Memphis Writers group have announced that they will be filming in Los Angeles in November 2018.Sutish Sharma“Smoking Gun” is the brain-child of award-winning producer and writer Sutish Sharma of New Street Pictures located at Pinewood Studios in England. The manuscript was considered one of the hot properties for 2016 due to its adaptability to the television series format and it’s cutting edge subject matter. In 2016, Mr Sharma, the creator of the project, sold the rights to producer, Pat Andrew, who helped arrange financing and worked with Mr Sharma as a creative partner. In 2017, Mr Andrew sold Wanda-Halcyon Television to Un Nouveau Jour for an undisclosed seven figure sum. “Smoking Gun” follows the fictional FBI investigation of a civil rights murder in Los Angeles during the turbulence of the 1980s. The case leads the show’s protagonist, a world-weary FBI special agent, to the Nicaraguan Contras and the inner sanctum of the Central Intelligence Agency and its connection to drug trafficking in Los Angeles.”We are very excited about ‘Smoking Gun’ and look forward to getting production in Los Angeles underway,” said Wanda -Halcyon showrunner Anne Marie Jordan. Year 1 will consist of 12 episodes and the Pilot will be released in January 2019.

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