Chad Archibald And Cody Calahan Are Taking Us To ‘The Cleaners’

June 10, 2017

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Chad Archbald (Bite, Let Her Out) and Cody Calahan (Antisocial, Antisocial 2) and their company Black Fawn films are working to deliver a new television series, titled The Cleaners. 
The Cleaners follows a team of crime scene cleaners who mop up after supernatural killings, hiding the truth from the world… that monsters really do exist.
From the Press Release:
Award-winning horror film producers and directors Cody Calahan and Chad Archibald of Black Fawn Films are set to showcase their TV series concept “The Cleaners,” created by Calahan and Al Kratina, to networks in Banff.
For the first time ever, William F. White Int’l. will allow a production company to take over its social media sites. Black Fawn Films will control the WFW Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube channel for three days. While in Calgary, Black Fawn will be making a stop to meet fans at the Calgary Horror-Con on June 11th, where they will be presenting at a panel moderated by Whites Toronto’s own Greg Jeffs. Following that they will be continuing to the Banff World Media Festival from June 11th-13th.
Along with William F White Int’l. and Breakthrough Entertainment, Redlab Digital and Panavision have also come on board to support the project and the creation of a proof of concept, which will accompany their pitch package at the Banff World Media Festival.
Cody Calahan, writer/director/producer at Black Fawn Films, says, “We’ve been developing this idea for a while, and with the support of these companies we’ll be pitching networks and buyers who we wouldn’t normally have access to. Expanding into the television realm has been a goal for us, and our entire team couldn’t be more excited about this new venture.”

We’re more than just an equipment supplier here at Whites,” said White’s Chairman/CEO Paul Bronfman. “It’s all about creating and nurturing relationships with emerging filmmakers, and Black Fawn Films is no exception. They have our full support as they pitch their new series at Banff!”

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