Our mission is to curate and elevate the best material with underrepresented collaborators, to start meaningful conversations in uncomfortable ethical and moral spaces.
No matter what form or genre of material exists in a project, we strive to find the most meaningful expression of the important underlying themes.
We approach each project in a thoughtful, investigative way in order to make stories and characters more specific and, ironically, more universal. Our varied upbringing and backgrounds have prepared us to think about material in a multifaceted way.
Life is short — so we always want to form authentic connections with writers, directors, designers, artists, and executives who share our passion.
Together we use the incredible cultural power of film, television, and media to spark meaningful, socially conscious conversations with active participation of marginalized communities and the unexplored schools of thought we all bring to our projects.
Chemically Altered Productions is a leading independent film and television production company with offices in Los Angeles, California and Toronto, Canada. Founded in 2012, CAPs development slate includes half hour and hour long programming, animated series, select features and digital content. Currently CAP has projects in development and pre-production with broadcasters and studios across North America, the United Kingdom and France. Current projects of note include partnerships with Amber Entertainment (Fox21/Touchstone Television), Circle of Confusion, Armory Films and OzWorks (with Executive Producers Dr. Mehmet Oz, Lisa Oz and Samantha Lemole).
Previous projects include "It Could Be Worse" (Hulu/PivotTV), "It Takeis Two" with George Takei (YouTube/Digital) and Award winning Festival darling "Grind" starring Anthony Rapp ("Star Trek", "RENT") which screened at 29 film festivals around the globe. Previous development partners include VH1 and Oxygen.
Chemically Altered is helmed by three time Emmy Nominated Producer, Executive Producer and Managing Partner, Zachary Halley ("Drunk History", "South Side", Comedy Central/CBS Viacom).
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