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We are the kids in school that made you laugh, gave you the answers, and always had your back in a fight.

Founded in 2021, with a business model to explicitly handle today’s film production challenges and create work we love.
We team up with agencies, brands, social causes, TV networks, and celebrities to tell youthful, relevant stories that become a part of the culture.
We use humor and art to disarm, educate, delight, and make best friends out of jaded viewers.
We are Reform School
of New York and Los Angeles.
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Ryan

RYAN ENNIS, Executive Producer/Founder, has over 15+ years of experience in commercial and film production. Coming up through the Los Angeles film community ranks, Ryan experienced every facet of production hands-on.  He uses that hard-earned knowledge to overcome any production challenge and deliver a creative vision as intended.

Ryan has worked closely with well-respected agencies such as Droga5, Mother, DeustschLA, 72andSunny, FunnyorDie, ESPN, and many other TV Networks and direct to brand projects. He loves the challenge of maximizing budgets, from Superbowl spots to social media content. He has the natural ability to stretch a dollar, pull a favor, create a last-minute miracle, and ensure it all ends with a big smile at the wrap party.

Ryan is a member of the Choctaw Nation, a Native American tribe originally occupying the Southeastern United States. He is passionate about advancing Native American and Indigenous representation in commercial/film production. He has set up a mentorship program through Reform School to help talented and under-represented people break into our industry. If you would like to learn more, please get in touch with us at careers@reformschool.tv

Evan

EVAN SILVER, Director/Founder, is an Emmy-nominated, Cannes Lion winning comedy director. He was selected to participate in the esteemed 2020 Directors Guild Of America's Television Directing Program and has created content for brands, hit TV shows, and movie studios.

Evan has collaborated with some of the most creative advertising agencies such as Weiden+Kennedy, Mother, BBDO, Venables Bell & Partners, McGarryBowen, TBWA\Chiat Day, and created content for TV including Comedy Central, MTV, Hulu, ESPN, FunnyorDie, The Daily Show, Conan O’Brien, and Schitt’s Creek.

Evan directed the celebrated  Super Bowl commercial 'Chunky Milk' for Mint Mobile, which Forbes Magazine listed as #6 on its 'Top-10 Best spots of the big game.' He directed the music video 'Humility' for the band Gorillaz starring actor Jack Black. It has received over 90 million views to date and was the #1 Trending Video worldwide on Youtube.

Evan began his career as an art director on the agency side . He made the jump to directing when he joined the respected MTV on-air promos. While at MTV, Evan worked with A-List talent from the worlds of comedy, film, and music.

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