Adrian Fulle

Poya Pictures

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Managing member of Poya Pictures, a full-service production company for film, television and new media clients

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All of Los Angeles knows that not every film made here is a major feature production. Every so often a group of amateurs make it big with a low-budget project.

'Innocence of Muslims' and the Murky World of Low-Budget Films

All of Los Angeles knows that not every film made here is a major feature production. Every so often a group of amateurs make it big with a low-budget project.

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