Cleveland’s own pack theater for ‘The Land FAU’ premiere

‘The Land FAU’ was shot in Cleveland with local talent in front of and behind the camera.

Cleveland’s own pack theater for ‘The Land FAU’ premiere
(Source: Randy Buffington)

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The Land FAU is a crime drama following a special “Fugitive Apprehension Unit” as they protect the streets of Cleveland.

The highly anticipated series is set to premiere on Cleveland 19, Saturday, Jan. 5 at 11:30 p.m.

The cast and crew gathered at Silverspot Cinemas in Pinecrest for an advanced screening of the pilot episode.

(Source: Randy Buffington)

Cleveland is here in numbers for an advanced screening of ‘The Land FAU.’ The cop drama shot in the city was created by a combination of local and veteran talent. It’s set to premiere on Cleveland19, Jan. 5, at 11:30 p.m.

Posted by Cleveland 19 News on Thursday, January 3, 2019

Shot in the city of Cleveland; the show was created by Dominique Paramore who doubles as the lead actress.

Earlier this year, Paramore took us on a brief tour of her neighborhood, reflecting on her inspiration behind the series.

The Land FAU: For the city, by the city

One of her main reasons for shooting in Cleveland was to keep the project for the city, by the city.

“There’s something in the heart of Cleveland that just transcends past anything that you see on television. This really gave me an opportunity to create a mirror to the things I saw growing up.”
Dominique Paramore

The production paired a number of local actors with veteran talent like Tommy Ford; giving opportunity to many in an entertainment industry that can be tough to crack.


According to the press release, the female lead character (Detective Mycol “Kye” Coleman) is played by the shows creator Dominque Paramore along with her co-stars Robert Bray (Detective Malachi Ward) and Ryan D. Martin (Detective Brick McKinney) pictured below.

(Source: Randy Buffington)

Through the portrayal of their characters, the cast hope to highlight and bring awareness to issues that plague a number of communities such as sex trafficking, drug abuse, murder, robbery and gang violence.

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