Taylor Lane Productions

Measure of a Man

Director: Jim Loach  |  Writer: David Scearce  |  Producer: Christian Taylor  |  Executive Producers: Robert Halmi, Jim Reeve, David Scearce, Erika Hampson

Cast: Donald Sutherland, Blake Cooper, Judy Greer, Luke Wilson, Liana Liberato, Danielle Rose Russell

Synopsis: Based on the novel "One Fat Summer" by Robert Lipsyte, a bullied teen experiences a turning point summer in which he learns to stand up for himself.

U.S. Distributor: Great Point Media - In select theaters May 11, 2018

VOD: Lionsgate - August 7, 2018


Director: Derick Martini  |  Writer: Andrea Portes  |  Producers: Christian Taylor, Steven Siebert, Charles de Portes, Jonathan Cornick

Cast: Chloe Grace Moretz, Eddie Redmayne, Blake Lively, Alec Baldwin, Juliette Lewis

Synopsis: Based on the novel by Andrea Portes, a Nebraska teen gets more than she bargained for when she sets out for the bright lights of Las Vegas.

Premiere: Toronto Internal Film Festival, September 2011

U.S. Distributor: Phase 4 Films - May 11, 2012

Post Production


Director: Kerry Harris | Writer: Dan V. Shea | Producers: Christian Taylor, Orian Williams, Annie Stewart | Cast: Radha Mitchell, Henry Thomas, Lin Shaye, Finlay Wojtak-Hissong | Sales: Film Mode Entertainment

Logline: In order to stop his bad dreams, a young boy steals a dreamcatcher from a mysterious neighbor forcing his family to rescue him from a nightmarish entity.

In Development

Curtain Call

Writers: Michael Kastelein, Chris Wu  |  Producer: Christian Taylor

Logline: A fascinating look at Lincoln's assassination and its aftermath from John Wilkes Booth's point of view.

Korematsu v. United States

Writer: David Matthew Case  |  Producers: Christian Taylor, Steven Wegner

Logline: The true story of Fred Korematsu, a 23 year old Japanese American, who after being arrested for failing to report to the internment camps, agrees to become the test case for two intrepid ACLU lawyers, setting the course for one of the most notorious Supreme Court cases in American History.