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ANTOINE FUQUA

Executive Producer

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Antoine Fuqua is the director behind such films as “Training Day,” “The Magnificent Seven,” “The Equalizer,” “The Equalizer 2,” “Southpaw,” “Olympus Has Fallen,” “Brooklyn’s Finest” and “King Arthur.” He directed and executive-produced the documentary “American Dream/American Knightmare,” on the legendary Marion “Suge” Knight, and directed the blues documentary “Lightning in a Bottle,” executive-produced by Martin Scorsese.

Fuqua directed and executive-produced the critically acclaimed documentary “What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali,” which was a winner at the 2020 Producers Guild Awards, in the Outstanding Sports Program category, and the 2020 Sports Emmy Awards, in the Outstanding Long Sports Documentary category. His company (formerly Fuqua Films, now Hill District Media) produced the series “#FreeRayshawn,” starring Laurence Fishburne and Stephan James, that won two Emmy Awards. The series also won a 2021 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Short Form Series – Comedy or Drama. His most recent film, “The Guilty,” and series, “Mayor of Kingstown,” are both available via streaming.

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Antoine Fuqua is the director behind such films as “Training Day,” “The Magnificent Seven,” “The Equalizer,” “The Equalizer 2,” “Southpaw,” “Olympus Has Fallen,” “Brooklyn’s Finest” and “King Arthur.” He directed and executive-produced the documentary “American Dream/American Knightmare,” on the legendary Marion “Suge” Knight, and directed the blues documentary “Lightning in a Bottle,” executive-produced by Martin Scorsese.

Fuqua directed and executive-produced the critically acclaimed documentary “What’s My Name: Muhammad Ali,” which was a winner at the 2020 Producers Guild Awards, in the Outstanding Sports Program category, and the 2020 Sports Emmy Awards, in the Outstanding Long Sports Documentary category. His company (formerly Fuqua Films, now Hill District Media) produced the series “#FreeRayshawn,” starring Laurence Fishburne and Stephan James, that won two Emmy Awards. The series also won a 2021 NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Short Form Series – Comedy or Drama. His most recent film, “The Guilty,” and series, “Mayor of Kingstown,” are both available via streaming.