Directed by Joel Souza
FEATURE NARRATIVE 110 Minutes World Premiere
Crown Vic follows two police officers (Thomas Jane and Luke Kleintank) at opposite ends of their career over the course of a single, tumultuous night in the Olympic Division of Los Angeles. A rookie looking to escape from the shadow of his father finds his first patrol spiraling towards a search for a missing girl and a violent hunt for two cop killers on the loose. A squad car becomes a home to the musings of the rookie and his older partner as they chase down a motley crew of increasingly aggressive suspects, roaming their patrol zone, looking for trouble.

The orange-bathed streets of LA play foil to grounded, naturalistic performances from Jane and Kleintank. Contrasting scenes of pulsating violence, Crown Vic is a wild ride of a thriller that wrestles with the grey area between justice and law.

—Joe Yanick
Action, Drama, Thriller
About the Director(s)
Joel Souza is a filmmaker based in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he lives with his wife and two children. The gritty cop drama Crown Vic is Souza’s theatrical feature debut.

Film Info
Cast & Credits
  • Casting Director:
    Avy Kaufman
  • Co-Producer:
    Alyson Latz
  • Cinematographer:
    Thomas Scott Stanton
  • Composer:
    Jeffery Alan Jones
  • Screenwriter:
    Joel Souza
  • Executive Producer:
    Steve Straka, Matthew Helderman, Luke Taylor
  • Producer:
    Anjul Nigam, Gregg Bello, Alec Baldwin, Maxx Tsai
  • Editor:
    David Andalman
  • Director:
    Joel Souza
  • Director of Photography:
    Thomas Scott Stanton
  • Production Designer:
    Debbi De Villa
  • Cast:
    Thomas Jane, Luke Kleintank, Gregg Bello, Josh Hopkins, David Krumholtz, Bridget Moynahan

  • US Sales Contact
    Nick Ogiony
    Los Angeles, 90067
    Phone: 424-288-2000
  • International Sales Contact
    Myles Nestel
    The Solution
    Los Angeles, California 93023
    Phone: 310 489 1300
  • Print Source
    Anjul Nigam
    Brittany House Pictures
    Los Angeles, CA 91401
    Phone: 818 470 1279