Assemble Media is a multi-platform production company founded by Jack Heller that specializes in independently spirited and commercially minded content. The company develops and produces its own unique work as well as the work of likeminded filmmakers. Upcoming projects for Assemble Media include S. Craig Zahler’s action-thriller DRAGGED ACROSS CONCRETE starring Mel Gibson, Jennifer Carpenter, and Vince Vaughn, as well as Zahler’s soon-to-be-released BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 premiering at Venice International Film Festival and starring Vaughn, Carpenter, and Don Johnson. Previously Heller was a founding member of the production company Caliber Media, where he produced over 20 feature films and TV shows including critically-acclaimed BONE TOMAHAWK starring Kurt Russell, Patrick Wilson, Matthew Fox & Richard Jenkins. Heller's directorial debut, "Enter Nowhere," launched the careers of Katherine Waterston and Scott Eastwood, and his follow up "Dark was the Night" screened at film festivals including the NYFF horror lineup at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.