Neal Schrodetzki grew up in Arizona. He first discovered a passion for filmmaking while attending a high school elective focused on directing.

When he was 17-years-old, he enlisted in the Army and served in the 3rd Infantry Regiment. After the military, Neal studied film at Arizona State University, and then moved to Los Angeles to make movies.

Time To Kill Productions was formed in 2014 by long-time friends Ethan Morse and Neal Schrodetzki.

Ethan and Neal are U.S. Army veterans, and first met while serving together in Washington D.C.

Together they created and internationally distributed "The Unknowns", which covers select portions of the training cycle at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery, where the two men were stationed.

They are currently developing "Honor Guard", featuring Academy Award® Nominated Actor Sam Elliott as narrator.

Growing up in Northern New York, Ethan Morse would daydream about Hollywood while working on his family dairy farm.

After serving in the U.S. Army, and earning badge #548 at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier he drove west to the golden coast to pursue his dreams of producing radio, television, and film in L.A.