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Play On

It ain't over til it starts. In this "mundane documentary," a folk singer reflects on a career he hasn't had yet.

This is the second in the Fancy Movies series of heartfelt mockumentaries--gentle comedies about excruciatingly normal characters doing unremarkable things.

This project was filmed under specially-designed coronavirus guidelines to ensure maximum safety for all cast and crew. To date, everyone involved with this motion picture remains covid-free.

  • Brian Wallace
    Stay Green, The Briefcase
  • Brian Wallace
    #TiredOfWinning, M.A.R.S., Stay Green
  • Justin Dray
    The Stone, Stay Green
  • Matt Mitchell
    The Stone, The Briefcase
  • Brian Wallace
    Stay Green, The Briefcase, The Stone
  • Matt Mitchell
    Key Cast
    The Briefcase
  • Brandon Junk
    Covid Compliance Director
  • Cat Davoudi
    Director of Photography
    The Briefcase
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    10 minutes 36 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 19, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    65 USD
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    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Director Biography - Brian Wallace

Brian Wallace began his career as a stage actor in NYC and moved to Los Angeles in 2015. Once shortlisted for a Juilliard Playwriting Fellowship; produced the "play without a play" Kinsherf's Coat (Hollywood Fringe Producer's Award); wrote and produced the short film "The Briefcase" (Semi Finalist- L.A. CineFest, Honorable Mention- Fifteen Minute Film Fest, Honorable Achievement in Ensemble Performance- Independent Cinema Showcase); wrote the pilots for "M.A.R.S." (Finalist- Inroads Screenwriting Fellowship & Oaxaca FIlm Fest) and "#TiredOfWinning" (Finalist- Seoul International Film Festival).

"Stay Green" was the first "mundane documentary" that Wallace wrote and directed for Fancy Movies, and the film was selected at ten festivals worldwide, winning best in its category at Los Angeles CineFest and the Ealing Film Festival in London, UK. The prize money from Ealing financed the next mundane documentary installment, "Play On."

Wallace played a small but pivotal role in the pioneering transgender film "Relish," which won Best Feature at the Madrid and Burbank International Film Festivals in 2019, and he can currently be seen as the steady but depraved Dr. Richter in Denim Richards' latest film, "The Zoo."

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