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WrongBrain Films is a boutique film production company with backgrounds in comedy, commercials, and documentary work. We believe any film shoot is a business, just like running a small company where every dollar counts. We’re storytellers who understand that video content doesn’t have to be costly to be great. Ideas, talent, and execution doesn’t have to cost a lot of money. Find “the funny” in truthful relationships and characters, not caricatures, create an emotional core, then raise the stakes. From premise to first draft to rewrites to camera roll, WrongBrain values, even reveres, the craft of writing yet find that in-the-moment truthful reactions and improvised lines are magic we can’t dismiss.


Dinner, Interrupted – Alamo Drafthouse

Masik Fragrances

Rwanda Documentary

Hot For Teacher

Mrs Dash – Hiding

Chapfix – Too Confident

The Akilah Impact

CNN – Subway Eating

Amnesia – Mrs Dash Commercials

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‘Happy’ Burundi by WrongBrain

3rd May 2014 By Sean Scanlin

This summer WrongBrain director Sean Scanlin, traveled to Burundi to film an entire country dancing along to their rendition of ‘Happy’ by Pharell Williams. Directing Photography was Jesse Brown of Digi Ranch, also the Producer of YOGA POSERS.

Without a doubt Burundi is one of the most amazing countries in the world. After several days we traveled across the entire country and captured footage of places unknown to most Americans.

We Dream in Spandex

30th April 2014 By Sean Scanlin

Yogi’s of the world unite! WrongBrain just finished shooting our new web series YOGA POSERS.
So roll up those yoga mats and stop wasting money on kombucha, the real yoga action is taking place this May.

A look at the cast and crew of YOGA POSERS!



WrongBrain’s got balls…of Hope!

26th September 2013 By Sean Scanlin

….and we’re giving them away.

This September, WrongBrain brought dozens of futbols to the impoverished youth of Africa. While filming a documentary in Rwanda, director Sean Scanlin came across countless kids who had little besides the dream of one day playing with a real soccer ball.

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