Graham and Parker Phillips are brother writer/directors based out of New York and Los Angeles. Parker graduated from Bucknell University with a degree in literature while Graham graduated Princeton University where he studied U.S. History and wrote his thesis on indigenous marginalization and resistance in the United States.

Graham has performed in a variety of roles on stage, film and television, including leads in the films Goats, Evan Almighty, XOXO, Staten Island Summer and Blockers, as well as in the Broadway musical 13. He was also a series regular on The Good Wife and currently plays on Riverdale and Atypical.

Their first short film, The Mediator, inspired by their father and set in 1890s gold country, won the 2015 Carmel International Film Festival. Their first feature, The Bygone, will be released November 2019 and has screened at Austin, Bozeman and Deadcenter Film Festivals.

They are set to direct the feature Rumble Through the Dark, based on Michael Farris Smith’s novel The Fighter and produced by Cassian Elwes. They are also executive producing an original drama series with Michael Farris Smith as well as a thriller series based on John Hart’s New York Times best-selling novel, Redemption Road.