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1 feature, 9 shorts, 62 webisodes, 20 news packages,

20 promos/trailers, 1 music video... and counting

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“FISHNET is an outrageous burlesque-fueled romp that combines elements of Thelma and Louise and Sister Act, with a camp factor approaching near John Waters levels.  With a delightfully over-the top cast and a plot that would make any 80s screenwriter proud, it’s the goofiest lesbian movie this side of Better than Chocolate.” - MTV/Logo After Ellen - Danielle Riendeau

 

"The chemistry between Trixie and Sulie sparkles, and the dance numbers are fabulous. Coming off like a burlesque-fueled lesbian take on Sister Act, Fishnet is camp, colourful, over-the-top fun... covered in glitter." - Out Takes New Zealand Film Festival

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WHO IS BRIAN PELLETIER?

Brian Pelletier is a Chicago based director, choreographer, photographer and author.  Brian has been professionally active in the creative world since he was sixteen. His work has appeared on television, stage, print and the web.  He is a proud almuni of California State University, Northridge with a BA in Cinema and Television Arts with an emphasis in Electronic Media management graduating Summa Cum Laude.

Brian began directing in 2004 with his first video project Skin Deep, a “silent” black and white video art project. His first narrative short entitled No Match Found premiered in October 2005 at Outtakes Dallas Film Festival.  Brian followed the success of his first short with Getting It Straight featuring Charlene Tilton from the television show Dallas.

 

In 2007, Brian started OutliciousTV a production company that started off with a focus on web content.  He produced and directed five webseries as well as news segments for the web. In 2009 Brian completed his most successful short Everybody Is Having Sex... But Ryan and immediately launched into production on his debut feature film Fishnet.  Fishnet completed a worldwide film festival circuit with excellent reviews.

NEWS

Brian Pelletier has completed his first novel, Monsters in the Closet. Buy it here: https://amzn.to/2BT5h6u

 

Updated reels coming soon.

 

New dance shorts in development.

 

Fishnet has reached over 3 million views on YouTube

CHOREOGRAPHER

Brian Pelletier began his choreography career at age 16 in Boston when he launched the contemporary company, Dance Explorations. Brian presented six original works at the Dance Complex (Pieces, Things Left Behind, The Cross of Changes, Homogenic, Ice and Rivers of Belief).

In 2000, Brian relocated to Los Angeles where he started DanceLA and presented Personal Demons/Deviant Pleasures, 61 Minutes of Misguided Vision, Domestika and Instinct. All of which received stunning reviews from the Los Angeles Times dance critic.

Brian's foray into the commercial world launched when he participated in the Choreographer's Carnival at the Key Club on the Sunset Strip. He presented eight sexy and stunning pieces which led to him being signed by the Bobby Ball Agency.  He also began choreographing for film and TV. His most noted television work was on the FOX TV show "On the Lot" in which his choreography was featured in contestant Adam Stein's films.

 

Taking a break from a full career in dance, Brian started working with film as a director. (see director page) He launched his online channel OutliciousTV but has always tried to incorporate dance whenever he could.

 

In 2014 he relocated to New York in an effort to rekindle his passion for dance and marry it to his love of film.  Brian's lastest project, CODECdance will do just that with original dance on film pieces presented from all over the world.

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