Phillip "Lex" Lybrand is known for low-budget, 'mumblecore' feature films, primarily produced in Austin, TX. Since moving to Texas in 2010, he has produced and directed the features, SUMMER LEAGUE, THE TROLLS, and MAYBE SHOWER – the latter 2 he also wrote. In between directing jobs, he works as a cinematographer and editor. Lybrand received his BFA in Media Arts from the University of Arizona in 2006, and he received his MFA in Film from the Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2018. His MFA thesis ... Read more
7 April 1984
Aberdeen, Maryland, U.S.
2020 . Adventure, Science Fiction, Animation, Family . 1h 45m
As Marty McFly (scene 8). More than 300 fans from 9 different countries joined together to remake Back to the Future Part II during the COVID-19 quarantine. The film was split into 88 scenes with 88 teams producing their segment using available resources all while obeying local social distancing guidelines. The result is an absurdly fun, wild ride that sees everything from pro-level live action to killer animation to... bananas and potatoes used to bring Back to the Future Part II to life all over again.
2016 . 1h 37m
Executive producer. A Texas tech start-up breaks every crowdfunding record in the books, but they lose it all when a patent troll shuts them down. Refusing to go down without a fight, our heroes use a legal loophole to beat the trolls at their own game. By obtaining a patent for BEING a patent troll, they're able to... troll the trolls.
2018 . Drama, Comedy . 1h 18m
Executive producer. Ash, Shannon, and Wendy are all late. You know... LATE. As their collective anxiety grows, they band together to face their fears, confront the potential fathers, and egg a car or two. All part of the world's first maybe shower.
2013 . Comedy, Drama . 1h 19m
Executive producer. When Allie (Danielle Evon Ploeger) returns home during her final college summer break, she doesn't anticipate staying long, but that all changes when there's a death in the family and Allie inherits her childhood home. Her life-long BFF, Kenzie (Kelsey Thomas) helps her deal with her loss, and other family drama, by forcing her to join The Browncoats, the team she captains in the small town's co-ed softball league. Kenzie's advice for Allie is simple... When life sucks, just grab your glove, and grab a ball. Everything just sort of fades away when you're playing catch.