Decal has acquired North American rights to Brandon Dermer’s sci-fi comedy I’m Totally Fine out of the Cannes market, slating it for release in theaters later this year, Fall 2022.
The film follows Vanessa (Jillian Bell), who embarks on a solo weekend away to clear her head after the death of her best friend (Natalie Morales)—seeing her self-care vacation plans change when she’s met with a situation that’s out of this world.
The film written by American Dad!‘s Alisha Ketry also stars Harvey Guillén (What We Do in the Shadows), Blake Anderson (Workaholics) and Karen Maruyama (The Binge 2: It’s A Wonderful Binge). What We Do in the Shadows, Murder Mystery and Workaholics‘ Kyle Newacheck produced alongside Jonas Dolkart.

Recently, Brandon directed the first 3 episodes of the critically acclaimed second season of the Showtime series FLATBUSH MISDEMEANORS that premiered June 17th, 2022.
Brandon co-created WHAT WOULD DIPLO DO? with James Van Der Beek at Viceland. The show sold to Spike Jonze who shepherd the project. Brandon directed & executive produced the entire critically acclaimed first season.

Brandon has directed for television for Viceland, MTV, Comedy Central, Adult Swim and many others. His music videos and commercials have been featured at SXSW, MTV's VMAs, Vimeo Staff Pick, Huffington Post, Rolling Stone, Adweek, The Front Page of Reddit, AV Club, Vulture and many more capturing hundreds of millions of views online. He's directed music videos for Dillon Francis, Panic! At The Disco, Diplo, The Jonas Brothers, Trippie Redd, Thomas Rhett, Young Thugg, Julia Michaels, Noah Cyrus, Nekrogoblikon, and many more.

In the commercial space, Brandon has directed spots for Intel, LG, Rocket Mortgage, Lenovo, P&G, EA and more. He's written & directed branded content for T-Mobile, Deathwish Coffee, OleHenriksen, Stagecoach Music Festival, Hard Summer Festival, YouTube and more. Brandon directed a branded series for Atlantic Records starring Benny Blanco & Matty Matheson. 

Brandon currently has active development at CBS Studios and Epic Magazine. 
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