Co-director, Producer, Screenwriter

Scott Rubin is the longest serving editor-in-chief in the history of the National Lampoon (1999-2009). Rubin’s tenure began when he created the twice Webby Award nominated nationallampoon.com. The site’s content was entered into the Smithsonian Institute for Best Exemplifying American Satire in the weeks following the 9-11 attacks, and was awarded “Best of the Web” from the LA Times, USA Today, CNN, Wall Street Journal, etc. Rubin created, wrote, or produced over 600 web features, including several #1 Youtube videos including “Seinfeld: The Lost Episode”, one of the most viewed viral videos of its time. Upon his departure, Rubin’s videos ranked #1 all-time in comedy in the prized 13-24 demo (Tubemogul, April ‘09).

His post-Lampoon career includes producing, co-directing, writing and starring in the award- winning, indie feature film The Rainbow Bridge Motel, as well as “Before ‘Future Boy’” and “The Word w/ Scott Rubin” for JLTV. He is a native of Buffalo and recently moved back to be with his family and his beloved team, the Buffalo Bills.


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Garrett Vorreuter is an award-winning director, writer, producer, and cinematographer with over a decade of experience working on independent films, commercials and documentary productions. His passion for filmmaking has taken him around the world not only as a creative but as a teacher and a leader. Although he’s been hired for a wide range of work, he’s best known for his work in narrative film and his ability to deliver hyper-stylized, emotionally impactful content. Unbillievable! marks his second feature film collaboration with his film partner Scott Rubin. Their first film, The Rainbow Bridge Motel, was shot entirely in Niagara Falls and Buffalo. Ventures released the comedy on every major vod platform, and RBM recently played on Paramount +



Gregory Lamberson is an award-winning filmmaker and author who has lived in New York state his entire life. He has directed nine feature films and produced several others, and is the author of 15 published books. Although primarily known for directing cult horror films (Slime City, Johnny Gruesome), in recent years he directed the comedy, Killer Rack, and the new action film, Guns of Eden, and wrote the screenplay for the fantasy-western Showdown in Yesteryear. In addition to writing most of his own films, he has worked as a producer for hire, an associate producer, a first assistant director, a unit production manager, a script supervisor, and a publicist, and he is the co-founder of Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival, now in its 10th year. He’s excited to be working with Scott Rubin and J. Garrett Vorreuter on Unbillievable!.



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