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Can You Keep A Secret?: Gwynne stands in the forest during the day looking terrified.

Can You Keep a Secret? by The Templeton Philharmonic

(Toronto)
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This 2 minute comedic short from The Templeton Philharmonic is a tribute to horror movies of the 1970s. It was filmed in the woods on an iPhone, in the midst of COVID-19. Starring Gwynne Phillips, Briana Templeton and Alex Tindal. Directed and edited by Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll. Sound by Matt Beckett. Makeup by AJ Lauren.

On-Demand Tickets Available here
Premiered in UR WEIRD: Genres on March 26.

Creative Bio:

The Templeton Philharmonic are a comedy duo based in Toronto, Canada. Gwynne Phillips (STARZ’ “American Gods”, CBC’s “Gayl Pile”) and Briana Templeton (SyFy’s “The Expanse” and Amazon’s “The Boys”) are known for sketch that blends period pieces, surrealism, and biting social commentary with a feminist bent. The pair have performed sketch comedy on stages across North America – including the San Francisco Sketch Comedy Festival, Toronto’s Massey Hall and beyond. Their work has picked up awards such as “Best Duo” at the LA Comedy Festival, “The Just for Laughs Award” at Montreal Sketchfest, “Producer’s Pick” at the Toronto Sketchfest, and more.

Their recent films, “Yukon” and “The Women’s Hour”, are now streaming on CBC Gem. You can also listen to their original audio series, “None of Our Business”, on Audible.