NOT TWINS: Hummus

NOT TWINS: Hummus

“When James was a baby, his parents gave him up for adoption. Carly’s parents wanted a cute baby boy, couldn’t find one, so settled for James. The two were so close in age that their parents decided to tell everyone – including Carly and James – that they were twins. Now in their late 20s, career-oriented James is forced to let an apathetic Carly live with him as he attempts to help Carly straighten her life out.” Written by and Starring Carly Ann Filbin and James Coker Featuring Austin Rye Color Correction by Dominick Martimucci Produced by Whitney Meers. Directed by Shane Tilston http://www.NotTwinsSeries.com

NOT TWINS: James Asks A Girl Out

NOT TWINS: James Asks A Girl Out

“When James was a baby, his parents gave him up for adoption. Carly’s parents wanted a cute baby boy, couldn’t find one, so settled for James. The two were so close in age that their parents decided to tell everyone – including Carly and James – that they were twins. Now in their late 20s, career-oriented James is forced to let an apathetic Carly live with him as he attempts to help Carly straighten her life out.” Written by and Starring Carly Ann Filbin and James Coker Color Correction by Dominick Martimucci Produced by Whitney Meers. Directed by Shane Tilston http://www.NotTwinsSeries.com

NOT TWINS: Subway Creep

NOT TWINS: Subway Creep

“When James was a baby, his parents gave him up for adoption. Carly’s parents wanted a cute baby boy, couldn’t find one, so settled for James. The two were so close in age that their parents decided to tell everyone – including Carly and James – that they were twins. Now in their late 20s, career-oriented James is forced to let an apathetic Carly live with him as he attempts to help Carly straighten her life out.” Written by and Starring Carly Ann Filbin and James Coker Featuring Tim Racine and Emmy Harrington Color Correction by Dominick Martimucci Produced by Whitney Meers. Directed by Shane Tilston http://www.NotTwinsSeries.com

NOT TWINS: Cell Phone

NOT TWINS: Cell Phone

“When James was a baby, his parents gave him up for adoption. Carly’s parents wanted a cute baby boy, couldn’t find one, so settled for James. The two were so close in age that their parents decided to tell everyone – including Carly and James – that they were twins. Now in their late 20s, career-oriented James is forced to let an apathetic Carly live with him as he attempts to help Carly straighten her life out.” Written by and Starring Carly Ann Filbin and James Coker Color Correction by Dominick Martimucci Produced by Whitney Meers. Directed by Shane Tilston http://www.NotTwinsSeries.com

NOT TWINS: James & Carly at the Leasing Office

NOT TWINS: James & Carly at the Leasing Office

“When James was a baby, his parents gave him up for adoption. Carly’s parents wanted a cute baby boy, couldn’t find one, so settled for James. The two were so close in age that their parents decided to tell everyone – including Carly and James – that they were twins. Now in their late 20s, career-oriented James is forced to let an apathetic Carly live with him as he attempts to help Carly straighten her life out.” Written by and Starring Carly Ann Filbin and James Coker Featuring Kevin Cragg Color Correction by Dominick Martimucci Produced by Whitney Meers. Directed by Shane Tilston http://www.NotTwinsSeries.com

NOT TWINS: Episode 6

NOT TWINS: Episode 6

“When James was a baby, his parents gave him up for adoption. Carly’s parents wanted a cute baby boy, couldn’t find one, so settled for James. The two were so close in age that their parents decided to tell everyone – including Carly and James – that they were twins. Now in their late 20s, career-oriented James is forced to let an apathetic Carly live with him as he attempts to help Carly straighten her life out.” Written by and Starring Carly Ann Filbin and James Coker Featuring Betsy Kenney and Dara Katz Additional Camera by Andrew Jive and Phebe Szatmari Color Correction by Dominick Martimucci Produced by Whitney Meers. Directed by Shane Tilston http://www.NotTwinsSeries.com