The FP

The FP is a 2011 American comedy film written and directed by Brandon and Jason Trost.wikipedia
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Brandon Trost

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The FP is a 2011 American comedy film written and directed by Brandon and Jason Trost.
Brandon Scott Trost (born August 29, 1981) is an American cinematographer, screenwriter, and film director best known for writing and directing The FP (2011) with his brother Jason, as well as being the cinematographer of several films, including Crank: High Voltage, Halloween II, MacGruber, Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and That's My Boy.

Jason Trost

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The FP is a 2011 American comedy film written and directed by Brandon and Jason Trost.
He is best known for his work on the films The FP and Vs.

Caitlyn Folley

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The film also features Caitlyn Folley, Art Hsu, Nick Principe and Dov Tiefenbach.
Caitlyn Folley, also known as Caker Folley, is an American actress known for her role as Stacy in The FP (2011).

Frazier Park, California

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The film focuses on two gangs, the 248 and the 245, fighting for control of Frazier Park (the FP).
Frazier Park is also the setting of the 2011 film The FP and 1974's The Black Six.

Lee Valmassy

Gang member JTRO (Jason Trost) trains to defeat L Dubba E (Lee Valmassy), the leader of a rival gang.
He is best known for starring as L Dubba E The FP (2011) and as Charlie / The Wall in Vs (2011).

FP2: Beats of Rage

Beats of Rage
A sequel, FP2: Beats of Rage, was released in September 2018.
FP2: Beats of Rage is a 2018 American comedy film and the sequel to the 2011 film The FP.

Art Hsu

The film also features Caitlyn Folley, Art Hsu, Nick Principe and Dov Tiefenbach.
Notable credits include the MC/sidekick KCDC in genre-bending indie film The FP and the gangster villain Johnny Vang in Crank: High Voltage opposite Jason Statham.

Drafthouse Films

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After its screening at the Fantasia Festival on July 30 that year, Drafthouse Films acquired the film for distribution.

Nick Principe

The film also features Caitlyn Folley, Art Hsu, Nick Principe and Dov Tiefenbach.
Also in 2011, Principe portrayed BLT in Brandon and Jason Trost's The FP.

Sean Whalen

Additional cast members include Mike Sandow as Jody, Rachel Robinson as Lacy, Natalie Minx as Macy, Sean Whalen as Stacy's father, and Clifton Collins, Jr. as CC Jam.

Dov Tiefenbach

The film also features Caitlyn Folley, Art Hsu, Nick Principe and Dov Tiefenbach.

James Remar

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Blayne Weaver makes a cameo appearance as the owner of a gas station KCDC robs, while James Remar narrates the film's prelude.

Clifton Collins Jr.

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Additional cast members include Mike Sandow as Jody, Rachel Robinson as Lacy, Natalie Minx as Macy, Sean Whalen as Stacy's father, and Clifton Collins, Jr. as CC Jam.

Blayne Weaver

Blayne Weaver makes a cameo appearance as the owner of a gas station KCDC robs, while James Remar narrates the film's prelude.

Dash Mihok

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Dash Mihok played a small role in the cut of the film shown at South by Southwest, but his scenes were removed from the theatrical release.

Comedy film

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The FP is a 2011 American comedy film written and directed by Brandon and Jason Trost.

Music video game

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The gangs settle their disputes by playing Beat-Beat Revelation, a music video game similar to Dance Dance Revolution.

Dance Dance Revolution

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The gangs settle their disputes by playing Beat-Beat Revelation, a music video game similar to Dance Dance Revolution.

Kris Lemche

Jason Trost conceived The FP when he was 16, and developed it into a short film starring himself, Valmassy, Principe, DeBello, Brandon Barrera, Diane Gaeta, Kris Lemche and Torry Haynes in 2007.

Principal photography

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Principal photography took place in Frazier Park, California in September 2008.

Special effects supervisor

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Ron Trost—Brandon and Jason Trost's father—served as special effects supervisor and executive producer of the film, and his property was the primary filming location.

Executive producer

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Ron Trost—Brandon and Jason Trost's father—served as special effects supervisor and executive producer of the film, and his property was the primary filming location.

South by Southwest

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The full-length version of The FP premiered at South by Southwest on March 13, 2011, and received positive reviews.

Fantasia International Film Festival

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After its screening at the Fantasia Festival on July 30 that year, Drafthouse Films acquired the film for distribution.