"If you're a VCU fan or just a college basketball fan, you owe it to yourself to watch this"
— Amazon.com Customer Review
About The Director
Phil Wall is a native of Roanoke, VA, and a 2002 graduate of Roanoke Catholic High School. He was the starting point guard for an RCS squad that won 3-straight Virginia Independent Schools Div. II State Championships and 2-straight Virginia State Catholic Championships. His first films were highlight videos chronicling each of those titles. In 2003, Wall completed a post-graduate year at Fork Union Military Academy, playing for legendary coach, Fletcher Arritt. He attended Williams College, where he played varsity basketball for four years while pursuing a degree in English and embracing his love of film. He interned for Tobey Maguire, Matt Damon and Ben Affleck before graduating from college and eventually setting up his own production company, Phil Wall Productions, LLC. His feature Unbelievable is Believable Here, about VCU’s historic run to the 2011 NCAA Final Four, premiered at the Richmond International Film Festival in March of 2014 and is now available on DVD and streaming on major platforms including iTunes, Hulu, Amazon Prime, among others. Wall’s feature documentary, The Passing Game, is a Southern Documentary Fund selection and is currently in post-production. In addition to his independent work, Wall produces commercial content for clients all over the United States. His work has taken him to 10 countries, and his video content has been featured by The Wall Street Journal, Sports Illustrated, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance and ABC’s Nightline, and others.