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Directed by Ryan Dunlap
Produced by Ryan Dunlap
Calix Lewis Reneau
Joseph Cincotti
Starring Ryan Dunlap
Marisa Draeger
Tim Russ
Doug Jones
Brian Shoop
Music by Carol Underwood
Cinematography John Barnett II
Running time Approx. 107 min
Country United States
Language English

Greyscale is a 2009 American neo-noir/thriller in a modern setting and is written, directed, and produced by Ryan Dunlap, who originally wrote the screenplay under the pseudonym "Conway Banks." The film stars Dunlap, Marisa Draeger, Tim Russ and Doug Jones. The film is currently in post-production and is expected to be released sometime in 2009.

Filming began in Tulsa, Oklahoma in September 2008 and wrapped up in January 2009.


After a local casting call, the screenplay's scope was expanded to be able to utilize a higher percentage of actors that came out to audition. [1]

  • Ryan Dunlap as Oliver Allen: A painter with a cloudy past, he suffers achromatopsia (color-blindness) after an explosion at a crime syndicate's warehouse that kills his wife and the son of the crime syndicate leader, Gavin Calhoun.
  • Marisa Draeger as Rachel Soren: A femme-fatale whose actions are always shaded by uncertain motives, she tracks down Oliver in order to meet her own objectives, often costing those doing her the favors.
  • Tim Russ as Gavin Calhoun: The patriarch of the Calhoun crime syndicate, he is hellbent on tracking down Oliver Allen after the death of his son, Sammy Calhoun. With an information leak occurring from within his ranks, he spends most of his time rooting out the source.
  • Doug Jones as Jamison: Gavin's murderous lieutenant, Jamison is sent out to find and return Oliver.
  • Brian Shoop as Gabe: A homeless man living outside of Oliver's rented art studio. He sticks around because Oliver offers him lunch on a daily basis and provides him with a sounding board to tell his stories.


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