‘Much Ado About Nothing’: How a YouTube comedy duo joined the Whedonverse | EW.com
Catch No Budget Film Fest 2012 panelists Brian McElhaney and Nick Kocher (aka the hilarious comedy duo BriTANicK) in Joss Whedon’s adaptation of Much Ado About Nothing!
It turns out, Whedon was also a fan of theirs. He wrote a post on Whedonesque.com praising BriTANicK’s YouTube videos (which McElhaney told EW “blew our minds”) shortly before beginning production on The Avengers. When Kocher and McElhaney arrived at Whedon’s house for the Much Ado shoot, “My wife and I were fan gushing over them so badly,” the director tells EW. He discovered the duo’s sketches when a friend sent him“A Monologue for Three,” in which McElhaney attempts to remember the closing lines of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Former NBFF panelists BriTANicK just being the most awesome, nbd
Husbands Season 3
Official site of CW Seed, featuring Husbands, Backpackers, Gallery Mallory, L.A. Rangers, Stupid Hype, CelebTV and more. On CWSeed.com watch full episodes and more.
Did you catch that NBFF panelists Brad Bell and Jane Espenson’s amazing webseries Husbands got picked up by CW Seed for its third season? Watch the amazing (featuring guest star Amy Acker) over on CW Seed now!
Read all about the impact of the show at http://husbandstheseries.com/
Beautiful hand painted poster for official Toronto International Film Festival selection “We Gotta Get Out of This Place” produced by cARTel board member / jury member / all around great person Brian Udovich.
The film screens at TIFF Sept 7th, 8th, and 15th. Schedule/more info can be found here.
: EL AY SEEN: THE HAPPY SUMMER PROJECT BY cARTel
Well, the wonderful humans at cARTel have done it again. The community of artists has created a traveling show unlike anything we’ve seen before. Last weekend we had the pleasure of attending the most recent cARTel production, The Happy Summer Project. Actors, rappers, poets and…
What a lovely review! Thanks guys!
When worlds collide! No Budget Film Fest collaborator Hello Giggles posts this delightful video from the always-supportive-of-cARTel-and-we -adore-her, Renee Smith. Give it a watch, like, reblog, or all three!
Last chance to show mom you love her! Check out NCIS:LA star @reneefelicesmith ‘s “Yo, Mommy” featured on funnyordie.com http://FunnyOrDie.com/m/80li
The Economics of Music Festivals: Who's Getting Rich, Who's Going Broke?
By Chris Parker It’s as though the sad, lamentable death of recorded music was accompanied by a kick-ass wake….
Super interesting read from LA Weekly on the economics of music festivals. Give it a read!
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A sneak peek at what’s in store for us when Todd Berger directs our May installment of Sound/Stage!
No Budget Film Festival panelists The Vacationeers star in It’s a Disaster, currently on VOD and coming to theaters April 12th. Here, director Todd Berger cuts together the film’s Red Band trailer. And their Pink, Black and Brown Band trailers, which are totally obviously real things. Enjoy!
It’s A Disaster premieres it’s red band trailer! And pink, black and brown brand trailers. Who knew those were a thing?