We haven’t had a lot of chances to watch Louis CK work a crowd, but this seemed like a good time. Nerdwriter1 decided to illustrate the anatomy of both a Louis CK joke, and his masterful delivery. We thought it wise to watch some of his work before studying this analysis, and were delighted byContinue reading “Just 207 Words”
We believe that tears have many uses. (You can use them to lubricate a door hinge if you collect enough. And they also make a great salad dressing, if you mix them with whiskey and remorse.) We challenge you to watch this clip to the end, and if you don’t experience tears, we’ll send you an AEDContinue reading “Tears Don’t Always Hurt”
We’ve lost count of how many gems the filmmaking team Film Antics has produced in time-based film competitions They’ve brought home awards for Cinematography, Acting, and have finished as City Winner or runner up on multiple occasions. This entry brought them the prize for Best Comedy. You can see the latest 48 Hour Film ProjectContinue reading “Nothing to See Here Malcolm”
Traffic Report: Yes, folk, stay at home. At least as long as THIS GUY is on the road! We’d consider that to be good advice under any weather conditions.
We have a special place in our heart (right-hand threaded of course) for this seasonal classic. We find it somehow irresistible to share this. Maybe you could say we’re — locked in.
For some of us, the cultural tone of yoga calls out. No matter what tho’ … it’s fun to fling the lingo. We dare you not to laugh (and especially not to chortle) as you meet – Yoga Girl! The creators of this piece were featured in our pages before. If you enjoyed this, jumpContinue reading “Seriously, I Dig Your Chakra”
This film, created for the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project, reminds us that no matter how deeply seated our troubles might be, there is possibly someone who could help. Take a look at May-December, and see if you agree with us that someone with generous listening, and adept coaching can really help a personContinue reading “There’s Help for Anyone”
Time travel can be a nasty business. Especially if the Time Bros are involved. Take a look at this short film created for the 48 Hour Film Project in Milwaukee. See if you agree with the audience that this is an absoluate hoot. Get out your own foil helmets and ray guns – and enjoyContinue reading “When Are You Going to Clean Up This Mess?”
In the age of biologic weapons and super germs, there is no way to predict what will surface next. The folks at Moviefilm Cinema created this entry for the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project. In their story, we see their ideas about what the future might hold. Oh yes, and it’s all told in song. WeContinue reading “Sing Till You Drop”
We don’t always know where we’re headed, or what it is we need. This short film, submitted by veteran filmmaking team It Donned On Me for the San Francisco 48 Hour Film Project. It explores the progression of a young man from not having a clue into someone who’s confidence brings him to ask for whatContinue reading “May-December”