Call Me lucky
Call Me Lucky is the inspiring, triumphant and wickedly funny portrait of one of comedy’s most enigmatic and important figures: Barry Crimmins. The beer-swilling, politically outspoken and whip-smart comic whose efforts in the 70s and 80s fostered the talents of the next generation of standup comedians. But beneath Crimmins’ gruff, hard-drinking, curmudgeonly persona lay an undercurrent of rage stemming from his long-suppressed and horrific abuse as a child – a rage that eventually found its way out of the comedy clubs and television shows and into the political arena.
Directed by Bobcat Goldthwait, Call Me Lucky bravely tells Crimmins’ incredible story of transformation from a rage-fueled funnyman into an acclaimed proponent of justice who personified the healing power of comedy.
After a decade, the beloved stage show and popular podcast on the Nerdist network, The Thrilling Adventure Hour is finally available for fans everywhere to see and enjoy on DVD! A “staged program in the style of old time radio,” which Rolling Stone has called “one of the 20 best podcasts right now,” The Thrilling Adventure Hour features actors you know and love from the worlds of TV, film, animation, comedy, and the theater. Every month the core cast—the WorkJuice Players, including comedian Paul F. Tompkins, Paget Brewster (Criminal Minds; Community), Marc Evan Jackson (Brooklyn 99; Parks and Recreation), Busy Philipps(Cougar Town; Freaks & Geeks), Joshua Malina (Scandal; The West Wing)—are joined by an eclectic selection of guest stars who play in the sci-fi, horror, superhero, and other crazy worlds invented by show creators Ben Acker & Ben Blacker.
This concert film offers the same, with guest stars including Nathan Fillion (Castle; Firefly), Clark Gregg (Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), Janet Varney (The Legend of Korra), Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang Bang), James Urbaniak (The Venture Brothers), and more! This concert film captures the electricity, humor, and warmth of the live show.
On New Year’s Eve, married couple and theatre artists Steven and Vanessa host an annual get-together at their parents’ cabin for their oldest friends, struggling actress Sadie and her new surfer/rock star boyfriend Jude, Bryce, a repressed accountant, and Jodie, a world-weary photojournalist. When Jodie and Bryce drop a relationship bombshell over dinner, they set off a chain reaction of truth-telling that promises to destroy the carefully-crafted reality of everyone present. How long is too long to wait for your dream? Can art change the world? Are we all doomed? A film about old friends and artistic passion, Auld Lang Syne is a meditation on the creative class, global warming, and the power of damn fine pie.
Each year, Bigfoot enthusiasts from around the world descend on rural Ohio for the Ohio Bigfoot Conference, a weekend devoted to the search for the elusive creature.
Director Bobcat Goldthwait, along with Alexie Gilmore and Bryce Johnson from "Willow Creek", immerse themselves in the world of the Sasquatch. Believers and skeptics alike share their views in their own words, and a controversy erupts over a well-known Bigfoot expert's presentation.
Official music video for "Kinks Shirt" from Last of the Great Pretenders by Matt Nathanson.
Directed by Bobcat Goldthwait
Written and Performed by KATE MICUCCI & TONY THAXTON
Directed by CAT SOLEN
Cinematography by TARIN ANDERSON Camera Asst: OTIS SHERMAN Sound Recording: KEVIN BELLANTE Set Assistant: JOE DOBBYN
Puppeteers: ERIK KUSKA, ADRIAN LEONARD, ALEX GRIFFIN, CHRISTINE PAPALEXIS, JONAH RAY, CHRISTINA JOHNS, DEANNA ROONEY, MAYA FERRARA, TODD COOPER, JUSTIN HERTNER, NIKKI KELLY, ROSE SHAWHAN
Directed by Charlie Fonville
Official video for "Bulletproof Picasso" starring Emily Kinney (The Walking Dead) & Reid Ewing (Modern Family).
Created for TiVo and the All Things Comedy Podcast Network
Directed by Tim Hyten
Starring Randy Liedtke and Brendan Walsh
Executive Producers -- Ben Acker & Ben Blacker
Director - Christopher Storer
Produced by Charlie Fonville & Clinton Trucks
Producer - M. Elizabeth Hughes
Music by Andy Paley, Eban Schletter
Directed by Charlie Fonville
Director of Photography: David Lassiter
Food Stylist: Morgan Simons
Special Appearance by Danielle Keene
Live at Largo at The Coronet April 26, 2014 "Sound? Check!"
The show is interrupted by an (apparently) much-needed sound check.
Emmet Fessenger Dufresne: Matt Gourley
Vance Tesla: Jeremy Carter
Flummoxed Waiter: Mark McConville
Chef David Childs: Paul F. Tompkins
Directed by: Charlie Fonville
Director of Photography: Matt Garrett
Shunt McGuppin: Jeremy Carter
Engineer Vern: Mark McConville
Dane Mansfeild, Producer to the Stars: Paul F. Tompkins
Taffy Peppers and his faithful sidekick, Pennygum, give you the performance of a lifetime at a just-short-of-sold-out-crowd at the Velveteen Lounge just located off-off-off-off-off the main strip in Vegas. With Thomas Middleditch as Taffy Peppers, Alex Burke as Pennygum, and directed by Charlie Fonville.
Starring Tony Thaxton, Jonah Ray and Sam Brown.
Directed by Neil Mahoney. Audio originally heard on the Feliz Navipod podcast.
Nerd: Cash Hartzell
Voiceover: JJ Surma
Produced by Clint Trucks, Charlie Fonville and Tony Thaxton.
Murder is the solution to most of life's problems. Richard Harrow is here to help.
Starring Paul F. Tompkins, Matt Gourley, Mark McConville, Jeremy Carter, and Janie Haddad.