Neighborhood Watchmen is a mockumentary style web-series set in an office, about a local superhero team and their quest for legitimacy.
[At the time of this writing, there’s are less than three days left to contribute to this project, which you should totally back. I’m incredibly biased insomuch that I have a respectful personal relationship with most of the cast, an overwhelming appreciation for the subject manner and universal belief of production that features the best of the Bay Area. There’s a lot more sordid, wasteful ways to spend your money. Why not contribute to a dream or three?]
“I’m like a lethargic Juggernaut, except I don’t have a crystal in my forehead! … The thing that can stop lethargic Juggernaut is a crowd.”—Josh Marcus plowing through a set @ Sports Basement/Good Times at the Grotto[Paraphrase]
Podcast: Nerdist Podcast. Episode 353. W. Kamau Bell. Hosted by Chris Hardwick. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.
Chris sits down with hilarious and intelligent W. Kamau Bell to talk about his show Totally Biased, the difference in his comedy between his stand up and show, and taking his two year old daughter to his stand up shows!
Podcast: The JV Club w/ Janet Varney (SF00s). Episode 60. Live at Bridgetown Comedy Festival with Natasha Leggero and Karen Kilgariff (Petaluma). Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Website: Here.
Janet is joined by returning guest Natasha Leggero and first-time JV “Club Foot” Karen Kilgariff in this live recording from Portland’s terrifically fun Bridgetown Comedy Festival. Music! Hats! Eggs!
Courting Bridgetown: Podcast: Lady to Lady Episode 25. “Live in Portland” featuring Emily Heller. Hosted by Barbara Gray, Brandie Posey and Tess Barker. Download Link: Here. iTunes: Here. Official Link: Here.
Emily Heller (@MrEmilyHeller) joins the ladies live in Portland during the Bridgetown Comedy Festival at Kenilworth Coffee. Produced by David Janove and Sean Green with The Cupcake Girls, theme song by Zach Ames.
Episode 28: “HIGHER” FNFS LIVE with Ivan Hernandez, George Chen, and Sean Keane
Professors Dave Child and Julia Prescott spent 4/20 up in San Francisco at Lost Weekend Video to talk about films that relate to the theme: “HIGHER.” Dave and Julia discussed the Monkees’ “HEAD” and The Red Elvis’s “Six-String Samurai” and their guests each brought something different to the table. Ivan Hernandez (of the podcast: BOARS, GORE, and SWORDS) made us experience “Altered States” while George Chen (The Cynic Cave) descended “Jacob’s Ladder” and Sean Keane (The Business) finished it off with “TipToes.” Let us take you higher, its Friday Night Film School! LIVE!