As if you didn’t hate white people enough already, here’s one more reasons to keep right on hating them.
High in the Hollywood Hills a former porn star and an over- the-hill producer clash in an epic battle. This bizarre melodrama has blood, nudity and a Pilates ball.
Meet William “Pee Wee” Scheidt, a gregarious old timer who’s full of piss and vinegar in that endearing way which only certain senior citizens can effectively pull off. Scheidt is famous for being a die-hard Yankees fan and the unofficial “Mayor of Times Square.” Brooklyn-based comedian and filmmaker Jeff Seal recently followed Scheidt around for a day in Times Square to see how the mayor connects with/breaks the balls of his constituents:
In 1995, at the age of 15, I got drunk for the first time and filmed it. 18 years later, I got drunk again and then tried giving my 15 year old self some advice. This is what happened.
Inspired by “A Conversation With My 12 Year Old Self” by Jeremiah McDonald.
Here’s an easy step-by-step guide on how to hop a freight train out of New York City.
Footage taken on 11/1/12. Set to George Gershwin’s “Prelude For a Piano No. 1.”
I filmed myself every time I ate an apple for two years and edited it together in this time lapse.
A movie about me chasing a laser pointer. Like how a cat would!
Ever wonder what Internet Trolls actually look like? Here, Jeff Seal and the Photo Booth Players present a Dramatic Interpretation of the YouTube comments for “Charlie Bit My Finger.”
A Day’s Messing is a silent comedy shot on Super 8mm film in the style of Buster Keaton, George Melies and Charlie Chaplin. It follows a NYC bike messenger as he is derailed from delivering an important package by an alluring female cyclist. As he searches for her on the streets of NYC, he falls into a rabbit hole of time, space and absurdity, filled with meticulously choreographed slapstick, heartbreaking pathos and stop-motion roller skates, until serendipity surprises them both. Written, directed by and starring a clown and mime, this film re-imagines the spirit and technique of classic silent comedy, without falling prey to the cliches of contemporary silent comedy films. It’s an original and hilarious cinematic experience.
The mime that killed the meme. The final word on the “Shit Blank Says” meme.