artist: Uzi Rash song: Golden Dawn album: coreless roll can-liner director: Dan Shaw 2012 Uzi Rash played their final show the other night. It was a great concert. It's weird to think that they're not going to be around anymore. I really like the music they made. I'm not sure if we're making a final video or not. Anyhoo we shot Golden Dawn this summer and it was released last month. Here's another thing...I keep seeing people around town or at different shows and I'm like how do I know this person? Then I see them smile and I realize ohhhhh they were in that video and I've seen them smile for 3 seconds like a million times.
A documentary about the great Chevron oil refinery fire of August 8th 2012. Luckily for mankind I happened to be in the area shooting exteriors for my upcoming opus Kentucky Power Struggle as the horror unfolded. When tragedy struck, I struck gold (Artistically). Enjoy.
The second prerecorded video piece for our sketch comedy show, The Unwatchables. The video is of an international fart competition for U.S. citizenship. Then some rude asshole interrupts the competition saying he's a hostage, but don't worry the fartage resumes.
The outro titles are fudged up now that it's on youtube for some reason. They should read:
1. Non-documented immigrants contribute up to 32%
2. of this nation's farts. It's time we stood behind them.
The crowd liked it, although there were some parents and prudes in attendance.
The first prerecorded video piece for our sketch comedy show The Unwatchables. This video is a clip of a sexy teen drama about half bird creatures that go to Featherton High School. It was showed to a focus group. Comedy ensued.
When I uploaded it to YouTube the titles got all mangled. They should read: "Frank Spielberg / in association with / Arby's / Proudly Presents / Byrds of a Feather"
Acclaimed new director Pizzabeard and producer Charlie McNeil gives us
an in-depth look at environmental activist Dan Shaw. He discusses the
state of environmental activism today, his herstory, American
consumerism, and his search for his mother. The most important six
minute indie doc you will see all year. Enjoy.
Herschel comes from privilege. Born in a big house on the hill. He shops at the finest stores like Zumies and Mr. Forever 21. He was raised to compete. Educated from a pup in the finest food racing academies. He eats for glory. He eats for accolades. He eats to win.
Jocko comes from the wrong side of the tracks. He never knew his papa. His childhood doctor worked out of a van in the flea market parking lot. He never took to schooling, but he was a natural at speed grubbing. He doesn't have book smarts, he has eat smarts. He eats for respect. He eats to escape the ghetto. He eats for equality. He eats for the American dream.
Two alpha male food racers throw their hats in the oniony ring and scarf for their lives. Who will claim victory? HAVE IT YOUR WAY.