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Roasted Chickpea, Cauliflower Salad Flatbreads with Tahini, Avocado + Fried Egg
Looks delicious but DEAR GOD THE FARTING
Here’s our new moving picture, The Mustache.
Written by my friend Scott and directed by me, with help from and starring a whole menagerie of talented motherfuckers. Hope you enjoy!
It was 40 years ago today. A little rock n’ roll musical written by out-of-work actor, Richard O’Brien, premiered at the 63-seat theatre, The Royal Court Theatre upstairs. Young actors Tim Curry, Julie Covington, Chris Malcom, Richard O’Brien, Patricia Quinn, Rayner Bourton, Nell Campbell & Paddy O’Hagan made up the original cast. 15 months later, filming began for the film version of the hit musical which would become the longest running theatrical release of all time and the greatest and most well known cult film in history.
Happy birthday, Rocky!
YES HAPPY BIRTHDAYY
Red Origins is an original animation created both Onyi and Obi Udeh (O.0 Brothers? Yes). The two started working on Red Origins as a hobby two years ago before they realized they had written a fun and exciting story that retold African Oral Folklore and introduced Juju to the world. Onyi and Obi then created Kolanut Productions, an independent production company, in order to bring their characters to life. Now with your help Kolanut Productions can bring this original series to life.
We are raising funds to pay animators, writers, and editors to put out a top quality pilot episode for Red Origins. We currently have several artist on standby waiting for us reach our financial goals. After we finish the pilot we will use our access to various networks to get Red Origins aired. If the network route isn’t to our advantage then the Red Origins team will put out a web based series. We are determined to share this story with the world at all costs (that we can afford).
This has Anansi in it. Therefore it gets backed. THAT IS HOW IT WORKS.
John: The world’s first Token White Guy
We’ve almost completed the final cut of our latest project! Here’s a screencap of one of my favorite shots! It’s the second or third major thing I’ve directed and I had a fucking blast. Watch this space…
"Billy Wilder came up to me in a little restaurant and introduced himself and said ‘Now, leesen, I got dis film here, and it’s a period piece, ‘bout a couple of museecians who vitness the St Valentine’s Day Massace,…and you’re in drag for 85 per cent of the picture. You want to do it?’
If Billy called me tomorrow with one line, I would do it because it’s the good fortune of even just knowing him. He’s one of the most stimulating things in my life. I don’t know what it would be like to spend 60 seconds with him that were dull.” Jack Lemmon