We are fascinated by celebrities, from the Queen to Lizzo. We love Celebs. Whether it's when they are at their height or the bottom of the barrel. The Art of Blowing is a mockumentary about a former child star trying to make a comeback. Fate brings her Felix Ziegield, a closeted filmmaker who years to break out of his shell. This 11 episode season follows Emmy tailspin after a breakup and Felix coming out after a sex scandal. The show is filled with BIPOC and LGBTQ characters as well as a Body Positive cast. The show features wonderful slapstick and powerful moments of desperation.
The Art of Blowing it has heart. Emmy Hart.
H2, KTM and Alpha owe the city mafia boss 2 million euros. They try to steal the money to pay it back but it's more difficult that they had anticipated and they bump into dangerous accountants, junkies, a fake Polish nun, low-life thieves, and psychopaths facing a pile of misunderstandings.
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Small town, small crimes, big heroes.
Block Watch is a comedic mockumentay, revolving around a neighborhood watch group; led by the town meddler, Cathy Reynolds.
The series was produced remotely during the COVID19 pandemic. Each episode is inspired by a real life post from our local Nextdoor.
**Full season w/subtitles available at outtakeproductions.com/blockwatch
A closeted high school boy handles the stress of social interactions that risk “outing” him by fantastically imagining them as a situation he’s more comfortable tackling: a classic, 2D fighting game.
José Luis (Mirna) is a cross-dresser and heads La Banda del Golden Cross, with Héctor (Luna), this a group of men who meet monthly in order to explore their feminine sides in secrecy. After an accident, in which his A-side and B-side collide, José Luis is forced to make a crucial decision.
Six years after coming out and moving to Sydney, Cameron’s (Tim Spencer) dreams of elite parties and mini-breaks with jaw-lined boyfriends have flatlined. Nevertheless, he is determined to pin down his almost-boyfriend, Jack (Rupert Raineri), and prove to his newly-out cousin, Toby (Brayden Dalmazzone), that he is an all-knowing gay guru. From how to bottom to hook-up strategy, Cameron mentors his country cousin through the urban gay experience. Toby’s naive country charm makes him an instant hit, but Cameron’s insecurities soon threaten to drive a wedge between them.
An anthology of stories remotely-directed and self-shot during the pandemic, "The Endless Sleepover" peeks into the everyday lives of artists - each episode a diorama of the quotidian - and asks, "How do artists experience parenthood?" 10 episodes feature original music by Eric Mayson and an audio-visual experience harkening family-centered retro PBS programming.
(Pilot Episode: Trace)
Four artists struggle to work and live together in an artist residency managed by a mysterious artificial intelligence system. Forbidden symbols appear in some artworks and the AI takes extreme measures to control the situation.
How T.O. Art is a docu-web series about Toronto-based artists and their art, showing the reality of being an artist in Toronto; especially with the impact of COVID-19. This relevant, community-based series comprises four, fifteen-minute episodes hosted by actress and model Naja Stanford, and is co-created by Amanda Ann-Min Wong and Taelor Lewis-Joseph.
In KUNTERGRAU coming out is part of the past, love and sex are mundane and HIV no taboo. Jan, Noah, Marcel, Leopold and Lukas manage their daily lives in the big city until a homophobic attack strikes them to the core. Suddenly all that’s left is their friendship, which is the only thing left keeping their world from falling apart entirely.
The first season of OddBowl celebrates BIPOC chefs, food entrepreneurs, and food artists… and Abē dancing the funky-odd-bowl. They toss together ingredients in organic, heartfelt ways while gathering community around their dishes and/or artwork. Their creations are a savory expression of their raíces and journeys to color the landscape in Minnesota with a taste of home.
A webseries that tells the story of Mel Béart and Liz Malmo, two actresses who meet while shooting a short film and end up taking to their real lives the romantic relationship that they portray in fiction as Scarlet and Simone.
Creative Director of the Bristle Shores Playhouse Ted Lohman hires an eclectic ensemble of non-union actors to perform pop musical sensation Mamma Mia and classic Greek drama Medea in what he hopes will be a groundbreaking summer stock season. However, when the overworked (and clearly underpaid) Technical Director finds a “Cease and Desist” order from a major musical licensing company, the dramatic band of misfits has to decide whether to pack up their character shoes and catch a bus back to their catering gigs or come together to create a little theatre magic. Will they be able to completely recreate a major pop musical in time for Opening Night or will it be a true Greek tragedy? That’s Show Business.
And this is B.S.