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.
Ivana and her not-so-bright filming crew have a goal: to shoot the series "USS Vagina: Survival Mission". Their dream seems to come true when the video platform "Flix Prime" decides to join them… or at least that's what they think.
What can go wrong when you mix an enthusiastic director, a prima donna child actor, a pyromaniac FX artist with a terrible script and cheap sets?
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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Katie is a plus size woman who loves herself despite living in our diet-obsessed culture. In five short episodes, each styled in a different film genre (because a big girl can be the leading lady in ANY type of film), Katie navigates dating, toxic friends, and public transportation to carve out a well deserved space for herself in the world.
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
Brazzy Jazzy follows Jasmina (Jazzy) who comes to New York to follow her dreams to become a successful fashion designer. However, her playboy Brazilian boyfriend decides to return to his comfortable life in Rio after only 3 weeks because the New York Winter is too cold for him. Refusing to quit on her dream, she is forced to survive with the help her family of fellow outsiders!
S03/E04 Heiko Lietz, Schwerin:
In the Eastern German city of Schwerin, Heiko Lietz, former GDR civil rights activist and co-founder of the "Neues Forum" party, remembers the peaceful demonstrations for freedom in autumn 1989, where he held important speeches. He also talks about Round Tables, still using them today for integrative social projects. He talks about experiences and special points in his life, disappointments with our actual society, but also about hope and still important wishes.
two more new Episodes for You to watch:
-E05 (Simone Solga, Leipzig) is linked here: https://youtu.be/uymbw8cRhL4
Political comedian Simone Solga shows Jörg Buschka around Leipzig, where she grew up. Both travel back to her world of theatre plays as well as to the places of the first demonstrations for freedom that started the Peaceful Revolution in 1989.
- E02 (Inka Bause, Berlin) here: https://youtu.be/oPGpuGeR4DU
Entertainer Inka Bause shows Jörg the places that marked her carreer, were important in her private life and during her student times in the heart of Berlin. She talks as well about pros and cons of being already popular in those times of a socialistic dictatorship as how the German Reunification had influenced her life and career.
the whole Seasons Synopsis:
After two pioneer digital series-seasons and a feature length film, winning DIE SERIALE critics award 2019 and being screened at RIO Web fest, Western German reporter Jörg Buschka now dicsovers Eastern German cities together with former GDR celebrities, artists and activists. Exploring their stories and places. 30 years after the German Reunification. Presented in both 5 Episodes and a feature length film.
Produced on behalf of the Bundeszentrale für politische Bildung (Federal Agency for Civic Education).
The year is 1989, and while most of the world is celebrating the triumph of the free market — 15-year-old Dunyasha McDougald is most definitely not. With the Berlin Wall about to fall and capitalism soaring, her parents, two full-fledged Pinkos, are becoming even more entrenched in their Uber-lefty beliefs.
This would all be okay with Dunyasha... if it weren’t for one thing: this dutiful daughter has just started at a new high school and a desire to fit in as well as a yearning to understand this glittering thing known as “American pop culture” is winning out. This puts Dunyasha at increasing odds with her dad, Ian, 50s, a modern-day Don Quixote with whom she’s always been close. An idealist with a capital “I,” Ian drives a rusty Lady Niva – a Russian army vehicle -- around their very conservative Toronto neighbourhood and has banned all forms of American media from the house.
So when Ian decides to throw his hat in the ring and run for election, it only serves to fuel Dunyasha’s anxiety. Will she fit in with the cool kids? Win the affections of Marc, the son of her Dad’s political rival? Or will she die of 1,000 little embarrassments instead?
Seduced by the hedonistic promise of life in the London warehouse scene, Dalia watches her dreams decay. When solace can no longer be found in the arms of strangers or the frenzied dance floors of her new flamboyant friends, she finds herself in therapy where her childhood passion re-emerges. This discovery is her lifeline, her joy for painting proves to be her gateway to freedom and self-expression. From an empty canvas, Dalia begins to unveil her true colours.
“I’ve always said and believed that food creates culture and culture creates food. Many people think that all I do is eat free food and post it for the ‘gram, but In this series I’m going to show you what I see, what I experience, and share the untold stories of the people that shape our culture through food.”
- Golnaz Yamoutpour
Emmy’s life is characterized by boredom and routine. A well-intentioned encouragement from Christin leads to an adventure, but far from what they hoped for. Instead, they move from one hair-raising situation to the next, resulting in collateral damage they wouldn't even wish their worst enemies. This ultimately puts their usually so strong friendship to the test.
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.
Fritzi wants to catch her husband's drug dealer. She needs money for a private rehab: for the in-patient detoxification of her addicted husband. The drug dealer wants to get out of drug trafficking himself. Together they hatch a plan to screw the “big boss”. For Fritzi, the most exciting 24 hours of her life begin.
I'm Grace. When I was ten my Dad died. Now whenever I get stuck i think of what he would do. It helps.
In the pilot episode of this 8-episode fantasy web series, Prince Fordwin loses both his father and his wife. He calls upon two former friendships to help; Edelle, the Lord of Bodvarr and Mirielle, a scrappy mercenary. These adversarial friends embark on a mission to save the princess from a mad sorcerer; all before war arrives at the Kingdom of Lorn.
(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.
INTERROBANG is a comedy anthology series about the intersection of love, sex, and anxiety. Each episode follows a couple after sex and answers the question: “Am I lovable even if…?”
Even if… I need a vibrator to orgasm?
Even if… my life is falling apart?
Even if… I make weird art?
Even if… it was more than just sex for me?
Even if… I fart?
Even if… I want to get married?
A collaboration between The Mermaid Lawyer™ & Legal Fox™ shares a few pop-culture pearls of wisdom w/ viewers. Discover why Disney was sued for an allegedly inappropriate scene in “The Little Mermaid” and hear about the enforceability of that fishy contract Ariel signed with Ursula. Also, learn why the hashtag #notmymermaid was floating through social media.
A mother, a daughter, an island off the east coast. Conflict of oppression and dominance. Both want to win, both will end up losing.
Alone under Covid "lockdown" in Tokyo, Yukata Cowboy sinks into depression over his girlfriend’s departure. But his friends Lotte, a comedian in London, and Maribel, a flamenco dancer in Madrid, reach out to him over the internet. They encourage him to perform comedy and to learn flamenco. Together, they celebrate their friendship and conquer the loneliness of quarantine.
When an International cosplayer and an introverted game developer connect online, they discover the challenges of a real-world relationship.
A single mum reluctantly agrees to iso-date a flirt-machine who dumped her before the world changed.
Kelsey discovers that she is not alone. There are other young people around the world with her same ability called Trippers. Led by Luisa Vesques they use their powers to kill CEO’s and boomers. Kelsey finds herself magnetically attracted to Luisa and must make a choice. Kill her father to save her own life or kill Luisa to save the lives of the corrupt leaders of our world.
What if your life was perfect - just not for you?
Sara has it all: a well-paid job, wonderful friends and a stylish apartment that she shares with her long-term girlfriend. Somehow she still feels there is something missing and not even the plans to start a family keep her mind from wandering to secret poetry writing and a not-so-secret affair.
It’s hard to hide in a small community. When she manages to wreck her whole existence in a single day, Sara feels she has to escape from the rumors and from her own failure. With a suitcase full of emotional baggage she moves to a new country, hoping that the magic of Berlin will help her figure out what she wants.
What will she do?
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.
An all-female-made series exposes real stories of women who chronicle the various experiences that reshaped their approach to passion, sexuality, and relationships - all played by one actress, based on interviews she made with women who wish to remain anonymous.
6 Episods of 5 min. Each episode comprises a different female crew.
The next thrilling chapter with ex-CIA super spy Pepper and her Boys Friday continues! Target practice with beer cans after being held hostage by a Russian mobster has Pepper and Bald Sam running for their lives after a sniper shreds memories of their CIA-past into pieces.
An unscripted documentary series following a couple who are just as punk rock and loving as the cats to whom they devote their lives.
In Switzerland, land of peace and neutrality, military service is compulsory. In SECTION, MARCHE! we will dive in the Colombier Infantry Recruit School (Switzerland), meeting a group of soldiers and their officers. An opportunity to discover how these young people, including a woman, survive order and discipline and come face to face with themselves, their limits, their fears and aspirations.
Season Three of the multi award-winning web series Shakespeare Republic turns the lens on Shakespeare's characters in lockdown. Featuring 24 actors with credits from Broadway, the West End, Shakespeare’s Globe and mainstream Film & TV, we look through a myriad of windows from Australia, Scotland, England & the USA into the current shared experience of human beings in isolation.
On his 50th birthday, a once promising comedian with a flat lined career decides to quit comedy and go back to his roots as a serious actor. In season two, Adam's struggles to remain creatively relevant while dealing with issues at home. Meanwhile, his acting coach/former lover deals with her own issues of sobriety and the relationship with her daughter.
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.
Five friends, one mystery. Sofie, Robin and Viki are pretty regular college students and roommates. Dealing with all the pretty regular college students’ problems. How to meet tough deadlines, pass exams, make some cash and if possible also have some life on the side. So it is completely inconvenient to them and their friends Lea and Harvey, when Sofie starts walking around the flat naked all of a sudden, Robin must resort to whispering and Viki? Viki is haunted by her own shadow it seems. Are they dealing with super powers or super troubles?