Happy to say that you can see our latest collaboration on William McGonagall, the Worst Poet Ever, over at The Atlantic.
Been kicking this idea around for a while now and it's nice to see it getting a little circulation out there on the web. Of course, as a short, there were a whole lot of tidbits we had to leave out - such as William McGonagall's disastrous trips to London and New York, his dinner meeting with Bram Stoker (yes, the Dracula guy), and his self appointment as the "Knight of the White Elephant, Burmah."
But it's enough that it should get you going. If you want to read more about McGongall's life and work, be sure to stop by www.mcgonagall-online.org.uk and have a look!
In the wake of Nancy Reagan's funeral, Hillary Clinton issued a quote speaking about how Mrs. Reagan was an early supporter during the AIDS crisis.
This, as anyone who's seen our film When AIDS Was Funny, is exactly the opposite.
The Reagan Administration hid from the AIDS crisis as long as they could. But what's bad for Hillary is good for us.
After her quote, the interwebs caught on fire again with people passing around links to When AIDS Was Funny. So, in a way, I guess, thank you, Hillary!
In other news, our next movie goes up on Vanity Fair on Tuesday, March 15 (Beware the Ides of March!!) barring anything crazy happening in the world to pre-empt it.