Tag Archives: Short film
Yes, this may be a marketing ploy from Nike. Yes, maybe it is “well-coordinated spontaneity on behalf of Nike’s marketing dept.” But, ultimately, it’s a video showing two men traveling to and from many different countries in just 10 days and having an extraordinary time. If you choose to critique this video, that’s your choice; Although, it’s also my choice to take this video as inspiration, NOT to go and buy a Nike product, but instead, to go travel and explore our planet. There is so much out there and so few of us are able to see it all, or even some for that matter. And it’s obviously filmed and edited very well, which makes it that much more amazing. Kudos to Max Joseph and Casey Neistat.
we shot this in 10 days, just the two of us.
Max, my friend in the movie, is a talented filmmaker, he edited this movie. check him out http://www.maxjoseph.com/‘
- Traveling Around the World in 10 Days Looks Like the Most Fun You Can Ever Have [Video] (gizmodo.com)
- Video: Filmmakers ‘Make It Count’ By Circling The Globe In 10 Days (gadling.com)
- Nike Free – I Would Run to You (Short Film) (thegallant.com)
- Nike, I Love You. (sweettoothrunner.com)
- See The Nike Commercial Filmed In Collinsville, IL (fox2now.com)
- Awesomesauce | ‘Heymoonshaker’ Short Film, David Crowe Dubstep Beatboxing (thinksoul25.com)
If blocked please defer to: http://vimeo.com/10883644
gaysharktank.com on the big screen:
“Gaysharktank.com — Director Guy Shalem and his huge cast clearly had a good time making this 15-minute Chatroulette parody. Just when you worry that the fun concept has overstayed its welcome, Shalem quickly wraps it up. This one should definitely be an audience-pleaser”
”A sardonic look at social networking and online matchmaking, GaySharkTank.com provides a series of very funny split-screen video speed dates. The cast members are uniformly fantastic, and the underlying message about what men want—and don’t want—is effectively, if snarkily communicated.”
“freaking hilarious short film!!”
15 minutes comedy short
In early 2010 Chatroulette.com, a website that allows people to meet other online strangers via web cam, became an internet sensation.
gaysharktank.com is a film about the first gay knock off site told through the interactions of 25 strangers looking for love, lust, and other things you might look for on a random gay video chat.
Sink your teeth into this hilarious short film by Guy Shalem (guyshalem.com) and featuring some of the funniest actors and comedians working today.
Starring: Alex Boling, Brian Gattas, Brian Huskey, Brian Palermo, Miss Coco Peru, Dan Bucatinsky, David Burtka, Drew Droege, Geoffrey Arrend, Jack Plotnick, Jai Rodriguez, Jordan Black, Michael Medico, Michael Serrato, Roberta Valderrama, Sam Pancake, Stephen Daniel Guarino, Tamara Mello, Tara Karsian, Willam Belli and many more..
* GaySharkTank in Festivals:
Outfest (Boy’s Shorts: World Premiere)
OutFilm Connecticut (Jury Award for Best Short Film)
Tampa Gay & Lesbian Film Festival (Best Short Film)
Amsterdam Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Anaheim Int’l Film Festival
Atlanta Film Festival
Boston LGBT Film Festival
Brisbane Queer Film Festival (Australia)
CineSlam Film Festival (Vermont)
DESPERADO: Phoenix Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Florida Film Festival
FRAMELINE: San Francisco LGBT Film Festival
Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
Kansas City Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Laugh Out Loud Shorts (Brooklyn, NY)
Mardi Gras Film Festival (Sydney, Australia)
Out Takes Film Festival (New Zealand)
OUTrageous: Santa Barbara LGBTQ Film Festival
QFest (Houston, TX)
REELING: Chicago Lesbian & Gay Film Festival
Sacramento Int’l Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Southwest Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (New Mexico)
St. Louis QFest
Festivals Selects: Best Gay Shorts DVD, Vol. 1
- Michael Fassbender And Antonio Banderas Promote ‘Haywire’ At The Berlin Film Festival [PHOTOS] (socialitelife.com)
- Vietnamese short films win two prizes at CIFF (lookatvietnam.com)
- http://Trost Moving Pictures.com ‘The Lamp’ Walks Away with 3 Awards at 2012 Trail Dance Film Festival, Says http://M3NewMedia.com (prweb.com)
- Coventry News: Former Coventry cinema makes comeback for film festival (coventrytelegraph.net)