Today, I'm In Washington DC

Or at least my name will be, on a big screen, alongside Dan Turner's. Look At Me, the short film we birthed together in 2008, will play the Washington DC Independent Film Festival on this very day. It's being screened in a package of shorts which kicks off at 9.15pm, EST. Happily, I know we're in good company, because I've seen one of the other films, Richard Gale's The Horribly Slow Murderer With The Extremely Inefficient Weapon, which is funny as a barrel of fucks. Exciting!

If you've seen Look At Me, then you can help us by rating it on the festival site here. If you haven't seen Look At Me, you can stream it on Lord Daniel's site here. So there's really no excuse.

Still twiddling thumbs after that? Here are two other free ways to help people (okay, so one of them is still benefiting me, but altruism's overrated):

Cock & Balls, the not-safe-for-work song which I told you about a while back, has been viewed well over 7000 times in the last couple of weeks on the site Funny Or Die. If you haven't already, take a look at Richard Glover (also the star of Look At Me, fact-fans) crooning about his crown jewels. Added incentive: 50 per cent of viewers have so far voted 'Funny', while the others have voted 'Die'. So you can tip the scales! Make a difference! Influence the world by tapping on plastic keys! Incredible, isn't it? Go!

Tim Clague's neat film God Versus The Advertising Standards Authority has been grabbed by the Babelgum Festival, which is splendid. If you go here, you can watch the film, and I'll let Tim explain the rest: "In full screen mode, select the green 'Vote' button (on the top of the screen, next to the film title) to vote for my entry – or simply wait for the 'Vote Now' window to appear at the bottom of the screen. You can only vote when the video is playing in full screen and only once per day." Thanks, Tim! And thanks in advance to all who help. Jesus Christ, every man-jack of you delights me.

1 comment:

Phill Barron said...


Sadly it wouldn't allow me to give you half a star so I had to go for five instead.