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Published on Nov 30, 2012
This is an exclusive clip from "TELL YOUR FRIENDS! THE CONCERT FILM!" A New York City comedy concert film starring Reggie Watts, Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal, Christian Finnegan, Leo Allen, Rob Paravonian, and Liam McEneaney.
RELEASE DATE: DECEMBER 4th: It will be available for sale as a download through iTunes, Amazon, YouTube VOD, XBOX, Playstation, Vudu, and wherever fine films are sold.
It will also be available as a DVD/CD Soundtrack set from ASpecialThing Records, with deleted scenes, a backstage featurette, commentary, and more: astrecords.com
This is the story of indie comedy in New York City; like classic rock films 'Woodstock' and 'The Last Waltz,' it tells the story of not just a show, but a scene--a generation of comedians who honed their craft in the bars, rock clubs, and little black box theatres outside the mainstream comedy club circuit.
TELL YOUR FRIENDS! THE CONCERT FILM! 2011 SXSW Film Festival (World Premiere) 2011 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival - Montreal 2011 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival - Chicago 2011 Friars Club Comedy Film Festival 2011 San Francisco Documentary Film Festival 2011 Gold Coast international Film Festival 2011 Philadelphia International Film Festival 2011 Out of Bounds Comedy Festival (Austin) 2011 Bridgetown Comedy Festival (Portland) 2012 Gilda's LaughFest
SPECIAL SCREENING/PANELS: 2011 New York Comic-Con 2011 special NYC Premiere at the Paley Center for Media
WITH PERFORMANCES BY: Reggie Watts Kurt Braunohler & Kristen Schaal Christian Finnegan Leo Allen Rob Paravonian and Liam McEneaney
SOUNDTRACK BY: A Brief View of the Hudson
FEATURING INTERVIEWS WITH: Janeane Garofalo Jim Gaffigan Colin Quinn Marc Maron Paul F. Tompkins Eddie Brill Wyatt Cenac Hannibal Buress Kumail Nanjiani
BASED ON THE LIVE SHOW 'TELL YOUR FRIENDS!' CREATED BY Liam McEneaney
PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY: Victor Varnado EXECUTIVE-PRODUCERS: Liam McEneaney, Michael Palitz, Victor Varnado