The Devil Wears Prada meets Girls in new sitcom LABELED, now streaming on Brooklyn On Demand
The hilarious and true story of the "lucky" few with the job everyone would die for... that's slowly killing them is now streaming on Brooklyn On Demand.
Labeled is a new comedy series that follows the motley crew of employees working in the PR department at Mirello, a prestigious Italian fashion brand. While most of their time is spent catering to A-list New York society, this tight knit family of misfits finds that the image they are selling at work is far more glamorous than the bizarre realities of their own lives.
Lindsey Goodman and Brooklyn-based Jessie Katz have written and directed the new original series Labeled through their recently launched production company Piano Factory Pictures. The sitcom stems from the ladies' own experience in working together for Prada in 2007.
Watch episodes 1-3 on Brooklyn On Demand, online and on Roku.
Succeeding independently: The Art of Bklyn co-founder Anthony DeVito shares how he uses marketing techniques to grow his career as an actor, the Art of Bklyn film fest and Brooklyn On Demand
Roger Skai and Thomas Bellezza invited AoB co-founder Anthony DeVito onto Top of the Bottom Pile on BBOX radio. Their show is "a gathering of comedians focused on working together as a team among like-minded individuals to bring laughter, success, and a little fun back into the business side of comedy." As a comedian, Anthony fit right in. And as an entrepreneur he shared some valuable insights on what he's learned in his career as an actor, arts organization co-founder and long-time advertising professional.
They talked comedy, acting, the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, Brooklyn On Demand and lots more. A silly, loose conversation that has some solid business tips for people who are working and creating independently. Have a listen:
Each episode of comedy series Sad Marriage is is under a minute, so creators Amy Lynne Berger, Sharon Spell and Brandon Scott Wolf have bundled all 6 into a 4-minute-long SeasonOne-isode just for Brooklyn On Demand.
Prepare to say, "I Do" & really mean it at the time! Now that Marriage Equality has passed in the United States, we can all equally look at the disheartening moments within this union. Sad Marriage is based on real, true events inside real, sad marriages. Enjoy it while it lasts!
Marriage: it's not just a word, it's a sentence. Season 2 coming soon!
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Dena Greenbaum's Crazy Country Club doc 'Warm Beer Lousy Food' comes home to Brooklyn On Demand
When you talk about Brooklyn's legendary Crazy Country Club, the phrase "you had to be there" definitely applies. Filmmaker Dena Greenbaum's father Steven worked at the club, and her 2012 documentary is a loving tribute to the long-gone Bay Ridge icon.
Warm Beer, Lousy Food is the untold story of America's first comedy club, and its founder (and self-proclaimed nut) Lou Burdo. The film includes rare footage of the club throughout its nearly 50-year history and testimonials from the founder, staff, and patrons, breathing life back into a storied institution that, despite having been shuttered long ago, continues to live on for the many people who were forever changed by this wonderful and crazy place.
When asked how she feels about her film streaming free on the only platform for Brooklyn-centric film and media, Dena says, "If I were to answer in the tone of the club I'd say 'WHO GIVES A SH*T!' But, on a more serious note, I'm very excited Warm Beer, Lousy Food is part of Brooklyn on Demand. It's important to share the story of Brooklyn's beloved Crazy Country Club with this audience. I hope it brings laughter and good memories back to Brooklynites who attended the club, and I hope it brings the club to life for younger generations that didn't get to have the firsthand experience."
Watch Warm Beer Lousy Food for free online and on Roku.
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Spinal Tap comes to Bushwick in the award-winning feature Hunter&Game, starring Nico Tortorella and Cameron Scoggins. Watch it free on Brooklyn On Demand!
Writer/Director Kevin Alexander doesn't like the word 'mockumentary' so he prefers to call his award-winning film about an up-and-coming Brooklyn electronic music duo a 'fictional documentary.' Hunter&Game is very funny, but it's not exactly a comedy. And the performances and original songs are so strong that you'll have to remind yourself you're watching a fictional account of a fake band. It's hard to describe... but luckily it's now streaming for free on Brooklyn On Demand online and on Roku, so you can see for yourself.
Award-winning indie films Guest House, Milk & Honey and Universal Language now streaming worldwide on Brooklyn On Demand
Brooklyn On Demand, the only streaming platform exclusively dedicated to Brooklyn-centric films and media, has added more great indies to its ever-growing slate of Free and Premium Titles: Guest House, Milk & Honey and Universal Language.
Talking with actor, comedian and “that guy you know from that thing” Fred Stoller about growing up in Brooklyn and his new podcast The Mild Adventures of Fred Stoller.
Fred Stoller is a stand-up comedian and actor you’ll instantly recognize. He’s appeared on Late Night With David Letterman and The Tonight Show, and has guest starred on countless sitcoms, establishing himself as TV’s go-to nebbish: most notably as Ray’s mopey cousin Gerard on Everybody Loves Raymond, Elaine’s forgetful date on Seinfeld, and Monica’s bossy co-worker on Friends. He’s appeared in the films Dumb and Dumber, Rebound and Little Man, among others. Fred & Vinnie, the indie feature he wrote and starred in, won the Audience award at The Austin Film Festival.
AoBFF co-founder Anthony DeVito asked Fred about his Brooklyn roots, his two books and his new podcast, ‘The Mild Adventures of Fred Stoller.’