I directed this video featuring swing dancing in Chicago with music by local jazz favorites, Fat Babies and The Modern Sounds. This video was inspired by I Charleston the World, a website created by some Charleston enthusiasts in Montpellier, France that features a world map with links to videos of dancers doing Charleston in front of famous placesContinue reading “I Charleston Chicago”
What’s inside the box? It’s a mystery. Written by Alan Metoskie & Zach Muhn Directed by Kendall Bruns
This short film was created for Chicago’s 48 Hour Film Project 2012. It won the Audience Award for Group B. Made by Dirty Borders. Dirty Borders is Tim Weidelman, Sean Dove and Matt Relstab. Special help from Kendall Bruns and Jon Satrom Performed by Rob Nastoff, Adam Yencho and Emmi Chen.
Steve tells really great humorous anecdotes… or does he?
written by Dave Urlakis
directed by Kendall Bruns
featuring Dave Urlakis, Peter Kremidas & Wes Needham
Does your printer always seem to be low on ink? Maybe it’s because of the Printer Cartridge Fairy…
Written by and starring Dave Urlakis. Directed and edited by Kendall Bruns.
Christmas is only a week away which means I came awfully close to not getting this done in time. This cover of “Blue Christmas” features Alan Metoskie as Bald Elvis. “Blue Christmas” was written in 1948 by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson. It’s been covered 1 million times, most famously by Elvis Presley. WhenContinue reading “Blue Christmas (Ft. Bald Elvis)”
On September 21, Underneath Cincinnati held their 2011 Best of Cincinnati screening at the Kenwood Theatre and awarded Questionable Taste for “Best Ensemble Performance”. Questionable Taste takes a closer look at two nutritional entrepreneurs and their unusual approach to solving world hunger. Can the limb you eat be a tasty treat? The 5-minute short wasContinue reading “Questionable Taste Wins Best Ensemble Performance”
I’ve created two new pieces for “LOL: A Decade of Antic Art” opening Friday, June 10, 2011 at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore, MD. Curated by Sue Spaid, the show is described as “a survey of recent artworks which either riff off or intervene on the real.” I created a new video for this exhibition—LOL, a one-minute explorationContinue reading “LOL”