San Diego Comic-con is upon us! The Stunt People will be exhibiting this year at booth #5419, located on the back wall of the convention at the end of aisle 2000. We’ll have the Indican version of Contour for sale as well as Undercut, Immortal, shirts, bracelets, and posters. And autographs!
We hope to see you there! Below is a small map so you can find us.
This (June 9th) was the last day Shawn and Manny would be around *sniff*. Ed took the guys out to San Fran Chinatown and Lombard while I enjoyed myself at work. At four they came back to my place and we blasted through our short in the back yard area for about 3 hours, exhausted ourselves in the sun, and finished. We went out to a diner and I took the guys to the airport at 5 A.M. They sent me a cut of the garage fight and it looked awesome. So if you ever get a chance to work with Lazy Brown Productions, jump at the chance. Those guys are goooood! 35mm Photographs by Ed Kahana
Today we set off to do the second day of shooting for “Those Who Go to Hell” and went out to the SF State parking garage at 4:30. We arrived, did some dialog, and started shooting the fight. Everything was going peachy until two RA’s showed up and wanted to kick us out. I flashed by student ID and told them we’d be out of there soon, and to just let us shoot the rest of the night and we wouldn’t be back. They approved, left, and we kept shooting… until they came back again, and they kicked us out for real. Now we’ll have to rely on our stealth skills to finish this thing up.
The Stunt People have been making films for 7 years. During the first year, we made a total of 35 short films, the total length being 180 minutes. If you took an old pair of swim trunks, cut them short, ran them through bleach, decked them out in rhinestones and left them in the gutter, your old shorts would still be cooler than our old shorts.
Well at least he’s inspired some people, though some have claimed that our old shorts have as well. But as dead as our oldies are, they’ve only gone to the second life, which is “The Graveyard”. You can now revisit these timeless classics *gag* at The Graveyard Section. You’ll notice some of them have ‘journal’ links, which will bring up the old shooting diary I wrote for each one. Not all the videos all up yet, but I’ll be putting a few more up every week until they’re all there and the prophecy is fulfilled and god brings upon us all a plague of sequins.