Does your kid dig weirdo organism? What about weirdo organisms that team up in weirdo ways to do weirdo things? (Yeah. That’s a pretty specific niche. Just go with the first question. ) STEMTuesday interviewed us about our Odd Couples book — the book for ages 9-12 about all the strange ways organisms team […]
In Drinkstorm-proximal news, two non-Drinkstorm films we worked on received nominations from the Stormy Weather Horror Festival! Weekend GetawayBest Actor: Frederick FairbanksOutstanding Female Filmmaker: Jenn Dlugos and Andrea HenryColdBest Short/Micro ShortBest Director: Ed WrightBest Actress: Mary FerraraWinner for Best Actor: Davidson CalfeeCongrats to everyone! You can watch Cold and Weekend Getaway on Vimeo! Both films were […]
Two wins, in fact! Our short film The Hit took home Best Mid-Length short at WNY FAME! And our hilarious leading man Frederick Fairbanks took home Best Actor! WNY Fame is the last stop on the festival circuit for The Hit, so look for the film to release on the brand new Drinkstorm channel! (And subscribe, […]
Drinkstorm’s first short comedy film The Hit will be completing its over two-year film festival run at WNY F.A.M.E. in Batavia on Dec-18-20! The Hit features a festive pumpkin log, mobster scout leaders, and this spiffy holiday sweater, so it’s practically It’s a Wonderful Life. You should totally go see it.
Thank you, Shawna Shea Memorial Film Festival for the nomination! The festival is in two weeks, and we can’t wait!
Drinkstorm has two exciting events coming up. Jenn and Charlie’s play Hansel and Gretel in Buffalo will be part of the Staged Shorts this Friday and Saturday night at Springville Center of the Arts. Come for the hungry witches, stay for the Buffalo food jokes. On October 2nd, our new short film Beekeeping will screen […]
It’s going to be a busy fall for all things drinky and stormy! Our short film The Hit is playing at the Kapow Intergalactic Festival in Los Angeles at the end of September and at the 401 Film Festival in Rhode Island, which runs October 13-14. Carl is resting up for the occasion. […]
We’re excited to announce that our very first play Hansel & Gretel is being produced by Lexington Montessori School students on May 18. This play was originally produced by the Fractured Fairytales festival for Theatre@First several years ago, and we’re thrilled that the young’uns want to put it on! Here’s a video of the original […]