The Losers, a short film I scored, is posted for public consumption. Check it out.
Ryan (Josh Gad) suspects that his neighbor has committed a terrible murder... so he recruits his two misfit friends Benji (Dustin Sullivan) and Sunset (Nell Mooney) to help solve the crime. Together, they are THE LOSERS. It's a comic mystery for the internet that's like Scooby Doo meets Murder She Wrote, but not animated and not with Angela Lansbury. Starring Josh Gad, Dustin Sullivan, Nell Mooney, Perry Silver, Noah Trepanier, Rafe Terrizzi, Desiree Burch, and Becky Yamamoto. Directed by Habib Azar, written by Kyle Jarrow, cinematography by Orson Pianka-Robbins, costumes by Eunice Bae, production design by Ryan Kravetz, music by Julia Meinwald, edited by Sarah Smith, sound by David Origlieri.
Sunday, February 3rd, 6pm
Cornelia Street Café, 29 Cornelia Street (ACE/BDFV to W. 4 St.)
Reservations: 212-989-9319 $10 cover with a 1 drink minimum
From the Ilulissat Ice Fjord in Greenland, to the Pine Island Ice Shelf In Antarctica, New York University's David Holland invites us along on a journey from the extreme North to the extreme South. An expert in polar environmental science, Professor Holland discusses two of his recent field trips to investigate the possibilities of future global sea level change from melting ice sheets. Rolling icebergs, hidden crevasses, unstoppable mosquitoes, plane crashes, sun burn, frost bite, and snow blindness - it's all part of the quest to understand sea level change! Julia Meinwald, a talented emerging songwriter and recent graduate of Tisch's Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Program at NYU, will showcase (with the help of some friends) her original songs of water in all its emotional states.
Featured Performers: Lori Cohan, Brianne Cobuzzi, & Naomi Lee With Lyrics by: Maggie Coleman, Dan Collins, Gordan Leary, Eric March, and Bill Nelson.