Fri, Sep 25 |

The Walrus & The Prairie Dog

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The Walrus & The Prairie Dog

Time & Location

Sep 25, 2020, 5:00 PM PDT

About The Event

Zoom Day 2 - September 25 ALL DAY PASS $10

Kyle Rebar is a filmmaker, musician, and performance artist originally from Scranton, PA who now lives and works in Santa Monica, CA.

Director Statement

The Walrus & The Prairie Dog was first song we ever wrote as a WISDOM (we met up for to jam shortly after I drafted Aj Lanieski & Ron Osborn to help me post flyers for a politician in town I greatly angered with one of my videos...ah, extortion) and is a snapshot of all our wonderful memories from that time. It's gone through a few different forms over the years (one involving a mega-reverse-sample e-kit / acoustic kit uberdrum kit), it's evolved with us as we've grown as performers and people—hitting it's final, mega-evolved form with Ryan Buckley's top-notch production. The video went on a similar odyssey—Ron & I did a version of this in the early days where we signed out my college's tv studio for a weekend and filmed some delightfully shoddy puppet work (some of those shots made it in to the final version—look for the cardboard city) I thought I would just re-edit that old one, but then the pandemic happened and everyone suddenly had a lot of time to kill. So, I turned my tiny apartment into a make-shift stop motion studio from March to May and spent my nights playing with gingerbread and stuffed animals (Buckley, Ron, & Aj came up with the gingerbread town activities, we're still finding ways to collaborate across the country)! Kat Heagberg kindly offered to lend a hand with the production as well. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

  • Kyle Rebar Director
  • Kyle Rebar Writer
  • Ron Osborn Writer
  • Ryan Buckley Writer
  • Aj Lanieski Writer
  • Kat Heagberg Key Cast“The Hand of Capitalism”

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Time & Location

Oct 25, 2017 at 9:00pm - 10:30pm PDT

New People, 1746 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA

About The Event

Ted Geoghegan 2017, USA, 91 mins

The War of 1812 has revived violent hostilities between the British and their erstwhile American colonial subjects. The powerful Mohawk nation of the New York region is divided as to whom they should stand by, and so they maintain a position of neutrality. They want no part in the killing – but the killing is coming to them. An impulsive attack on an American encampment has drawn the vengeful attentions of a ragged band of American military renegades, led by the vicious, racist Hezekiah Holt. Oak, Calvin, and their British lover Joshua flee into the woods so familiar to them, but the murderous musketeers on their trail will not be deterred. Not without the spilling of blood.