In Episode 4 of Hollywood Wasteland, agents are sent to investigate Jeff’s comic book drawing and instead of answers they get pitched Acai Blast from Chad. Meanwhile Synthia must defend Jeff from Illuminati sleeper agent Roy Jones.
Check out episode 3 of Hollywood Wasteland entitled “A Canticle for Collins”
Description: Time-traveling robot Synthia tries to convince the roommates of the gravity of her mission and Jeff’s role in saving the future. Meanwhile, rumors of A-list film star Roy Jones’ untimely death may be greatly exaggerated.
Happy to announce that Hollywood Wasteland has been nominated for Best Comedy (Serial) in the Best of Clicker 2010 awards.
We’re really excited that we’ve been able to make such a big impact with only the first two of our episodes out.
You can help us out by voting for Hollywood Wasteland at the link below. You can vote once a day for your favorite show, and no signup is required. Voting runs until January 1st.
The first installment of some helpful hints in navigating the apocalypse by Hollywood Wasteland’s own Walter.
We again took part in the 48 Hour Film Project here in LA. This year we drew the sci-fi genre. It was down to the wire, but we turned everything in with minutes to spare. There will be a screening Thursday August 26, at the Laemmle Theater in Santa Monica. You can find more information about the screening and ticket information below.
It’s been a while since I last updated, as you can see now we have a twitter feed going on that should be updated much more frequently than the main posts. I’ll try to keep these for larger announcements, but feel free to follow us on twitter as well if that is your thing. You can find our page at http://www.twitter.com/talenosfilms
We’ve kept busy these last few months since we did our 48 Hour Film Project. We finished a short about human trafficking called Broken Dolls for our friends over at Bissonica Entertainment. We also tested out the Canon 7D with a new short directed by our friend Ellwyn Kaufman.
We’re in pre-production right now for a web series called Hollywood Wasteland. A comedy about the end of the world. We’re hoping to being production early next year and get a few episodes out on the web before spring roles around. You can get more information as that develops at its official and very blank (for now) website at www.hollywoodwasteland.net