The Videos

Brownie Gun
A classic mix-up.

Starring & Written by: Wes Haney, Sam Weiner
Directed & Edited by: Wes Haney
Shot by: Jared Jeffries

Jaworski Law
The biggest name in legal help.

Starring & Written by: Jon Barinholtz, Mort Burke, Wes Haney, George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton, Conner O’Malley, Mark Vannier, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske
Directed & Edited by: Aemilia Scott, Jon Barinholtz
Special Thanks: The Law Offices of Alan Barinholtz and Associates

So Many Shirts
The perfect look.

Starring: Wes Haney, Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske
Music & Written by: Andrew Peyton
Shot & Directed by: Daniel Kibblesmith

Chicago’s Clumsiest Men
Hot, clumsy, and waiting for your call.

Starring: Mort Burke, Wes Haney, George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske
Written by: Sam Weiner
Directed by: Daniel Kibblesmith
Director of Photography: Jeremy Frye
Voice: Conner O’Malley
Special Thanks: Ryan Staskel, Mike Zell, the Kibblesmith family

Memo
Mark misses an important memo.

Starring: Mark Vannier, Jon Barinholtz, Chris Witaske, Mort Burke, Andrew Peyton, Conner O’Malley, George McAuliffe
Written & Directed by: Mark Vannier
Shot & Edited by: Jared Jeffries
Special Thanks: The Law Offices of Alan Barinholtz and Associates, Tony Mendoza & Let’s Get Out of This Terrible Sandwich Shop

Car Salesman
A desperate car salesman goes in for the kill.

Starring: Jon Barinholtz, George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton, Chris Witaske
Guest Starring: Sam Elliott
Written by: Jon Barinholtz
Directed by: George McAuliffe
Shot by: Jared Jeffries
Special Thanks: 1st United Auto Sales

Caught
An early return, a shocking surprise.

Starring: Wes Haney, Chris Witaske
Written & Directed by: Sam Weiner
Shot & Edited by: Jared Jeffries

Sweet Filoncino
A short film about a sweet, sweet boy.

Starring: George McAuliffe, Wes Haney, Andrew Peyton, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske, Mark Vannier
Written by: Wes Haney, George McAuliffe, Sam Weiner
Shot, Edited & Directed by: Chad Wilson

America’s Favorite Basketball Shots
What’s your favorite shot, America?

Starring: Wes Haney, George McAuliffe, Conner O’Malley, Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske
Voice: Gregory Hollimon
Shot By: Bobby Richards
Written & Directed by: Wes Haney and Andrew Peyton

Street Bowlers
The streets lay claim to a dangerous new sport, with America’s youth in tow.

Starring: Mort Burke, Wes Haney, Conner O’Malley, Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier, Chris Witaske
Guest Starring: Vanessa Bayer, Thomas Whittington, Mark Ortiz, Adam Rubin
Directed by: Wes Haney
Shot by: Jared Jeffries
Edited by: Andrew Peyton
Special Thanks: Timber Lanes

Wisconsin Union Protests Explode (With Flavor)
Governor Scott Walker’s controversial budget attracts thousands of protesters—and a few salty supporters.

Written by: Sad On Vacation
Starring: George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske, Mark Vannier
Directed & Edited by: Daniel Kibblesmith
Shot by: Brandon Hauer
Special Thanks: The hardworking union members of Wisconsin.

Big Break part 1
George books a commercial.

Starring & Written by: George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton
Directed, Shot & Edited by: Mike Zell

Big Break part 2
George loses his mind.

Starring & Written by: George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton
Directed, Shot & Edited by: Mike Zell

Look At Me
A lighthearted conversation devolves into sad revelations.

Starring: George McAuliffe, Mark Vannier
Written by: George McAuliffe, Mark Vannier
Shot & Edited by: Jared Jeffries

Developmentally Disabled James Bond
Clips from the greatest Bond film of all time.

Starring: George McAuliffe, Sam Weiner, Wes Haney
Guest Starring: Emily Candini
Written by: Wes Haney, Conner O’Malley, Sam Weiner
Directed by: Wes Haney
Shot by: Jared Jeffries
Edited by: Jared Jeffries, Wes Haney
Special Thanks: The Annoyance Theatre, Kayce Alltop, Eyan Candini, Stephanie Candini, Mark Henderson, Tyler Wolff-Ormes

You Say Tomato I Say Tomato
A short film about former roommates and gross misunderstandings.

Starring: George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier
Guest Starring: Vanessa Bayer
Written by: George McAuliffe, Andrew Peyton
Directed & Edited by: Mike Zell

Glasses
Curiosity killed the cat.

Starring: Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske
Written by: Sam Weiner
Directed & Edited by: Daniel Kibblesmith

Doppelganger
Man Vs. Himself

Starring and Written by: Andrew Peyton
Featuring: Forest Hynes, Emily Wilson, and Michael Canale
Shot & Directed by: Mike Zell

Memo Part 2
Mark continues to take advantage of his accidental success.

Starring: Mark Vannier, Chris Witaske, Conner O’Malley
Written & Directed by: Mark Vannier
Shot & Edited by: Jared Jeffries
Special Thanks: The Law Offices of Alan Barinholtz and Associates

Memo Part 3
Mark takes a private meeting with the boss.

Starring: Mark Vannier, Jon Barinholtz
Written & Directed by: Mark Vannier
Shot & Edited by: Jared Jeffries
Special Thanks: The Law Offices of Alan Barinholtz and Associates, Tony Mendoza & Let’s Get Out of This Terrible Sandwich Shop

Love Fool
A head injury yields serious side effects.

Starring: Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier, Sam Weiner
Guest Starring: Emily Candini
Written & Directed by: Andrew Peyton
Shot & Edited by: Jared Jeffries

Friendliest Dog in Town
Man’s best friend makes some new ones.

Written by: Mark Vannier
Starring: Mark Vannier, Andrew Peyton, Conner O’Malley
Featuring: Colleen Murray
Special Thanks: Matt, Meaka, and Kyle Werner
Directed & Edited by: Jarred Jeffries

Powder vs The Fly
Two of cinema’s most terrifying monsters collide.

Written & Edited by: Mort Burke, Wes Haney
Voice: Wes Haney
Special Thanks: Wayne Boese

Powder vs. The Fly Testimonials
The public reacts to cinema’s greatest rivalry.

Starring: Wes Haney, George McAuliffe, Conner O’Malley, Andrew Peyton, Mark Vannier, Sam Weiner, Chris Witaske
Directed by: Andrew Peyton, Chris Witaske
Written & Edited by: Wes Haney, Andrew Peyton
Shot by: Aemilia Scott
Voice: Wes Haney
Special Thanks: Landmark Century Centre Cinema

5 Responses to “The Videos”

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