We were asked to produce film bumpers for SXSW this year. We’ll post them online later but if you’re at the festival, keep an eye out for them!
Lark the Beard is a finalist in the NYTV 2012 Comedy Central competition with Kleptos! Thanks to everyone who helped make this project possible!
It’s about damn time! Almost a year after he exploded on the internet (http://newsfeed.time.com/2010/06/14/zach-anner-internet-celebrity-and-future-oprah) , made sweet love with John Mayer (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7mQ2UkURtMk ) and tricked Oprah into thinking he’s charming http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vDaf3fe9NT0, Zach’s travel show is finally premiering. Check it out this Monday, December 12 from 8-9pm ET/PT on the OWN network.
Zach shows us how to be a professional television in the world of television world.
This month, Zach Anner, Brad Anner, Aaron Marquis and Andrew Martina set out on an epic road trip to film their experience watching the last launch of the shuttle Endeavour. In addition to the launch, the guys saw rocket tests, fuel tanks, jug bands and tried to build their own space vehicle. Stay tuned for the feature-length documentary from Lark the Beard!
Check out the latest sketch Marshall and Chris made for RT. When the two of them go hunting together, things get…weird.
[tubepress video= goZ0xO4dsvI]
Oprah sits down eye-to-eye with Zach Anner to get an interview, but little does she know that Zach has some great questions of his own…
Check out the new short we just released, Pitch Perfect – featuring Zach, Chris, & Brad
Zach finishes his hilarious tour of Austin by checking out the annual “Keep Austin Weird” Festival. While this trilogy isn’t quite as epic as Lord of the Rings, it sure beats the new Star Wars films.
Internet sensation Zach Anner stops by for a chat with Kevin Pereira to talk about his quest to win Oprah’s Your OWN Show: Oprah’s Search for the Next TV Star contest.
The Wingmen Go To Eleven
“Despite the ubiquity of psuedo-docs, The Wingmen manages to stand out, even amongst higher-budget productions. This is not only a result of the chemistry and raw talent of the cast, but also that the production teams clearly has a deep understanding of the artform.”