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Jun
20th
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aaronmoles:

brianwysol:

Came out of Tumblr retirement to say, this is going to be amazing!

kelsyabbott:

So my funny friend JOHN and I made a cartoon series for Smosh’s Shut Up! Cartoons . It premiers next Tuesday and today the trailer was released. This is the trailer. I hope some of you like it because all of Smosh’s angry 12 year old fans hate it and its kind of a bummer. Just kind of though.

Too fucking good. Snowjacked!

LOVE!

Apr
30th
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#Gumbel

#Gumbel

(Source: leitepreto)

Feb
29th
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MUCHOS KSTEW - a group show at the Meltdown Comics Gallery paying tribute to the actress Kristen Stewart (star of Panic Room and Zathura: A Space Adventure, among others). 
Witness a bounty of images that are sure to haunt and delight and confuse you forever, courtesy of:
Phil Noto, Natasha Allegri, Erin Pearce, Brandon Bird, Kirsten Lepore, Kali Fontecchio, Kevin Wada, Deanna Rooney, Kelsy Abbott, Abbey Aichinger, Kevin Sukho Lee, Tony Christopherson, Stephanie Max,  Joel Fox,  Kate Ward,  Sophie Kipner, J.R. Goldberg,  Kate Freund, Steve Agee, Kent Osborne, Paul Clay III, Jessica Ciocci,  Parker Jacobs, Jeffrey Max, Greg Franklin,  Julia Prescott,  Mac Whiting, Mitch Loidolt, Cat Solen, Nick Bachman, Dave Kloc, Erin McGathy, Austin Salmi, Myke Chilian, Eric Appel, Carlos Ramos, Scott Schultz, Will Kindrick, Lauren Benson, Nico Colaleo, Jeremy Sengly, Peter Atencio, Sara Pocock, Lindsay Ames, Jenny JeNoosh and Tracy Palmer
Opening party on APRIL 7th from 7-10pm, featuring Kristen Stewart-themed cocktails and other surprises.

MUCHOS KSTEW - a group show at the Meltdown Comics Gallery paying tribute to the actress Kristen Stewart (star of Panic Room and Zathura: A Space Adventure, among others). 

Witness a bounty of images that are sure to haunt and delight and confuse you forever, courtesy of:

Phil Noto, Natasha Allegri, Erin Pearce, Brandon Bird, Kirsten Lepore, Kali Fontecchio, Kevin Wada, Deanna Rooney, Kelsy Abbott, Abbey Aichinger, Kevin Sukho Lee, Tony Christopherson, Stephanie Max,  Joel Fox,  Kate Ward,  Sophie Kipner, J.R. Goldberg,  Kate Freund, Steve Agee, Kent Osborne, Paul Clay III, Jessica Ciocci,  Parker Jacobs, Jeffrey Max, Greg Franklin,  Julia Prescott,  Mac Whiting, Mitch Loidolt, Cat Solen, Nick Bachman, Dave Kloc, Erin McGathy, Austin Salmi, Myke Chilian, Eric Appel, Carlos Ramos, Scott Schultz, Will Kindrick, Lauren Benson, Nico Colaleo, Jeremy Sengly, Peter Atencio, Sara Pocock, Lindsay Ames, Jenny JeNoosh and Tracy Palmer

Opening party on APRIL 7th from 7-10pm, featuring Kristen Stewart-themed cocktails and other surprises.

(Source: juliavickerman, via lindsayames)

Jan
31st
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FLUTE SOLO!

jonahray

Please witness the patriotic glory of INTIMATE INDISCRETIONS ep 4

paulbonanno:

American History has never been so sexy.

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Ditto

jonahray:

Demorge and Kyle and a great duo.  Fans of BRONSON, check out GUMBLE!CHANNEL 101!

leitepreto:

GUMBEL #2

matt freund. kyle reiter. alma kipner. emily mills. lindsay ames. deanna rooney…. they can do some lovely things.

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Aaron this show was incredible.  You’re so easy and fun to shoot with.  Thanks for letting me be a part of SWITCHER!

aaronmoles:

Switcher - Episode 2 (720p Vimeo)

If Channel 101 is television, then I don’t want to be the Big Bang Theory, Two and a Half Men, or even The Office, of Channel 101.  I want to be the Breaking Bad, or the HBO.  That means shorter runs, ballsy creative choices (moments the audience may not enjoy), and committing to the show I want to do rather than the show the audience wants me to do.  That’s a choice I make every time out, so I have to expect things like this.  At Channel 101, the audience is God. It will strike me down if I don’t please it.

I’m happy with both episodes of Switcher and I think I made almost zero of the second episode mistakes I’ve made with past shows.  It’s consistent and I don’t always think that about everything I do.

So, what now?  This February, I will have been doing Channel 101 for 6 years.  That’s a long time to do anything.  Longer than I was in college, longer than I was in high school, and I don’t think I’m done.  You never really quit 101, you just kind of step away from it a bit until you get an itch you have to scratch and re-enter the fray.  Or you get a TV show or sell a screenplay and have bigger beasts to slay.

Last time I got canceled like this, my immediate instinct was to quickly make Ninja Cop and come right back with a show.  This time?  There’s some real, tangible things I’d like to have going on in my life. Whether I jump right back into 101 or not depends on when I get inspired to make something again, and that ain’t right now.

This week, I’m going to cut some reels for myself (editing and VFX), work more, and watch some Best Picture nominees I’ve been putting off seeing.  It’s time to be an adult for a bit.

I have a great kitchen at the new house and I want to learn how to cook, I want to finish a new spec script, I want to fix my car up, I want to date more (at all), maybe paint something, start a crazy Photoshop meme.  Do some things that I haven’t been doing.

It’s not that I can’t do any of these things while working on 101 stuff, but the focus just isn’t there when I have writing and editing deadlines looming for stuff I’m not getting paid for.

So, we’ll see what happens.  I’m around to help if you’re working on 101 stuff, I’m just taking a break for a bit.  And that break could end as early as next week, or tomorrow, if (when) something pops into my head.

Well, back to Xbox.

(via listgenerator)

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Really enjoyed this show.  I can’t believe they got cancelled on such a strong episode! 

juliavickerman:

Sex Teenagers final episode written by Kelsy Abbott. CRAP THIS IS GOOD.

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aaronmoles:

louobedlam:

Switcher, Episode 2

See those little photos? That there’s the cast of Switcher. 

See that big photo? That there’s Aaron Moles, creator/writer/director of Switcher.  

Switcher, which was canceled at Channel 101 this weekend, was clever.  Was the kind of show I wanna see more of, it’s got meat on its bones.  It’s lean, yeah, at 5 minutes it has to be, but it doesn’t go the easy route.  It’s not a parody or a silly comedy.  It’s got a delicious hook and keeps you engaged. I had talked to Aaron about it the week before filming, about what he wants from making Channel 101 shows, about where he’s aiming…I really like that guy.  His head is at a place I truly respect.  

You keep an eye on him, he’s gonna be making your favorite films soon enough. 

Lou captures magic every time he’s behind the camera.  It was a great time having him there, especially since we all got new headshots from this shoot and they look amazing.

Jan
27th
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aaronmoles:

Last minute pickup for Switcher the day it’s due and the day before it screens. (Taken with instagram)

look at dem serious acting hands!  Moles!!!!

aaronmoles:

Last minute pickup for Switcher the day it’s due and the day before it screens. (Taken with instagram)

look at dem serious acting hands!  Moles!!!!

(via channel101tumblr)

Dec
31st
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Taken with instagram

Taken with instagram