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Tuesday, July 03, 2012

H Street, The Sitcom

Remember a while back when we discussed a casting call for a sitcom about H Street? Well, they've wrapped up shooting and submitted the finished product to some festivals. Hopefully we'll be able to see the full thing soon, but here's a short trailer for now. One note, it's apparently a sitcom within a sitcom, but I get the feeling that idea probably is more clear in the full length version. Read more about it here.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like it! If the stupid gigantic cock wasn't there, they could have a screening on the side of Smith Common!

Anonymous said...

Or, they could just drop a sheet over part of the mural?

4th and G said...

The set-up at the beginning made me think this was a horror movie. I kept waiting for the Blair Witch to show up. Color me confused.

Anonymous said...

NE, NW?

Anonymous said...

@anon 6:53 Nobody cares about H Street NW. LMAO.

RL said...

This looks terrible, especially if this is a trailer with the "best parts".

Anonymous said...

Video looks good, audio quality is horrible. Content quality TBD, but agree that it's not looking great if the trailer is supposed to feature the best highlights.

fatty said...

Everybody's a film critic these days.

Congrats for actually finishing a video not just watching movies, tv shows and talking about making a short someday.

Anonymous said...

@Fatty: Anon 10:07 here. I've produced live TV, a one-hour documentary, TV news, any now freelance in video production with several stations as clients.

Like I said, the video seems good, but the audio is horrible and the trailer doesn't sell it.

I'm not a "film critic," but I do know good production values ahd what I'd like to watch, and this ain't it. It may attract a local H street audience, but probably not much more in its current form.

gnarlydorkette said...

Tried to turn on the captioning but it wasn't transcribed well so it came out all weird.

#captionTHIS, guys?

Would love to watch local films.

Anonymous said...

......................Just ONE Black person??? And this is about H St, NE in Washington, DC? Just ONE Black person!!!...Wait! I get it! This sit-com is set NEXT YEAR when all the others have been completely moved out... Ohhhhhhhhh!