Beware; for I am fearless, and therefore powerful.
Couldn’t be more thrilled to announce our next project, coming this October!
I Ship It
After a bad break up, Zoe Smallman decides to take down her ex in a Wizard Rock Battle of the Bands, with help from her best friend Charlie.
Original Music by Brian Grider & Kirstyn Hippe
Shot by Zack Wallnau
Coming Soon to YouTube. We’ve been working really hard on this for the past few months, I can’t wait to share the finished film and hear what everyone thinks!
Color me intrigued.
If you haven’t read Jay Bushman’s alternate script for Episode 95 of “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries,” you really should check it out. It’s amazing to think how the end of the series, and the entire course of the Pemberley Digital universe, might have gone if Caroline Lee had never showed up at the Bennets’ house.
"maybe i don’t feel like sharing you right now."
Hey, so there’s a cute web series about a lesbian vampire based on a Gothic novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, if you’re into that kind of thing. (I’m into that kind of thing.)
Now we’ve got these blockbuster films about giant robots and aliens and really intense explosions and stuff…and it’s like humans are so lame, but we also have so much potential. That’s what I love about sci-fi, is that it studies humanity under really extreme circumstances.
(I love that Beatrice is analyzing Frankenstein in this scene.)
Check out Pemberley alums Julia Cho, Brendan Bradley, Ashley Clements and Daniel Vincent Gordh (among other awesome people) talking theatre on the opening night of “99 Histories” from Artists at Play.
Brendan Bradley, of “Frankenstein MD,” “Hipsterhood,” “School of Thrones” and basically-every-web-series-ever fame, performs Hamlet for the #Shakes450 project from The Digital Stage. Which, of course, he organized in his free time. Presumably when less motivated people were doing trivial stuff like sleeping.
(I kid. He’s very nice. But the dude doesn’t mess around.)
I really don’t know what “I love you” means.
I think it means “don’t leave me here alone”
I Didn’t Write This: “Dark Sonnet” by Neil Gaiman