Imagine if you will, a glorious utopia. Mountains and rivers paint the sunset. Somewhere a bird drops the most perfect looking deuce ever. A twinkle in his eye.
Now, if this utopia were to be realized, the product would more likely than not look exactly like this: Genius Camp, the worlds first online-based sketch summit. At least we think so. We don't get invited to ALL the parties...
From June 9th- 23rd 2009, 8 internet comedy groups camped on a rooftop in Brooklyn and created 19 original new comedy sketches.
Featuring the good looks of: GOOD NEIGHBOR, HORSEHEAD BUSINESSMAN, LOOinLONDON, POYKPAC, THE FINE BROS, THOSE AREN'T MUSKETS!, SCOTT GAIRDNER, and BriTANick.
See for your self. See why critics are calling it a "most perfect deuce." Utopia is yours.
In Hollywood, you make it by doing what's known as "networking." After a lot of trial and error, we've discovered what networking is NOT: It's not yelling that you're mad as hell and you're not going to take it any more, it's not offering indiscriminate blowjobs to people in suits, and it's certainly not premeditated murder (I'm not even sure what we were thinking on that one).
So now we're trying to network the only way we know how. Namely, by pointing you in the direction of some of our favorite sketch troupes in the hopes that when they strike it big they'll let us bang their spillover babes. Here's to you, gents!Fatal Farm: These guys make our wildest dreams look like perfectly manageable post-production effects. Prepare to be amazed and awesomely bewildered by a series of epic sketch projects that function entirely within a universe of their own devising.
BriTANick: Sharp, fresh, young, and handsome as the dickens. What's not to love? Also, in case you were wondering, we think it rhymes with "Titanic." You know, that movie they clearly want to be associated with.
Scott Gairdner: One man. One mission. Some other people as well, although admittedly they get less credit. One awesome website chock full of great sketches and some hilarious side projects.
There, we're all good and networked. Do we get a movie deal now? Anyone?