Brian Hoffman, producer of the mockumentary Corked!, has a beer with Dave to discuss the ins and outs of low budget filmmaking and low budget wine drinking.
Stephen Falk is a writer and producer on “Weeds”, but he didn’t start out that way… Hang out with Stephen and Dave as they compare Audition Scars and what it’s like to suddenly work on your favorite television show.
Molls is a true pioneer, but instead of hittin’ the Oregon Trail (though with her mad computer skills she probably won the game), she was one of the first to tame the wild tubes of Internet. She’s an actress, a writer and a World Wide Web mogul.
Dave vidchats with Molly about her new web show, The Download, and her new web project with partner Zooey Deschanel, Hello Giggles. There’s also an incredible mural and quite possibly a cameo by the one and only Wagnstuff. Enjoy!
Screenwriter Kyle Killen’s Lonestar is Dave’s favorite show from last season, and his feature, The Beaver, directed by Jodie Foster and starring Mel Gibson, is in theaters now. Kyle was kind enough to vidchat with Dave in the middle of The Beaver opening day excitement to share some insider stories and tips. There are some enlightening moments in here folks, not the least of which is a shirtless James Wolk.
Dave has known Stephanie Edwards since first grade and now, almost 40 years later, he vidchats with Steph about her journey to find the perfect cocktail before her 40th birthday. Plus learn how to mix one of her new favorite drinks.
You watched part one, now sit back, relax, and revel in the heartwarming conclusion of Mark Proksch’s tale…
Mark Proksch AKA K-Strass (Yo-Yo master) takes Dave through the epic story of the greatest hoax in recent history and how it lead him to a role on NBC’s The Office.
Please enjoy part one of this two part journey.
Comedian Rob Delaney is an old friend of Dave’s and a new father. Learn why it’s important to fail miserably as they vidchat about the good old days.
Later this week: Rana Sobhany, Mark Proksch and Chaz Mason
Web video auteurs David Seger & Tom Kauffman bring some videos and a big tip. We’ll let Tom Kauffman take it from here…
“Tom here! This is the first-person bio for me and Dave Seger. These are usually written in the third-person by a third person, like an agent. You can tell because you’ll see words like “raw” and “groundbreaking.” Who needs an agent? We’ve written, directed, and produced content for NBC’s Community, Atom.com, and Channel101. Go to channel101.com to check out our latest web series, “Sex Teenagers,” a raw and groundbreaking take on the teenage genre from two raw, agentless groundbreakers. Dave and I met at Central Michigan University, and if not for a few people we’ve known longer, would be best friends. An agent would have put that first.”