We're still working on a longer, more detailed version of the "Six Days to Air" documentary, hoping to create a full length feature which covers other Stone/Parker projects as well. Here's a clip of fun material that didn't make the Comedy Central broadcast because we had to narrow the focus down.
This awesome new book, published by Penguin this month, is an anthology of first person stories currated and illustrated by Arthur Jones (another Arthur!). It includes a fun and wholly true story by Arthur Bradford called "Alaska Death Trip" and also some gems by the likes of John Hodgman, David Rakoff, Hanna Tinti, Chuck Klosterman, Andrew Solomon, and Kristen Schaal,. Below is a video about the antholgy. Amazon page is here.
I'll be hosting this eclectic night of talent in Portland, Oregon and showing exclusive outtakes from the South Park documentary as well. The Woods is a great venue, by the way, worth the trip just to see it. Website info here.
Thursday, OCT. 2Oth
6637 Milwaukie Ave
7:00 FOOD/DRINK :: 8:00 SHOW!
$14 ONLINE/$16 @ THE DOOR!
Directed and exec. produced by Arthur Bradford for Comedy Central. An hour long version was broadcast Oct 9th and can be seen currently at various times on Comedy Central. Check your listings!. A longer, more in depth feature is in the works.
New short story titled "The Day My Neighbor Richard Was Born Again" in the current issue of Plazm. Check it out!
BackfencePDX is a storytelling event similar to The MOTH. The event was held at Portland Center Stage.
Directed and shot by Bradford, this video was commissioned by the Museum of Craft and Folk Art, San Francisco in conjunction with the exhibition "E is for Everyone: Celebrating Sister Corita" which runs February 4- June 5, 2011.
Thanks to Creative Growth Artists and Natasha Boas, curator.
Although I think this has been out for nearly a year, I just got my copy in the mail recently. Check it out! I don't even know what it means. If you live in Japan, go get it!