This past week, the homie Jeffrey Garcia released a set of clips from his debut feature film Henrietta and Her Dismal Display of Affection. In total, Jeffrey Garcia put five clips from his masterpiece up at his JeffysPlayhouseYouTube channel, all of which are wild, and all of which are worth checking out if you don’t mind your cinema spiced up with a bit of wildness and irreverence. Above is a clip featuring my good friend Steve Jones and myself as Uncle Albert and Balderdash, respectively, as we invade a house party in the only way that a Jeffrey Garcia duo can. Check it out, leave a like and a comment if you like it, share it around, and most importantly, jump over to the JeffysPlayhouse channel for more clips from Henrietta, as well as a world of other content.
It’s been a pleasure watching Rebekah Porter, a very talented visual artist in her own right, find new realms of expression in her time spent around the off-beat auteur that is Jeffrey Garcia. With Henrietta and Her Dismal Display of Affection, Garcia‘s feature-length debut film, in the can and on the way out to the masses, Porter finally showed the world one of the projects she was working on : a VHS-filmed behind the scenes documentary about the daunting task that was making a feature-length film with unknown actors and essentially zero budget. Check out the documentary for some interview footage from the many stars of the film, not to mention some candid moments between cast and crew. If you dig it, leave a like and a comment, and be sure to share it around for everyone to enjoy!
After dropping short films for over a decade (if memory serves correctly), the homie Jeffrey Garcia decided to take the plunge and step his game up. This personal upgrade resulted in his feature-length debut, the wonderfully insane Henrietta and Her Dismal Display of Affection, and for most independent creators, a resume of this nature would serve as a good stopping point, or at least a key resolution before winding the creative machine down. The complete opposite seems to be the case for Garcia, however, as he has quickly followed up Henrietta with another feature, the upcoming BUBBLEGUM. As if writing, producing, directing and editing a feature film isn’t a monumental enough task, Garcia decided to make BUBBLEGUM a production entirely shot on VHS tape, making it that much more difficult to shoot and edit. A little uphill battle has never stopped Garcia, however, so lucky for us, BUBBLEGUM appears to be right around the corner for our enjoyment! Keep your eyes opened for release information, and in the meantime, drop a like and a comment on this video and spread the insanity around.