Here’s a tiny update on our entry to the San Diego Comic-Con Independent Film Festival: it got there. Hooray! But that’s not all; not only did it arrive in sunny San Diego, but it also apparently broke the laws of time in doing so. As you can see by the above image, our entry packet was delivered on February 1st at 11:43 am local time. It’s expected to be delivered by February 2nd. Perhaps that means on someone from the postal service got to take the package home for a day, tossing it up and down in a playful manner, before returning it to the PO box in time to be picked up.
Or perhaps not. In either case, the film festival committee got our submission before the deadline! Now the real waiting begins.
In the meantime, it was mentioned to me that displaying the creator bios necessitated by the festival might be a good idea. And who am I to stand in the way of a good idea? I’m considering pasting these to the Franks and Beans “About” page, but we’ll see. In lieu of a better introduction, here are the official Franks and Beans Comic-Con International Film Festival Creator Bios!
Jeff McClelland (writer/director/actor) once saw two alligators rip a man in half, and he’s never been the same since: what had been a promising career in tromboning quickly gave way to comic books and Internet television. Jeff currently lives in southwestern Pennsylvania where he writes the comic book Teddy and the Yeti, contributes to the New York Times best selling FUBAR series of graphic novels and creates Franks and Beans videos with his good friend Larry Franks. He also showed up in One Tree Hill a couple times. Find Jeff online at www.teddyandtheyeti.com and www.franksandbeansonline.com.
Larry Franks (producer/director/actor) threw a hot dog as part of the Dukes of Hazzard movie in 2005, thereby justifying his Master’s Degree in Multimedia Technology from California University of Pennsylvania. Now that I think about it, I suppose that it also contributed to his video editing skills and camera work on productions such as Franks and Beans. Larry lives in Brownsville, Pennsylvania, hopes to one day open a Dukes of Hazzard museum, and unrepentantly makes fun of Jeff McClelland’s hair loss. Find Larry online at www.dukescollector.com and www.franksandbeansonline.com.