An aimless and depressed down-and-outer attempts to repair his life after learning he has a black stone growing in his heart, giving him five weeks to live.
Written and Directed by Dean Fleischer-Camp
Starring Nathan Fielder and Jenny Slate
STARRING - NATHAN FIELDER
Nathan Fielder can currently be seen as the writer, director, and star of his hit Comedy Central series “Nathan For You,” which will soon return for a fourth season.Fielder has also wrote and performed on
the series “Jon Benjamin Has a Van” and “Important Things with Demetri Martin.”
Fielder has guest starred in many shows as well, including “Drunk History,” “The Kroll Show,” “The League,” and “Children’s Hospital.”
Additionally, he has lent his voice to hit animated series including “Animals,” “The Simpsons” and “Bob’s Burgers.”
Hailing from Canada, Nathan is also well known for his online shorts and his weekly segments on the acclaimed CBC comedy series “This Hour Has 22 Minutes." For his work on "22 Minutes" Fielder received a Canadian Comedy Award, a Writer's Guild Award, and was nominated for a
In July 2014, Nathan received the “Breakout Comedy Star of the Year”
award at the 2014 Just For Laughs Comedy Awards.
contact info: Manager • Dan McManus : Dan@rise-mgmt.com
social media: Twitter • @nathanfielder
STARRING - JENNY SLATE
Jenny Slate made her feature film debut in Gillian Robespierre’s critically acclaimed OBVIOUS CHILD. Slate starred as “Donna,” a twenty-something comedienne whose unplanned pregnancy forces her to confront the realities of independent womanhood for the first time.
The film premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival and was released by A24 Films.
For her breakout performance in OBVIOUS CHILD, Slate won a Critics’Choice Award for “Best Actress in a Comedy” and was honored with a 2015 Virtuoso Award at the Santa Barbara Film Festival. She was also nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for “Best Female Lead Actor”
and a Gotham Award for “Breakthrough Actor.”
Additionally, THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, TIME, VARIETY, and W MAGAZINE acknowledged Slate as one of the year’s best performances. Slate and OBVIOUS CHILD were
recognized by the National Board of Review and various critics’ societies and film festivals including: Chicago Film Critics Association, St. Louis Film Critics Association, Phoenix Film Critics Society, Georgia Film Critics Association, Kansas City Film Critics
Circle, Women Film Critics Circle, Sundance Film Festival, Seattle International Film Festival, and Newport Beach Film Festival.
Slate will next star in the following upcoming films: GIFTED opposite Chris Evans and Octavia Spencer, JOSHY opposite Thomas Middleditch, MY BLIND BROTHER opposite Adam Scott, AARDVARK opposite Jon Hamm and Zachary Quinto, and BRAIN ON FIRE opposite Chloe Grace Moretz. She currently voices the character of “Mayor Bellwether” in Disney’s animated film ZOOTOPIA which has grossed over $600 million worldwide thus far, setting the record for the best opening for a Disney original. She will also lend her voice to THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS with Louis C.K., and LEGO BATMAN with Will Arnett.
On television, Slate has appeared in Showtime’s HOUSE OF LIES opposite Don Cheadle, Comedy Central’s KROLL SHOW opposite Nick Kroll, and NBC’s PARKS AND RECREATION opposite Amy Poehler. She also lends her voice to FOX’s BOB’S BURGERS as the voice of “Tammy.” Her other television credits include: MARRIED, BROOKLYN NINE-NINE, GIRLS, BORED TO DEATH, SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, and HELLO LADIES.
Along with Dean Fleischer-Camp, Slate is the co-creator of the internet sensation MARCEL THE SHELL short films, which Slate also voices. The first video, MARCEL THE SHELL WITH SHOES ON, has over 24 million views on YouTube and has been turned into a NEW YORK TIMES best-selling book, also written by Slate and Fleischer-Camp. They also wrote a second book titled MARCEL THE SHELL: THE MOST SURPRISED I’VE EVER BEEN.
contact info: Manager • Dave Becky : firstname.lastname@example.org
social media: Twitter • @jennyslate
DIRECTOR - DEAN FLEISCHER-CAMP
Dean Fleischer-Camp is an award winning director, editor and New York Times-bestselling children's book author. He lives in Los Angeles, with his wife and two dogs.
social: Twitter • @DFLEISCHERCAMP
PRODUCER - RIEL ROCH-DECTER
Riel Roch-Decter is a Canadian born, Los Angeles based producer and the co-founder of Memory, a boutique production company. Riel began his career as the Director of Production & Operations for the independent production company Olympus Pictures working on award winning films such as Stuart Blumberg’s Thanks for Sharing, John Cameron Mitchell’s Rabbit Hole, and Mike Mill’s Oscar winning film Beginners. In 2012 Riel produced two feature length films for Olympus; Bottled Up written & directed by Enid Zentelis starring Oscar winning actress Melissa Leo, which premiered at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, and The Wait written & directed by M Blash and starring Jena Malone and Chloë Sevigny which premiered at the 2013 SXSW Film Festival.
Riel has also produced numerous award winning short films including Night Giant written and directed by Aaron Beckum and Throat Song written and directed by Miranda de Pencier. Throat Song won the 2013 Canadian Screen Award for best live action short film, Canada’s highest film and TV honor, and was short listed (1 of 10) for a 2013 Academy Award nomination in the short film category.
Riel graduated from Montreal's Concordia University with a Major in
Economics. In addition he attended the prestigious London School of
Economics to study Management and Entrepreneurship. Riel is a 2014
Sundance Creative Producing Lab fellow.
PRODUCER- SEBASTIAN PARDO
Sebastian Pardo is a Los Angeles raised and educated independent film
producer who began his career producing for Roman Coppola’s renowned
music video and commercial production company The Directors Bureau.
From there Sebastian went on to produce PALO ALTO for first time
director Gia Coppola.
Based on the book written by James Franco, “Palo Alto: Stories”, the
film stars James Franco, Emma Roberts, and features Val Kilmer and
Chris Messina. It premiered at the 2013 Telluride Film Festival,
before playing at the 70th Venice International Film Festival as well
as Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), before being released
by Tribeca Films in the spring of 2014.
Since co-founding Memory with Riel Roch Decter at the start of 2014,
the duo have produced three short films, as well as released a feature
length documentary LIFE AFTER DEATH FROM ABOVE 1979 about the rise,
break up and reunion of Canadian dance punk band Death From Above
1979. In November the pair completed principle photography on Writer
and Director Carson Mell’s Sundance supported feature film ANOTHER
Sebastian attended University of Southern California, and graduated
from Dodge College of Media Arts at Chapman University with a BFA in
Film Production with an emphasis in directing.